Service excellence rewarded
The South African Institute of Civil Engineering (Southern Cape) paid due recognition to the municipality's department of planning and integrated services with awards.
The institute called the upgrading of stormwater systems in, among others Kiewiet, Sinkfontein, Cupido, Bakke and Eiland streets in D'Almeida, and Elandslaagte and Magersfontein avenues in Hartenbos "the most outstanding civil engineering achievements in 2018: technical excellence".
The award also recognised the other roleplayers in these projects, namely V3 Consulting Engineers, ASP Technology, Urhwebo e-Transand, and Phambile Civils.
Another award was for the Sonskynvallei phase 2 human settlement project. In this instance, the institute commended the municipality for "the most outstanding civil engineering achievement in 2018: institutional project - project management and construction project". Also in this instance the other relevant roleplayers were recognised: Royal HaskoningDHV, Urhwebo e-Transand and Marnol Projects.
The executive mayor, Alderman Harry Levendal and the portfolio councillor for human settlements, Cliffie Bayman, hand the certificates to the acting director of planning and integrated services, Pieter Myburgh.
This black sausage dog went missing in Impala Road, Tergniet, on 22 October, and is still missing. Her name is Fibi. A reward is offered. Please call 073 586 0241 if you see Fibi.