2015 Annual Engineering Conference: NSE Partners FG in Pursuit of National Economic Growth

By August 10, 2015Blog, News
The Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) has announced that the 2015 Engineering Conference will hold from Monday, November 16, 2015 to Friday November 20, 2015. The event, which will hold at the International Culture and Event Centre in Akure, Ondo State is themed “National Integrated Infrastructure Mater Plan (NIIMP) 2014: Strategies For Implementation”.

Following on from last year’s conference in Abuja which doubled as the World Engineering Conference on Sustainable Infrastructure (WECSI 2014), the 2015 conference, which is being held in collaboration with the National Planning Commission (NPC) aims to examine avenues through which the NIIMP can be effectively implemented so as to catalyze national growth and economic development.
Speaking about the aims of the 2015 conference, NSE Vice President and Conference Planning committee Chair, Engr. Margaret Oguntala stated,
“There is no gainsaying that the wellbeing and capacity of human capital can only be enhanced through adequate provision of social infrastructure such as health, education and conducive living environments. It is regrettable that we have already lost a chunk of investments to neighbouring countries on account of decaying infrastructure”.
NSE Vice President, Corporate Resources & Media, Engr. Mrs.    Margaret Oguntala, FNSE at the 2014 conference (1)

NSE Vice President, Corporate Resources & Media, Engr. Mrs. Margaret Oguntala, FNSE at the 2014 conference

”It is against this backdrop that this conference has been organized in partnership with the National Planning Commission to provide the government with a graphic picture of the need to step up its policies geared toward expanding our infrastructure base. Efforts towards building new roads, rehabilitation of the railways, and resuscitation and modernization of our refineries are all crucial.”
She further went on to say,“The conference planning committee has noted that the Global Infrastructure Facility of the World Bank which was launched last year was a response to infrastructure deficits in developing countries. We also note that the lack of critical infrastructure comes at economic and social costs, resulting in losses in investments and massive job cuts suffered by developing nations recently.
For the 2015 National Engineering Conference, we have carefully put together themes and sub-themes for the discourses that will exhaustively dwell on preferring strategies for implementation of the National Integrated Infrastructure Master Plan as well as other subject matters in the value chain of infrastructural development.”
NSE President, Engr. Ademola Isaac  at  NSE 2014 conference

NSE President, Engr. Ademola Isaac at NSE 2014 conference

The conference will feature keynote addresses from President/CEO, CG-LA Infrastructure Inc., USA, Norman F. Anderson and President ABUAD, Aare Afe Babalola, SAN. Also speaking at the conference will be the Executive Governor of Ondo State, Dr. Olusegun Mimiko, CON.
 Confirmed partners and sponsors for the 2015 conference include Ondo State Government, Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti (ABUAD), Flour Mills Nigeria Plc., Oando Energy, Eurobudinvest Nig. Ltd, Elizade University, Ilara-Mokin, Samsung Electronics West Africa, Kenol Nig Ltd, Danelec Limited, O. T. Otis Engineering Limited, International Brewery, Ilesa, Fumman Group, AR-AR and Partners, Ceven Industries, Auchi, Celplas Industries Nig. Ltd. and Siemens Limited.
NSE President, Engr. Ademola Isaac Olorunfemi, FNSE (R)   with the Deputy President, Engr. Otis Oliver Anyaeji, FNSE

NSE President, Engr. Ademola Isaac Olorunfemi, FNSE (R) with the Deputy President, Engr. Otis Oliver Anyaeji, FNSE

About The Annual National Engineering Conference
The National Engineering Conference and Annual General Meeting is convened annually by the Nigerian Society of Engineers. The conference addresses various issues central to the divergent fields of engineering practice in Nigeria and aims to ensure the implementation of progressive and imaginative programmes to become the avenue for the professional development of its members as well as technological development of the country.
For more information about the Nigerian Engineering Conference, click here.
About The Nigerian Society Of Engineers
The Nigerian Society of Engineers is the umbrella organisation for the Engineering profession in Nigeria. The Society looks after the professional needs of members through well-structured programmes and regular interactions among the different cadre of membership, enhancing high professional standard and ethical practices. The Organisation was founded on 16 February 1958 by a group of young Nigerian graduate engineers and students in the UK and it was inaugurated at Nigeria House in London. The NSE is registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission as a company Limited by guarantee.
To learn more about the Nigerian Society of Engineers click here.

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