To create a reliable and globally competitive construction industry in the country, CIDA (Construction Industry Development Authority) known as ICTAD (Institute for Construction Training and Development) is established by the Government of Sri Lanka to develop and promote the domestic construction industry by promotion of quality standards to meet local and global requirements for sustainable National development.
Registration and grading is a screening process for the capabilities of prospective contractor, determined by evaluating mainly on his financial capability, the technical ability with staff and plant & machinery, and the experience gained in relevant fields. Contractors are classified under 10 grades (C1 to C10) categorizing best at the C1 Grade
In acceptance of our progress we have achieved flowing grades:
Our Quality Management Systems which have been developed and aligned to meet the requirements of the International Standards of ISO 9001:2008, and it has been certified by Sri Lanka Standards Institution.
The National Construction Association of Sri Lanka (NCASL) is the apex body in the country for the development of the construction industry.
We have gained membership of the NCASL for recognition of our quality work and timely completion of projects in construction sector in the country.
Effective implementation and maintenance of quality Occupational Health & Safety Management System and interactions among those processes have been developed and aligned to meet the requirement of the International Standards of OHSAS 18001:2007, and it has been certified by Sri Lanka Standards Institution.
The company environmental responsibilities that contributes to the environmental pillar of sustainability have been developed and aligned to meet the requirement of the International Standards of EMS 14001:2015, and it has been certified by Sri Lanka Standards Institution.