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SAIA WOMEN IN ARCHITECTURE FEBRUARY 2017 ISSUE

- 22 February 2017 In August 2016, the South African Institute of Architects (SAIA) launched a Women in Architecture monthly series, a platform used to profile notable women architects from the SAIA membership who are making their mark in practice and/or academia. As it is a transformation imperative, SAIA continues to endorse women architects within the profession and this month we feature Lemon Pebble Architects. It is a 100% black-owned practice, headed by Ms. Tanzeem Razak and Althea Peacock.

SAIA PRACTICE ADVISORY - 21 FEBRUARY 2017 -URGENT NOTICE OF SCAM!!!

- 21 February 2017 SAIA has been made aware of a scam tender that is doing the rounds. We have contacted Yaetsho Investments and Projects under who's name the Tenders have been solicited. The non-refundable cost of Tender Documentation is R7 510-00. The Project: DEVELOPMENT OF VAAL RIVER CITY. Project Value R11 Billion. Location of Tender Briefing: Quest Conference Estate, 191 Curie Blvd, Vanderbijlpark, 1900. Date of Briefing: Monday, 27th February 2017; 10:00am. We urge our members to refrain from making any contact with the Tender solicitors as there is already an ongoing investigation and legal action has been taken by various parties.

SAIA NEWSFLASH 8 OF 13 FEBRUARY 2017- CAPE STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT, BURSARY HAND OVER & DIGEST CELEBRATIONS

- 14 February 2017 The South African Institute of Architects (SAIA) is proud to be working with CIfA, a Region of SAIA to put together a Stakeholder Engagement with key stake-holders in the Built Environment, Board Members, Practice Committee Members and CIfA members all joining together to work towards creating a more conducive environment for architects to operate.

SAIA NEWSFLASH 5 OF 10 FEBRUARY 2017 - REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL - PRACTICE GUIDELINES REVIEW

- 10 February 2017 We would like to draw your attention to the following opportunity offered to SAIA to members particularly interested in Practice matters. The Institute would like to invite interested members to submit a proposal for the review of the current practice manual. Over the past year, the Practice Committee and the Executive of Practice and Stakeholder Engagement have gone through a process of reviewing the current manual and uploading it to an online repository, however the need to call on experienced pockets of the membership to engage with the task became clear.

SAIA NEWSFLASH 6 OF 9 FEBRUARY 2017 - YOUR INPUT INTO THIS CIDB SURVEY WOULD BE VALUED

- 09 February 2017 he South African Institute of Architects (SAIA) National Office serves on various CIDB Committees. In the interests of gaining valuable knowledge and promoting a sound working relationship, please may we ask you to fill in this short survey by 22 February 2017.
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