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We take pleasure in introducing you to the only Building Excellence competition in South Africa. The Excellence in Construction Awards was launched during 2004 by the Master Builders KwaZulu-Natal and is now in its fifth year.

The Awards Programme is aimed at recognizing and acknowledging excellence in building and construction. The pursuit of excellence in construction is a particularly important calling, as buildings have a profound effect on their occupants and its users – influencing and shaping the way in which we live, learn, work, contemplate and relax.

Previous winners include; Thonga Beach Lodge on the Zululand Coast (2005), Sibaya Casino and Entertainment Kingdom on the North Coast (2006), Absa Towers in Central Durban (2007), The Breeze-Pearls of Umhlanga and Standard Bank Regional Offices and Banking Hall at Kingsmead Durban (joint  winners 2008).

The event is open to any projects completed by members of our Association and the categories are carefully selected to ensure that we can give recognition to both large and small projects.

The winners are announced at our annual Gala Event function attended by entrants, members of the Association, key industry stakeholders, as well as representatives of both local, regional and national government.

We would like to offer you an opportunity to be part of this prestigious event.  In doing so, you will have an opportunity to:

  • Showcase your brand to over 500 key stakeholders in the building and construction industry.
  • Identify with construction excellence and innovation in KwaZulu-Natal.
  • Align your product/service with the Master Builders KwaZulu-Natal brand
  • Network with your clients and your colleagues.

If you would like to partner with Master Builders KwaZulu-Natal for our flagship function, or would like to find our more information on the various opportunities available to promote your brand, please contact Tasveera Singh on 031 266 7070 or email tasveera(AT)masterbuilders.co.za. Opportunities may be limited by demand.