A project break down is not compulsory for submission to the CIDB.
However, there are 2 instances in which it will be required by the CIDB.
It will be requested in the instance whereby a contractor has applied for more than one grade or class of works from the one and the same construction project.
It will also be needed if the details of the project break down are not clearly stated on the purchase order, construction contract or sub contract submitted.
The project breakdown can be the bill of quantities that was submitted during the tender proposal process.
It can also be the detailed invoice, scope of works or quotation that was supplied to the project employer.
The total amounts on the project break down documents must either match to the total amounts of the purchase order as well as to the amounts which were paid on the bank statement as well as the variation order, if any does exist.
If a variance exists, then your works capability could come into heavy scrutiny which might lead to a delay in the awarding of your CIDB upgrade application.
You may click here to view an example of a project breakdown PDF.
Please note, application requirements for a CIDB grade 1 do not require a project break down submission at all.
For more assistance or templates on a project break down or bill of quantities, please do not hesitate to contact us for assistance.