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Engineering challenges for the next American President. And for South Africa!

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) posted a few days ago how infrastructure presents an urgent challenge for the next American President.

If infrastructure and the work of structural engineering is an issue that affects every American, there is no question that these challenges absolutely affect every South African and are critical to support a better economy, job creation, safety and our national security.

This, and more, will be the feature of our next issue of SAICE’s Civil Engineering magazine. You know that SAICE plays an important influential and opinion-forming role. Think of SAICE’s Report Cards and the “Growing Forward” initiatives. When you factor in that the magazine goes out, not only to all 15 000 SAICE members across the country, but is distributed to the Director-Generals of the National Departments of Transport, Public Works, Science and Technology, Water and Environmental Affairs, and Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs and the Chairpersons of the Portfolio Committees of the same departments, it makes good business sense for you to get your message out here, in this issue of Civil Engineering, out to these decision makers, with budget.

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