Tag: ITC

26
Jun

ITC-SA to host conference at Interbuild Africa

The Institute for Timber Construction South Africa (ITC-SA), SAQA-accredited professional body for the timber construction sector in South Africa, will be hosting a conference on the 16th of August at Interbuild Africa, which is set to take place from 15 to 18 August at Expo Centre Nasrec in Johannesburg. As part of its mission to create and maintain standards in

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9
Apr

Continuing Professional Development and the ITC-SA

The Institute for Timber Construction South Africa (ITC-SA) is responsible for regulating its professionally registered membership within the different categories of registration as was approved by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). Registered persons are required by the ITC-SA’s Code of Conduct to practice strictly within their area of competence and to maintain and enhance this competence. They therefore have

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6
Apr

ITC-SA Professional Body status with SAQA renewed

The Institute for Timber Construction South Africa (ITC-SA), South Africa’s professional body for the engineered timber construction industry, is proud to announce its renewal of recognition by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) as a professional body and registration of its professional designations on the National Qualifications Framework. The renewal, in terms of Section 23 of the Policy and Criteria for

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1
Mar

SANS 10400 Part L: Roofs presented to National Department of Public Works

The Institute for Timber Construction South Africa (ITC-SA), South Africa’s professional body for the timber construction sector, recently hosted a workshop on the practical and legal aspects of SANS 10400 Part L: Roofs to over 30 delegates from the National Department of Public Works in Durban. A large percentage of buildings do not comply with SANS 10400 Part L: Roofs,

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1
Mar

ITC-SA Appointment: Western Cape Regional Representative

The Institute for Timber Construction South Africa (ITC-SA), SAQA-accredited professional body for the engineered timber construction trade, is pleased to welcome Ernest Prinsloo on board as its Western Cape Regional Representative, starting 12 March 2018. Ernest brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the role, having started his career in the carpentry trade in 1969 and being promoted to

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6
Nov

ITC-SA welcomes new KZN Regional Coordinator

The Institute for Timber Construction South Africa (ITC-SA) is delighted to announce that the position of Regional Coordinator for its KwaZulu-Natal branch has been filled. Nicky (Nundgopaul) Naidu, whose career is firmly entrenched in the construction sector, has experience in carpentry, real estate and project coordination. Having worked for the Natal Building Society as a Project Coordinator, Nicky gained experience

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30
Mar

ITC-SA Fabricator Lucky Draw winner announced

The Institute for Timber Construction South Africa (ITC-SA) initiated a Lucky Draw for all ITC-SA Fabricator Members who signed up to renew their annual membership with ITC-SA by no later than 5pm on the 31st of January 2017. We are delighted to announce that Meyer Coetzee of Early Works 183 (Pty) Ltd. has won the prize! Watch the winner’s name being

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22
Mar

Compliant timber roof truss construction essential for sound roof structure

[Johannesburg, 22 March 2017]: Poorly constructed roofs have become a real concern in residential South Africa. The Institute for Timber Construction South Africa (ITC-SA) offers insight into legislation governing this aspect of a building as well as guidelines for a correctly built, sound timber roof structure. Arguably one of the most important parts of any home construction, the roof protects

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23
Feb

Case study: Streamlining the complex residential roof

[Johannesburg, 23 February 2017]: Every so often, a complex residential roof, of average scale and with relatively small truss spans, arrives for design and estimation at a timber roof truss fabricator. While it may not necessarily be of grand scale, even relatively small yet complex projects can cause frustrations to all along the supply chain – with mounting time and

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1
Dec

Why is legal compliance regarding roof maintenance so important?

The roof is a structurally important and very costly component of a building and the average cost of a roof as a portion of the final building can easily exceed 25%. The costs associated with repair or replacement of the same roof structure will be even more than this due to the additional work required to establish structural integrity. This

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