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The Association continued with its policy of          A significant mandate required during this
        utilising investment returns to bolster its           reporting period was the issue of the extension of
        membership offerings, and general feedback from       the scope of the civil engineering sectoral
        members continued to be positive with regard to       determination to the building industry. Member
        how  members’ money was being spent.                  meetings were held and a lengthy period of
                                                              consultation was undertaken for the Association
        The Association’s commitment to going green was       to put forward a submission which fundamentally
        underscored when new energy efficiency building       opposes the extension of the scope of the civil
        regulations came into force, and members and the      engineering sectoral determination to the
        industry were invited to an excellent seminar with    building industry.
        presentations by a number of experts and key
        roleplayers.                                          We thank all the employees of the Association and
                                                              the Executive Council for their dedication and
        The Excellence Awards Competition was a huge          support during the year under review.
        success and the entries were nothing short of
        breath-taking and globally competitive.               The Association achieved its milestones and core
                                                              objectives in 2011 / 12 and excelled in the
        As usual, the Association is an industry leader in    following areas:
        the health and safety arena and it is notable that
        the KZN companies scooped the majority of the
        National Safety Awards.

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