CIDB

How long does it take to get a CIDB certificate?

How long does it take to get registered? By law the cidb must take no more than 21 working days to process a registration application for Grades 2 to 9. This period only applies to applications that are complete and comply with all the registration requirements for the grade being …

Read More »

Construction Industry Development Board: What does CIDB grading mean?

Construction Industry Development Board. Big words, I know, but all it means Construction companies that are required to be registered to CIDB for numerous types of construction work. That is correct. So if you are an owner of a Construction Company and you are applying for tenders, you need to …

Read More »

What is CIDB? Full Details Of Construction Industry Development Board

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 …

Read More »

CIDB Documents And Application Process

A guide to compliance Always ensure that your supporting documents are not outdated or invalid. A certified copy must always have an original stamp and signature of the commissioner of oaths. To enable the cidb to process applications timeously, please ensure that your application is accompanied by all documents required …

Read More »

CIDB Contact Details For Assistance

Tel:+27 86 100 2432 or +27 12 482 7200 Fax: +27 87 238 5555 Email address E-mail:  cidb@cidb.org.za No contractor registration related documentation will be accepted via e-mail, all original documents must be submitted to your nearest Provincial Offices. Postal address:PO Box 2107, Brooklyn Square, 0075Physical address:Block N&R, SABS Campus, …

Read More »

CIDB Registration Fee And Payment Methods

How much must you pay? Applications must be accompanied by proof of payment of administration fees (for all grades) as well as annual fees (for grades 2 and higher). A contractor applying for more than one grade in Grades 2 to 9 only needs to pay the annual fees for …

Read More »

Construction Industry Development Board CIDB Grade 1 Tenders

A CIDB grade is determined by the contractor’s financial capability and your works capability. This enables the Public Sector, Private Sector and the Public in general to access a contractor’s ability to undertake a respective project. A large part of success in tendering involves a decision making process that a tenderer should have prior …

Read More »

How To Use CIDB Grading Calculator

CIDB grading calculator is used to determine your potential tender range when applying for your grading registration at the cidb How long does it take to get registered? By law the cidb must take no more than 21 working days to process a registration application for Grades 2 to 9. …

Read More »

CIDB Grade Ranges: What is a CIDB Grading?

A Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) grade is determined by the contractor’s financial capability and your works capability. This enables the Public Sector, Private Sector and the Public in general to access a contractor’s ability to undertake a respective project. Contractors may enlist the help of the cidb Grading Calculator to estimate more realistically …

Read More »

Construction Industry Development Board CIDB Registrations, Grading and Ranges

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 …

Read More »