SMEC South Africa wins top research-based industry awards
On May 21, 2018 SMEC South Africa won three Diamond Arrow awards at the PMR.Africa Annual Awards held in Johannesburg. These were awarded based on the results of a National Survey of Consulting Engineering Firms, a peer research-based method of determining the best companies in each category.
SMEC South Africa was first overall in the following categories for companies with more than 400 employees:
- Civil Consulting Engineers
- Structural Consulting Engineers
- Combined Civil & Structural Consulting
Through its annual awards, PMR.Africa seeks to acknowledge a company’s vision, integrity, values, competence and empathy, all of which contribute to ethical and sustainable business practices. The purpose of the awards is to enhance competitiveness both locally and internationally, to create excellence, set a benchmark in industry and to acknowledge staff for their role in contributing to a winning company.
It’s fantastic to see SMEC South Africa being acknowledged by its peers.
Accepting the winning certificates on behalf of SMEC South Africa:
Left to Right: Bongani Mthombeni-Möller, Strategic Business Development Executive and Gauteng South Regional Manager; Kresen Manicum, KZN Regional Manager and Executive Board Member; and Andre van der Walt, Gauteng North Regional Manager and General Manager Energy and Resources Africa Division.
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