The end result of these discussions was the signing of an Agreement of Co-operation and the establishment of a ICE-SAICE Joint Division in 2007.
The Division is governed by a committee in terms of a set of rules agreed between the two institutions.
The name of the Division was originally agreed on as the Joint Civils Division. However during 2011, by agreement between the Councils of the ICE and SAICE, the name was changed to the ICE-SA Division .
ICE-SA Courses & Events 2023
Our guest speaker Zaid Patel, Senior Procurement Manager at the Square Kilometer Array, will be discussing the procurement processes of this project.
- Best practice discussion
- Presentation: William (Bill) Edwards from ICE (UK) how we attract new recruits to the ICE Panel of NEC adjudicators
- Panel Discussion and questions from the floor on the topic:
“Is Adjudication meeting the needs and expectations of the Industry?”
- Extract from the internationally accredited NEC4 PM training – Mile Sofijanic
- ICE-SA and support of “Enabling Better Infrastructure” – Alain Jacquet
- Discussion about creating NEC Forum to improve project delivery in South Africa – Mbali Mbuli
ICE-SA provides information to civil engineers who are interested in international trends, UK and South African practices. This information is sent out on a regular basis via email.
The functions of ICE-SA are to:
- Perform learned society activities that are of mutual interest to both ICE and SAICE with particular emphasis on matters that are of international concern.
- Perform the normal ICE country representative services.
- Arrange ICE-SAICE Presidential Visits.
- Arrange Brunel International Lectures.
- Promote and communicate ICE and SAICE publications, programmes, best practices and initiatives.
- Provide developing country inputs into ICE initiatives and projects.