pic of white boardAll attendees of the ASOCSA 13th BuiltEnvironment Conference 2018 will earn CPD points as approved by the ASAQS

 

The Association of South African Quantity Surveyors (ASAQS)

CPD Hours: 10 (5 CPD Hours per day x 2 days)
CPD Category: 1 (view 2019 cpd certificate)

*PLEASE NOTE THE DATE CHANGE TO 2 - 3 September*

About the Conference

The 13th Built Environment Conference will be held in Durban, South Africa from 2-3 September 2019.

The ASOCSA Built Environment conference series has become the leading built environment conference on the African continent. It is one of only two construction-related conferences in South Africa that has been fully accredited by the Department of Higher Education for subsidy.

The series continues to be endorsed by the International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction (CIB), one of the largest global built environment research organizations.

 

people at conferenceWho Should Attend

The conference provides an international forum for researchers and practitioners from developed,developing and underdeveloped nations to address fundamental problems and constraints that affect the Built Environment and a wide range of topics will be presented

 

 

Why Should You Attend

Earn CPD with SACPCMP, ECSA, SACPQSP. (We are working on architectural council for CPD validation)

Accredited construction conference approved for subsidy by the Department of Higher Education

Peer reviewed papers in line with conference theme: TECHNOLOGY, THEORY, TRUTH: CONSTRUCTING A SUSTAINABLE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

Speakers from all aspects of industry and a look at deconstructing the current built environment

R15 000 Best Paper Award (R5000 cash to Best Paper Authors AND R10 000 For a Journal Paper)

Conference Theme: TECHNOLOGY, THEORY, TRUTH: CONSTRUCTING A SUSTAINABLE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

Sub Themes

Objectives of the Conference

The 13th Built Environment Conference with a very clear infrastructure delivery and sustainability focus continues in the tradition of previous conferences in the series and provides in an ever-increasing challenging global economic environment an international forum that provides the opportunity for researchers and practitioners from developed, developing and underdeveloped nations to deliberate topical current issues that impact the Built Environment. The broad objectives of the conference remain:

The organisers aim to bring together researchers, academics, administrators and practitioners representing institutions of higher learning, government agencies, contracting organisations, consulting enterprises, financial institutions, and other construction-related organisations from all over the world.

Conference Outcomes

This conference will seek responses to questions related to current conversations and debates in construction and its future and will include papers that are based on research and address, inter alia,