CESA - 'YOUR PARTNER IN ENABLING CONSULTING ENGINEERING EXCELLENCE'

Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) is a voluntary association of Consulting Engineering firms with a member base across the country totaling in excess of 560 companies. CESA is the custodian of the wellbeing of the industry supported by member firms who employ approximately 21 000 people. CESA members are compelled to subscribe to upholding the integrity of the industry by adhering to a professional code of ethics providing quality and cost effective professional consulting engineering services. The organisation serves as a channel for Clients to address industry concerns while at the same time providing a platform for the sharing of information with the aim of assisting in optimising the planning and delivery of infrastructure projects both in the public and private sector.

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Government Poor Procurement Performance Hinders Job Creation

Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) is appalled at Governments poor performance in relation to the non-payment of suppliers resulting in many companies in the industry going into liquidation and out of business.  Just recently Sanyati Holdings has been forced into provisional liquidation due to Government incompetence in not paying timeously. Graham Pirie, CEO states, “If Government wants to create jobs then this is very poor behaviour”.  Key priorities included in President Zuma’s New Growth Path are job creation and improved service delivery. Non-payment is having a serious impact on SA’s ability to deliver infrastructure.

Leadership Inconsistencies Hinder Infrastructure Development says CESA

Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) has reiterated the need for Government to get its house in order.  The lack of infrastructure development due to projects not being undertaken as well as tender processes taking up to 3 years to materialise is, say CESA, in large part due to the lack of leadership within the government organisations.

A Momentous Decade - Prelude to Memorable Jubilee

Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) has a proud history of being at the forefront of driving positive change in the industry. Having been founded in 1952 CESA is proud to celebrate its Diamond Jubilee in 2012 celebrating 60 years of service to the industry.....and there is much to celebrate.

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CESA Engineers Unquestionably Ethical

Consulting Engineers South Africa's (CESA) new President Naren Bhojaram, presented his presidential message and theme for the year at a function held in Johannesburg.   With a theme of ‘CESA Engineers – Unquestionably Ethical’, Bhojaram addressed the global issues impacting the industry; the state of the Consulting Sector; the Procurement Environment; and delivery models to enhance job creation with a strong emphasis on Business Integrity and the eradication of corruption. He also addressed the ‘one thing we can all do to grow our economy’.
 
Left to right:
Tafadzwa Mukwena (Chairman, CESA YPF Gauteng North Branch); Sugen Pillay (CESA Gauteng South Chairman); Andre van der Walt (CESA Gauteng North Chairman); Graham Pirie (CESA CEO); Nazir Alli ( Guest Speaker  and SANRAL CEO); Naren Bhojaram (CESA President).

Arthur Taute appointed GAMA Chairman

Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) is pleased to announce that CESA Board Member, Arthur Taute (VELA VKE) has been appointed as Chairman of the Group of Africa Member Associations (GAMA). GAMA is the African chapter of the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC).

CESA Concerned About Lack of Expenditure by Public Sector

The results of Consulting Engineers South Africa’s (CESA) bi-annual Economic and Capacity Survey for the period July to December 2011, just released, indicate that conditions in the consulting engineering industry have eased slightly with member firms being involved in design and feasibility studies. Capacity utilisation within member firms has increased from 80% in the first 6 months of last year to 90% in the period under review. All of this planning needs to be converted into actual projects and in this regard the industry is waiting in anticipation of Government’s promised (R844 billion in the next 3 years) spend on infrastructure.

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