CIDB Registration

What you need to know

CIDB is the Construction Industry Development Board.  All public construction tenders can only be awarded to CIDB registered contractors

Good to know

Our registration includes 1 (one) class of works - please R450 for each additional class of works you wish to add. 

Price :  R1250
How long does it take?  

Call Centre
021 595 4433

060 070 2089

Frequently Asked Questions

CSD is an acronym for Construction Industry Development Board with regulates the Construction Industry.   
Government regulations require all public construction tenders be awarded only to CIDB registered contactors. 
The CIDB registration consists of 2 criteria; your business track record, which is represented by the grade 1 to 9 and construction sector which is selected from the predetermined list of class of works. 
The class of works refers to the 20 different construction sectors ranging from civil and electrical work to general building. You can apply for as many classes as you like, but just bear in mind that each class registration costs R450. 
The grading system works on the size of the contracts that you have had in the past, your financial and works capability and your capacity to perform projects so new businesses would register as a grade 1.   Your CIDB registration grade and class means that you are only certified to carry out work in the class in which you are registered and up to the maximum value of work permissible for that grade.  You will therefore compete against contactors with the same grading which promotes fairness and transparency.  
Yes it does, it needs to be renewed every 3 years. 
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