A passion for building communities
Aurecon, rebranding as Zutari, is proud to celebrate the achievements of Dr. Tony Igboamalu during Youth Month, named SAPSA Young Engineering Professional of the Year for 2019/2020. Concrete Trends congratulates Dr Igboamalu, and you can more read about him in our next edition, due out next week.
Engineers should be involved in large-scale projects that significantly impact the well-being of communities. “The reason why we are engineers is that good, safe infrastructure is a priority for the livelihood and longevity of our communities.” This is the message from Dr. Tony Igboamalu, recently named Young Engineering Professional of the Year at the 2019/2020 South African Professional Services Awards (SAPSA). He is currently employed by engineering, design and advisory company Aurecon. Dr. Igboamalu’s achievements to date are also a proud testament to Youth Month 2020.
Education drives skills development
“The future of our business relies on the education and skills of tomorrow’s leaders,” comments Aurecon Africa Chief Executive Officer Gustav Rohde. “We are a firm believer in education as a driver for skills development.”
“The successful development of young professionals will provide the next generation of leaders and technical experts who embody the values, culture and behaviours of our organisation,” adds Senzekile Mdluli, B-BBEE and CSI Manager at Aurecon.
Find out more in the coming edition of Concrete Trends
In the edition of Concrete Trends, due out next week, you can read more about Dr Igbomalu, as well the rebranding of Aurecon as Zatari. Other exciting features include an in-depth interview with Grinaker LTA’s newly appointed Group MD, Bhekani Mdlalose and PPC South Africa’s Njombo Lekula. You can also find out more about who South Africa’s construction sector is faring under the lockdown parameters, and thought leadership from various stakeholders – starting with SMMEs.