Structural engineers harp on professional development, induct 20 new members
To be relevant in the ever-changing world, experts in the built environment have stressed the need for structural engineers to engage in continuous professional development.
Engineers optimistic on local content executive order implementation
On the heels of the recent Executive Order by President Mohammadu Buhari, to improve local content in public procurement in science, engineering and technology...
Local content development is key to constant power supply, says Anyaeji
Speaking at the 5th Fellowship Conferment Lecture Ceremony of the NSE in Abuja themed: ‘Power Sector Reform In Nigeria-The Missing Link: Implementation Agenda,’å he said the government should not reform the power sector by importing inputs needed.
FG urged to reduce building collapse
NSE President, Otis Anyaeji gave this charge at 17th Conference and Yearly General meeting of the Awka chapter of NSE with the theme: “overcoming the challenges of housing deficit” in Awka.
Experts task government, engineers on modern infrastructure system
Face with declining infrastructural facilities, engineers have urged to embrace technology based devices in infrastructural management.The government at all levels has also been tasked to focus on building infrastructure that would address the challenge posed by inefficient transport services.
RE: Planned closure of Abuja airport
Again, on Monday, January 16, 2017, we restated our firm position on the proposed closure of the airport when the Senate of the Federal Republic invited us to appear and give expert opinion on the matter.
Engineers seek to generate power from wastes
The NSE’s President, Otis Anyaeji, said in Abuja yesterday that Africa is presently challenged by dwindling fossil fuel sources and growing concerns about climate change.
Engineers task Army on professionalism
According to him, the current NSE President, Otis Anyaeji is committed to ensuring that high standards of engineering practice in Nigeria are sustained.