Hi Guys,I look after the survey department of a construction company that service the mining houses in South-Africa. I've worked on various mega projects around RSA and have gained a fairly good insight and understanding of the gears of civil industry. Now, to come to my point. I recently worked on 2 projects in New Zealand. I worked with a one man station and a labourer. I was requested to transfer the "survey skill" onto the individual that was working with me as a labourer. I saw this as a…See More
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"Hi Fellas, This is language bound(Afrikaans), but worth sharing - once you have placed your chainman on the spot you instruct him to "moer hom". Roughly it translates to: knock him. It's short and sweet and with 11 languages in RSA,…"
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I've been in construction and engineering surveying for almost 20 years. I love my profession. I still enjoy the chellenges of every day construction and engineering works. I'm part of the survey management team on the Gautrain Project in RSA (around ZAR28billiion).
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