Professional Construction Project Manager

CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGEMENT CATEGORY

Construction Project Management is the management of projects within the Built Environment from conception to completion, including management of related professional services. The Construction Project Manager is the one point of responsibility in this regard.

 

PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION CRITERIA

Professional Construction Project Managers

Construction Project Management is the management of the physical construction process within the built environment from conception to completion, including management of related professional services. The Construction Project Manager is the one point of responsibility in this process.

An applicant who wishes to apply for registration as a Professional Construction
Project Manager (Pr. CPM) shall possess one of the following;

1. An accredited honours degree in the Built Environment field of study with a minimum of four (4) years’ relevant post-graduate practical experience.
2. An accredited B-Tech qualification in the Built Environment field of study with a minimum of five (5) years’ relevant post-graduate practical experience.
3. An accredited National Higher Diploma in the Built Environment field of study with a minimum of six (6) years’ relevant post-graduate practical experience.
4. An accredited National Diploma in the Built Environment field of study with a minimum of seven (7) years’ relevant post-graduate practical experience.

Professional Construction Managers

Construction Management is the management of the physical construction process within the built environment and includes the co-ordination, administration, and management of resources. The Construction Manager is the one point of responsibility in this process.

An applicant who wishes to apply for registration as a Professional Construction
Manager (Pr. CM) shall possess one of the following;

1. An accredited honours degree in the Built Environment field of study with a minimum of four (4) years’ relevant post-graduate practical experience.
2. An accredited B-Tech qualification in the Built Environment field of study with a minimum of five (5) years’ relevant post-graduate practical experience.
3. An accredited National Higher Diploma in the Built Environment field of study with a minimum of six (6) years’ relevant post-graduate practical experience.
4. An accredited National Diploma in the Built Environment field of study with a minimum of seven (7) years’ relevant post-graduate practical experience.

Professional Construction Mentors

Construction Mentorship is the evaluation and assessment of a contractor’s skills, identification of the contractor’s shortcomings and the provision of suitable relevant professional advice to the contractor to address these shortcomings to achieve the contractor’s potential.

An applicant who wishes to apply for registration as a Professional Construction
Mentor (Pr. CMentor) should;

•  be registered in terms of any of the built environment professions acts, or demonstrate an equivalent level of expertise; and
•  have a minimum of 10 years of experience in the construction industry at a senior management level
•  be able to demonstrate knowledge, skills and experience in technical, commercial and project management competencies
•  demonstrate suitability to act as a mentor following a compulsory psychometric test; and
•  be verified as competent in the transfer of skills and knowledge by means of a professional interview

Competence required qualifying as a Professional Construction Mentor
1. The ability to transfer skills and assess a contractor’s capabilities
2. Competence in construction contract administration
3. Technical competence in one or more construction disciplines
4. Competence in commercial aspects of contracting
5. Competence in construction project management

Note

In case where a person does not possess a qualification and has more than ten (10) years’ relevant practical experience, the Recognition of Prior Learning route (RPL) is recommended

 

PROJECT AND CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONS ACT 48 of 2000

 

List of Recognised Qualifications 

ACADEMIC UNIVERSITIES UNIVERSITIES OF TECHNOLOGY /FORMER TECHNIKONS

BSc (Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Quantity Surveying and Architectural studies) 3 years

BSc (Hons) (Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Quantity Surveying and Architectural studies) 4 years

BEng (Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering) 4 years

ND (Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Quantity Surveying and Architectural Studies) 3 years

NHD (Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Quantity Surveying and Architectural Studies) 4 years

BTech (Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Quantity Surveying and Architectural Studies) 4 years

Scope of Services

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CV

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Annexure A1

Annexure A1 (Project Profile)

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Annexure A2

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