Steel Awards 2018

17.09.2018 /

Join us as we celebrate excellence in the use of structural steel.

Industry Mobilisation and CEO Forum Feedback Break

12.09.2018 /

The SAISC will be hosting a follow up to the Industry Mobilisation and CEO Forum Feedback / Breakfast Session. Join us and add your voice to the robust debate on how we can continue to move the industry forward.

Women of Steel

09.07.2018 /

As part of recognising and celebrating the industry’s “unsung heroes”, the Southern African Institute of Steel Construction will be hosting its ...

Industry Breakfast

09.07.2018 /

The SAISC will be hosting an industry networking breakfast on 20 July 2018 at the Woodmead JHB Country Club.

Marketing and Media Workshop Series

01.06.2018 /

The SAISC will host a range of practical, hands on workshops to equip members with the tools to market their businesses ...

Training: Structural Inspection and Maintenance Ma

22.05.2018 /

The SAISC will be hosting a “Structural Inspection and Maintenance Management for Mines and Plants” training session.This CPD accredited course is ...

Training: Design of Multi-Storey Buildings in Stee

04.05.2018 /

The SAISC will be co-hosting a “Design of multi-storey buildings in steel” course in collaboration with the University of Stellenbosh in ...

Industry Mobilisation Meeting May 2018

17.04.2018 /

The SAISC will be hosting an Industry Mobilisation Meeting to coordinate decision makers, SAISC members, and other associations in order to find actionable solutions to the current challenging industry environment. The morning will provide opportunities for CEOs to address attendees and raise what they feel are the key issues and potential solutions. Attendees will have an opportunity to weigh in on issues in a respectful and productive manner. 

SAISC Golf Day 2018

01.03.2018 /

The SAISC will be hosting it's annual Golf Day on the 8th of May 2018 at the Johannesburg Country Club in Woodmead. 

#Re_Construction Networking Event (Maboneng)

28.11.2017 /

Calling all recent graduate or final year student Engineers, Architects, and other young (literally or at heart) people with a passion for the Built Environment. Despite its many challenges, South Africa is a land of opportunity. We believe that in order to take the country forward, young professionals in the Built Environment need to connect and start having conversations about blazing a trail and shaping the future of the South Africa.