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engineering success!

Effectively manage lightning risks for complex applications

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“What do airports, mines, power generation plants (including renewables) and power infrastructure, communications/data infrastructure and large industrial plants like oil & gas have in common? They are all particularly exposed and vulnerable to the effects of lightning, and the consequences can be particularly severe.” According to Engenamic, with their team’s leading specialist professional engineering expertise in the field of lightning...

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Engenamic and Wits University drive electrical energy capacity-building agenda for Africa

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“Energy, and sustainable access to energy (in particular electrical energy), is a great development enabler, enabling other infrastructure and development, industrialization, and economic growth. It also facilitates access to the evolving global “digital or knowledge-based economy”, which access will be key to future African growth and development within the evolving global economic paradigm.” Ian McKechnie, CEO of management, project and...

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Project & Engineering Support, Forensic & Remedial Services

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“Troubleshooters and fixers”! Proven expertise and support. When you need it, where you need it, how you need it! At Engenamic, our management, project, engineering and operations support, forensic and remedial service solutions leverage our team members’ project and engineering expertise and experience to support our clients’ business activities throughout the project and engineering lifecycle. An independent or...

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Structuring projects for success

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Many project problems are “self-inflicted” through inadequate project structuring and planning. This is particularly pertinent to complex projects involving infrastructure, systems and product development and implementation, where the complexity of the project and application generally require a very structured, systematic approach in order to succeed. Upfront and early (in the project life-cycle) investment in structuring, planning and...

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Addressing the electricity crisis in South Africa

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The electrical power outages and events in South Africa since January 2008 have served to vividly highlight the nature and extent of the electricity problems currently faced in South Africa. Any doubt as to the severity of the situation and the actual and potential impact on the economy and on every aspect of day-to-day activities has surely been quelled over this period. The problems that we face in the electricity industry in South Africa are...

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Partnerships and projects in Africa – forging a new project paradigm

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If the oft-touted dream of an African Renaissance is to be realized, then the many associated development opportunities that can be identified with this vision in and for Africa must be translated into realizable and achievable development activities. The implementation of projects in the developing world, including Africa,  faces many difficulties. One of the biggest obstacles to the implementation of projects in this environment, is the...

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