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Getting to know the new IMESA president

Randeer Kasserchun was sworn in as the new IMESA president at the 2018 IMESA Conference in Port Elizabeth. InfrastructureNews sat down with Kasserchun to find out more about him and his future plans as president.

IMESA welcomes a new president

Last night Randeer Kasserchun was sworn in as the new president of the Institute of Municipal Engineering of Southern Africa (IMESA).  Kasserchun takes over from Gavin Clunnie who served as head of the organisation for the past two year. “It is...
Bitumen Converter Technology at SprayPave on 12 July 2017.Lynne Mackie

New technology assures bitumen quality for SA roads

Spraypave has acquired technology new to the African continent that aims to resolve the shortage of high-grade bitumen for asphalt production. SprayPave, a leading manufacturer and supplier of bitumen, modified binders and emulsions for road...

Gearing up for IMESA 2018

The 81st instalment of the IMESA Conference is drawing nearer, with time running out for discounted registration rates. The theme for the 2017 IMESA Conference is ‘Sustainable engineering: back to basics for the future’, posing the important...

IMESA Conference endorsed by SALGA

The South African Local Government Association (SALGA) is endorsing this year’s IMESA Conference – a first for the annual event. This follows on from the long-standing strategic partnership signed between SALGA and the Institute of Municipal...
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IMESA extends call for abstracts

The Institute of Municipal Engineering of Southern Africa (IMESA) has extended its deadline for abstract submissions for its 81st conference to 13 March 2017. IMESA invites all members and non-members to submit papers for consideration for...

Gavin Clunnie takes the reigns of IMESA

Gavin Clunnie was inaugurated as the new IMESA president at last night’s 80th IMESA Conference opening function. Clunnie, who will serve as the head of the organisation for two years, takes over from Duncan Daries. He moves from his position as...