Go Big Construction & Projects meets all your requirements by offering reliable and dependable services with emphasis on quality workmanship and a sound record of
We possess a wealth of potential, which enables us to source and inspire significant projects in various fields of building, cleaning, construction, supply of office furniture,
stationery, building maintenance, infrastructure services, project management, developing disaster management plans, development of low-cost and bond houses, plant hire and civil works.
Go Big Construction & Projects strive to provide excellence through service and we achieve this by employing and/or contracting the best, most highly motivated and skilled
candidates for the work currently being managed, and by applying standards of excellence in all areas of involvement.
Through well-planned and consistent training and the application of excellent management techniques and practices, Go Big Construction & Projects believes it will make a major impact on the economic position not only of the individuals with whom it is involved, but also our country as a whole.
* Building construction
* Project management
* Disaster management
* Cost construction
* Development of low-cost and bond houses
* Plant hire
* Building maintenance
* Road infrastructure services
* Supply of office furniture and stationery
* Events management
* Supply of uniforms
* Town planning
* Beneficiary admin
* Civil and structural engineering
* Social facilitation
CEO: Mr Mzulungile Lupindo
The sustainable delivery of quality residential products, to the lower-income and affordable end-user housing sectors of South African society, by an organisation which is sympathetic to, and supportive of the demographic and historical realities of our country.
Go Big Construction & Projects aims to maintain and improve the organization’s status as a leading entity in service delivery.
Overall BEE Status – Level 1
Procurement Level – 135%
BROAD-BASED BEE WEIGHING POINTS LEVEL IN RESPECT OF:
Black Empowerment Level
Black shareholding: >50.1%
Black executive directors: >50.1%
Black staff: >50.1%
Female staff: 5%–25%
Rating date: 08/03/2017
Verified by: SABTBEE