Tomorrow's Engineers Week
Our Engineers share their stories as part of #TEWeek20 to help inspire the next generation of engineers.
Tomorrow’s Engineers Week highlights to young people that engineering is a creative, problem solving, exciting career that improves the world around us.
Braam Daniels, Process Engineer
"As an engineer I’m grateful for my dream job, a satisfying career, working with highly competent individuals and for purpose.
My current focus is on boiler NOx abatement projects. This has afforded me excellent design and commissioning experience for a key South African client.
I‘ve enjoyed several career highlights and I look forward to many more as we continue to make positive contributions to the steam generating assets of South Africa."
Cathleen Beukes, Engineer
"As an engineer I use my desire to learn, commitment, communication skills and attention to detail to make me a good engineer.
The thing about engineering that I love the most are the technical aspects of my work and being able to transform something from conceptual phase to an interconnected system."
Phumzile Shongwe, Engineer
"As an engineer I use my imagination and creativity to understand and solve problems. I apply my curiosity and drive to understand how things work, and my initiative skills to make me a good engineer.
The thing about engineering that I love the most is that I can improve systems for everyday life, sustainability and trusted to provide solutions to power the world."
Kierana Govender, Engineer
"As an engineer I use analytical thinking, communication and collaboration to make me a good engineer.
The thing about engineering that I love the most is the ability to find solutions to problems and making a difference to the world around us. We make the bigger picture brighter!"🌈☀️