Move over Masonry

"Move over Masonry"

Hennie Botes keynote speaker "Move over Masonry" at CHS 2014 Seminar


Hennie Botes CEO of moladi

Hennie Botes - CEO of moladi


Hennie Botes has been invited as keynote speaker to present the importance of Concrete's role in Human Settlements Development by the Concrete Society of Southern Africa.

There is an ongoing and urgent need to create human settlements that allow its residents to access social and economic opportunities close to where they live. Such settlements are environmentally, economically and socially sustainable. They support people’s livelihoods through diverse opportunities and also put less pressure on the environment. Developments of this nature  build communities and provide environments of learning, safety and stability   through good planning and design principles.

Concrete is making a significant contribution to the development of these settlements and this seminar provides an opportunity for all delegates   to learn from industry experts of concrete’s role in this strategic area of   the built environment.


Concrete Society of Southern Africa
Concrete Society of Southern Africa

When and Where:

3 MAR 2014 - DURBAN - Gateway Hotel
4 MAR 2014 -
PORT ELIZABETH - The Beach Hotel
5 MAR 2014 - CAPE TOWN - Garden Court Nelson Mandela Boulevard
6 MAR 2014 - JOHANNESBURG - Emperor’s Palace

Who should attend:


Engineers
Architects
Developers
Contractors
Government officials
Technologists
Academia


For more information visit - www.moladi.net and
http://www.concretesociety.co.za/conferences/chs2014


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