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Africa Day is the annual commemoration of the founding of the Organisation of African Unity on 25 May 1963 and there is no better day to talk about Africa, BIM, and the unification of information for the good of the continent.
Leading consulting engineering and infrastructure advisory firm Zutari values contrasting voices, alternative perspectives and insights into different cultures.
In collaboration with EDF Renewables, Arcus Consulting Services South Africa (Pty) Ltd and the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT), Zutari successfully relocated Verreaux Eagle nests during the Avondale Solar PV project in the Northern Cape.
Zutari renews its focus on mining, petrochemicals and manufacturing under the resources umbrella
As a pioneer of design thinking in Africa, leading consulting engineering and infrastructure advisory firm Zutari will be a key participant at the 2022 d.confestival in Cape Town from 12 to 14 October.
Zutari has appointed Webb Meko as Chief Clients Officer with effect from September 2022. Meko spent five years at Black & Veatch as Business Development Director: Africa and worked for Babcock Engineering and Eskom.
Govt’s energy action plan sends a strong message to industry and investors – It is a shared problem, so we can make it a shared solution – Janice Foster (Zutari Market Managing Director: Energy)
“The lens through which you are observed is usually more magnified than that used for males, and because of that you fear failing,” says Zutari Civil Engineer Tshegofatso Sibambato.
In celebration of International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) on 23 June, Zutari highlights the achievements of two exceptional women.
Leading consulting engineering and infrastructure advisory firm Zutari has appointed Dr Ngao Motsei and Ms Althea Discala as Non-Executive Directors with effect from 1 July 2022.
Engineering and professional services company purchases carbon offsets from renowned Gold Standard scheme.
Expert team mobilised to help repair damaged critical infrastructure.
According to new regulations for the mandatory display of Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) of buildings, it is the responsibility of building owners to publicly display an EPC at the entrance of their buildings, within two years of the regulations coming into effect. The new regulations were promulgated in the Government Gazette on 8 December 2020.
Appointment follows a productive year in which co-CEOs, Gustav Rohde and Teddy Daka, worked closely to ensure a seamless transition in leadership.
Zutari has appointed seasoned marketing and communications executive Zipporah Maubane as its new Chief Marketing and Communications Officer for Africa and the Middle East.
Zutari opts for EPS geofoam as road fill and honeycomb geocells for container yard pavement – a unique solution that proved more economically viable.
As part of Future Cities South Africa, Zutari is creating a new normal – a collaborative approach to spatial planning which builds trust and unlocks innovation. Benchmarked in Soweto, this approach has transformative potential for other township economies and marginalised settlements.
Zutari is supporting the fast-tracked roll-out of the Tshwane Automotive Special Economic Zone (TASEZ), located near the existing Ford facility in Silverton.
Zutari was awarded first place in its category in the prestigious GradStar Students’ Choice Awards 2020 – testimony that the next generation of talent is excited to join a company that cares about creating enduring impact through infrastructure.