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cidb Closure Dates During December 2017 and January 2018

Please note, all our offices will be closed from 22 December 2017 and will re-open on 04 January 2018. We wish all our stakeholders a happy Holiday Season and a New Year filled with peace and prosperity.


Minister Invites Public Comment the on the cidb Project Assessment Scheme - Draft Regulation

The Minister of Public Works has published draft Regulation on the cidb Project Assessment Scheme for public comment (http://www.cidb.org.za/publications/Pages/Regulations-and-Goverment-Gazette-Notices.aspx).  Interested persons are invited to submit comments on the proposed regulations to the Director- General of the Department of Public Works by 01 January 2018, by email to gugu.mgwebi@dpw.gov.za


Celebrating 10 years of the cidb Post Graduate Conference!

Come join us to celebrate our 10 year success story - the prestigious cidb post graduate conference, hosted in collaboration with SA universities.  The momentous 10 year cidb post graduate conference will be co-hosted by the Nelson Mandela University (NMU) and the Central University of Technology Free State (CUT) at the Protea Hotel  by Marriot in Port Elizabeth Marine form 25 to 27 February 2018.  Opportunities are available for post graduate students to submit abstracts and for industry to support this important platform for research discourse with sponsorships. For more information visit: http://www.cut.ac.za/cidb-postgrad-conf/#abstract


cidb Newsletter: Concrete Issue 9

Download a copy of the latest cidb Concrete newsletter and read about: How Compeitors Felt the Heat as Abu Dhabi Decided on the Most Skilful; Building a Tradition on Truly Masterful Events; Small Players Tough it Out in Rough Times; and much more.  Read here...



Red Tape in the Procurement of Public Sector Construction

Market access and government efficiency are the biggest constraints facing SMMEs, according to local and international studies. The studies highlight regulation as one of the cost drivers, and that both design of the regulations and their poor administration can impose unnecessary costs that reduce productivity.  The cidb has undertaken a study on Red Tape in the Procurement of Public Sector Construction to assess  the regulatory cost of doing business in the SA construction industry



The Construction Industry sheds Jobs Between 1st and 3rd Quarters Of 2017

Over the long term, the construction industry has contributed to employment by creating 184 000 jobs over the period 2008Q1 to 2017Q3. However, the construction industry shed 140 000 jobs between Quarter 1 and Quarter 3 of 2017. To read more click here... 




Construction Monitor - October 2017

The cidb Construction Monitor (previously called the cidb Quarterly Monitor) provides an overview of the contracting sector in South Africa. This 3rd quarter instalment of the publication places emphasis on Employment.    




General Builders and Civil Contractors Confidence Continues to Fall in Q3

According to the cidb SME Business Conditions Survey, general building confidence dropped in the third quarter. The ongoing pessimism in the sector was in line with the broad-based weakness in underlying indicators.  Read here... 




cidb Annual Report 2016/2017

The latest cidb Annual Report highlights milestones that the entity has achieved as well as challenges that it faced during the 2016/2017 financial year.  To access the Annual Report click here...




Q3 - SME Business Condition Survey, September 2017

Read about the contractor's sentiments on business conditions in the construction industry in our 3rd quarter SME Business Conditions Survey released in September 2017. The Business Conditions Survey measures business sentiment among contractors in cidb Grades 3 to 7.



Compliance Monitor - July 2017  

The 2nd quarter cidb Compliance Monitor providing indicators of the level of compliance to i-tender/ Register of Projects by public sector construction client is now available

 

 


You have the Grade.  Now Add the Advantage!

If you are a registered contractor with competencies or management systems matching up to the new cidb standards you may be in line for cidb recognition. The call to contractors in the relevant grades to apply for recognition to cidb's new Competence Standard as well as the Standard for Management Systems got off to an exciting start with three workshops for Grade 4 to 9s in Pretoria on 7 and 8 March 2017.  More workshops are scheduled to take place in other provinces, starting in Kwazulu Natal and Western Cape in March 2017. Contact 012 482 7277 for more information. 

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