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Welcome to our CIDB grade 8 registration services.

We are an accounting firm that assists construction companies with the registration of their CIDB grade certificates.

If, you have completed a construction contract between the values of R 30 to 90 Million within the past 5 years.

We can assist you in building and submitting, in a professional manner, the documentation required by the CIDB, for the purposes of your CIDB grade 8 registration.


We guarantee our clients complete peace of mind by only charging, once the CIDB grade 8 has been approved & registered on the CIDB’s website.

No hidden costs and all our service fees and work to be done are agreed upon before hand.

We also comply with procurement processes required by some large organisations, such as the provision of our tax clearance certificates & other relevant company documentations.

We also attend meet and greet invitations for big corporations interested in our professional services.

See below additional documents and criteria required for the CIDB Grade 8 application.


Financial statements play a critical role in the approval of your CIDB grade 8 application.

In fact, the CIDB itself dedicates a whole page about the importance of financials, which you can view by clicking here.

We will assist you in creating or assessing the financial statements just to make sure that they comply with the minimum requirements as set out by the CIDB.

This includes assessing whether the revenue as well as the net assets value as reported within the Annual Financial Statements meets the minimum requirements for the financial and works capability score for the CIDB grade 8.

Remember, once you submit a set of non compliant financial statements and a track record, it may become impossible to retract and resubmit.


  • Completed Cidb grade 2 – 9 application form – (we shall help you complete this application form in a professional manner) 
  • CK/CM Company Registration Documents – (this must specifically be the latest Memorandum Of Incorporation COR 14.3 or CK document, the cidb shall reject any other types of company registration documents such as the COR 39).
  • ID Copies – (Preferably colour photocopied ID’s, if using the smart card ID, both sides should be photocopied in colour on a one A4 page and should be certified within the past 3 months. The ID numbers as well as the face should be clearly visible. We can also help you with the latest commissioner of oaths stamp).
  • Tax Clearance Certificate Pin – (Please note that the tax clearance should not expire within at least the next 21 working days from date of submission).
  • Construction Contract – (The construction contract must have a major labour skills clause in it with the ability to allocate the monetary value to the labour component . Supply only contracts will disqualify you for the application).
  • Purchase Orders – (Purchase orders are only required in contracts, whereby the main contract is sub divided into multiple phases. Maintenance contracts also fall within this category).
  • Completion Certificate –  (The completion certificate must meet the minimum requirements).
  • Bank Statements – (Project payments received for the project must be ticked off in totality on the bank statements and matched to the project description, or the remittance advice or the project invoices plus the bank statements must be stamped. Unstamped bank statements will not even be accepted for submission by the CIDB).
  • Bill of quantities – (only required if applying for multiple CIDB classes of work).
  • Shareholder’s Certificate – (Only required for PTY companies, we can also assist with the creation of shareholder’s certificate).
  • Vat 201′s. (Please note that the VAT 201 statements are only required if the volume of your bank statements is to high and its impractical to tie the revenue back to the financial statements. If your tax accountant did not submit the correct revenue figures, please do not submit your VAT201 statements, as this would disqualify your application).