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Civil engineers welcomes new industry body

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THE South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) has welcomed the establishment of the newly formed construction industry umbrella body, Construction Alliance South Africa (CASA).

SAICE CEO Vishaal Lutchman said, “We are proud to be one of the founding member organisations of CASA and look forward to playing an active role in creating a united voice in our quest to lead the post-COVID recovery of the industry as well as tackling a number of longstanding issues such as transformation of the sector, corruption and unethical business practices”.

Chaired by industry stalwart John Matthews, CASA aims to bring SAICE together with 28 other South African professional bodies and contractors within the construction industry with the shared vision of an innovative, competitive and transformed industry.

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