CIDB

CIDB registration, Amendments and upgrades

What is CIDB

The Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) is a national body established by an Act of Parliament (Act 38 of 2000) to oversee the sustainability and growth of construction enterprises across the country.

They regulate the construction industry by facilitating the public sector procurement and serves as a framework for contractor development.

Who must register with The Register of Projects (CIDB)

Any construction that consider working with tenders. Public sector clients must register projects more than R200,000 while private sector clients and large state owned entities must register projects above R10 million

Our charge start from R500.00, to prepare the documentation and submit to CIDB office in Pretoria on your behalf.


Quick and Easy registration
CIDB Grade 1 Registration

R950.00Add to basket

Fees Payable at CIDB – R450

CodeClass of Construction Works
GBGeneral building
CECivil Engineering
EBElectrical Engineering Works – Building
EPElectrical Engineering Works – Infrastructure
MEMechanical Engineering
SBAsphalt works (supply and lay)
SCBuilding Excavations, shaft sinking, lateral earth support
SDCorrosion protection (cathodic, anodic and electrolytic)
SEDemolition and blasting
SFFire prevention and protection systems
SGGlazing, curtain walls and shop fronts
SHLandscaping, irrigation and horticulture works
SILifts, escalators and travellers (installation, commissioning and maintenance)
SJPiling and specialised foundations for building and structure
SKRoad markings and signage
SLStructural steelwork fabrication and erection
SMTimber buildings and structures
SNWaterproofing of basements, roofs and walls using specialist systems
SQWater supply and drainage for buildings (wet services, plumbing)
SQSteel security fencing or precast concrete

 

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