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.
The CIDB sets national standards for construction delivery and contracts by means of a Code of Conduct and by standardising construction procurement based on best practice.The CIDB has established and maintains a national Register of Contractors and a Register of Projects.
Register of Contractors
By law, all contractors tendering for work by government establishments need to be registered on the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) database. Joint ventures established on a contract specific basis do not have to register, provided that each partner of the joint venture is separately registered.
Contractors need to complete application form CRS F006: Application for Contractor Registration (257kb)For more information on registering on the CIDB contractor database contact: