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Retired independent professional civil engineer
Engineer, Specialist in Construction Procurement and construction contracts
B Eng (Civil), Stellenbosch University (1979)
B Sc (Computer Science), UNISA (2010)
National Diploma in Datametrics, UNISA (1995)
National Treasury SIPDM Certificate (2017)
Registered Professional Engineer with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA)
Associate member of the Association of Arbitrators Southern Africa (AAArbSA)
Fellow of the South African Institution of Civil Engineering (FSAICE)
Member of the Institute of IT Professionals of South Africa (MIITPSA)
39 years experience after first tertiary qualification
Chairperson (voluntary): SAICE PMCD Contractual Affairs Subcommittee (Current)
Member (voluntary): SAICE SABS Panel
Member (voluntary): CESA Supply Chain Management (SCM) Committee
Member (voluntary): CESA Quality, Risk and Sustainability (QRS) Committee
Member (voluntary): 3 SABS Technical Committees including SANS 2001 (Civil Engineering Construction), SANS 10400 (Building Regulations)
Co-author (voluntary): SAICE Guide to the GCC 2015, SAICE SGCC 2018, GCSC 2018, GCCSF 2018.
Presenter of 4 SAICE courses on SAICE suite of Contracts (GCC SUITE, GCSC 2018, SGCC 2018, iGCC 2015)
Developer of 5 in-house CPD courses for consulting engineers
Current studies: Association of Arbitrators (Southern Africa)
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