||means Built Environment Professional. These are enterprises that conduct the following activities: Planning, design and costing of construction projects in the built environment. Also project management and design of a construction value chain including environment, energy, industrial, property, transport and infrastructure. Enterprises typically classified as BEP’s include, but are not limited to, consulting engineering practices, architects, quantity surveyors and town planners.
means enterprises that conduct construction project activities that include, civil engineering, electrical engineering, power transmission, general building and specialist construction works as per the CIBD grading tables below:
CE Construction work primarily concerned with materials such as steel, concrete, earth and rock (water,
sewerage, roads, railways, bridges, dams, cooling towers, grand stand.
EB Electrical engineering works, all electrical work forming an integral part of building including any wiring
(installations in buildings, reticulations within a plot of land (erf) or building site.
EP Electrical power generation, transmission, control and distribution equipment and system (power
generation, street and area lighting, substations and protection system).
GB Building and ancillary works other than civil engineering works, electrical engineering works, mechanical engineering works, specialist works (air-conditioning and mechanical, Boiler installation and steam distribution, central heating).
SB Asphalts or any other related business.
SC Building excavations, shaft sinking and lateral earth support.
SG Glazing, curtain walls and shop fronts.
SH Landscaping, irrigation and horticultural works.
SI Escalators, travellators and hoisting machinery.
SJ Specialized foundations for buildings and structures.
SL Structural steelwork and scaffolding.
SN The waterproofing of basements, roofs and walls using specialist systems.