The United Republic of Tanzania
CONTRACTORS REGISTRATION BOARD
The Contractors Registration Board (CRB) was established by the Contractors Registration Act CAP R.E 2002. The Board is a Regulatory body charged with responsibility for registration, regulation and development of contractors.
The Board has its head office located along Pamba Road Tetex House, 3rd Floor, Dar es salaam and Zonal Offices in Dar es salaam, Mwanza, Mbeya, Dodoma and Arusha Regions.
To be a leading institution in the Regulation and Development of Contractors.
To regulate and develop competitive and sustainable contracting industry with capable contractors who deliver quality works and observe safety in pursuit of economic growth.
-We believe in teamwork, in overcoming challenges and achieving corporate objectives.
-We believe in life long learning.
-We upgrade our skills and knowledge so that we can give our best to those we serve
-We show concern for one another’s well being and appreciate each other’s contribution.
-We seek new and creative ideas to improve our products and services.
-We are committed to offer the highest professional standards in deliver of our services to satisfy our customers.
Corporate Functions of CRB
In the pursuit of its objectives, The corporate functions of CRB can be summarised as follows.
-To register Local and Foreign contractors working in the construction industry.
-To regulate the activities and conduct of contractors in the construction industry.
-To set criteria for registration of contractors in different classes and review these criteria from time to time.
-Td. To verify and ensure that all construction works are being undertaken by registered contractors.
-To ensure that all construction works comply with governing regulations and laws of the country.
-To review the performance of registered contractors from time to time.
-To develop the skills and capacity of Local Contractors.
-h. To liaise and interact with both local and international professional boards and associations.
-To publish and disseminate information related to the construction industry.
- To register construction projects for the purpose of regulation.
- To settle disputes or complaints amongst contractors themselves and their employees, consultants, suppliers, manufacturers or clients presented to the Board.
CRB is committed to good corporate governance and has put in place various self regulatory and monitoring mechanisms to achieve this objective. The institution is lead by the Board of Directors who have the responsibility of providing strategic guidance to management. This entails the approval of annual activities and financial plans and budgets in accordance to its strategic plan, monitoring of strategic outputs, financial performance and internal control procedures and reviewing CRB's performance and its levels of responsibility and accountability as a public body. The Board of Directors is guided by the Board Charter.
Management of the Board
The Chief Executive Officer of the Board is the Registrar who is appointed by the Board of Directors. The Registrar also serves as the Secretary to the Board. The Registrar is responsible for a day to day activities of the Board and is assisted by the management team.
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