A lack of progress on National Development Plan implementation is killing off SA’s construction sector and hampering economic growth, says Master Builders’ Association North.
Ten SMMEs received their SAQA accredited NQF certificates at the announcement of the completion of the construction of a 4,5km community access road in Mzamba in the Mbizana Local Municipality.
Arbitrations and adjudications are on the rise in the construction industry as companies face headwinds in the domestic market, according to Euan Massey, director at MDA Consulting.
Murray & Roberts opts to participate in a R1.25bn 'voluntary' settlement agreement between construction companies.
The Contractor Development Programme of the Department of Transport and Public Works has provided 27 Western Cape small construction business owners with essential skills training that will help them thrive.
The Construction Industry Development Board Prompt Payment Regulations are expected to change the way the local construction industry operates.
General builder confidence declines from 46 to 44 in the first quarter of 2016, which is the result of a slowdown in building activity and increasing pressure on profitability.
The Department of Transport and Public Works Contractor Development Programme has made it possible for 15 emerging construction contractor-owners to successfully complete its 24-month Siyenyuka advanced accredited training and mentoring programme.
Fifteen owners of emerging construction businesses have successfully completed accredited training on how to run their businesses more effectively.