GhIE DELEGATION ATTEND 3RD UNESCO AFRICAN ENGINEERING CONFERENCE IN MOMBASA
GhIE’s delegation attends the 3rd UNESCO African Engineering Conference in Mombasa, Kenya. The Theme for the conference, “Harvesting Blue Economy for Accelerated Economic Growth: The Role of the Engineer”
GhIE WINE LAUNCHES ECG WINE CHAPTER
The Ghana Institution of Engineering (GhIE) launched the “Women in Engineering (WINE) Chapter ECG” at the Electro-Volta House Auditorium on Thursday September 6, 2018
1ST GHANA TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE CONFERENCE
Senior Minister Commends Engineers For Launching The Second Ghana Infrastructure Report Card, 2018
A strong delegation of Women in Engineering attended the Inaugural African Women Engineers Summit yesterday. The pictures shows the female Engineers from ECG, Bui Power, Ghana Water, GPHA at the PrideInn Paradise Convention Centre in Mombasa pic.twitter.com/MAjr9sMUBC— Ghana Institution of Engineering (@Official_GhIE) September 18, 2018
Bui National Damsecond largest hydroelectric generating plant in the country after the Akosombo dam
Ghana national GasGhana Gas is mandated to build, own and operate infrastructure required for the gathering, processing, transporting and marketing of natural gas resources in the Country
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The Ghana Institution of Engineering was officially founded in 1968 to succeed the Ghana Group of Professional Engineers, as an autonomous professional body with no political affiliation. The Institution derives its authority from the Engineering Council Act 2011, Act 819 and the Professional Bodies Registration Decree NRCD143 of 1973. The late Ing. Dr. E. Sackey became its first President.
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