Construction Supplier Register categories for suppliers of works

The Construction Supplier Register is structured into categories. Each category may be further divided into sub-categories that may define areas of expertise or competency. Some categories may include a project limit defining the highest project value an applicant may perform. Read the list of categories for suppliers of construction works.

Categories for suppliers of construction works

The following categories are used for suppliers of construction works:

  • Commercial refurbishment
  • Concrete corrosion contractor
  • Demolition
  • Fire services contractor
  • Lift contractor
  • Movable unit contractor
  • New commercial construction
  • New residential construction
  • Office fit-out
  • Office fit-out (non-structural)
  • Residential refurbishment

Within each category for suppliers of construction works, applicants will be allocated a project limit defining the highest project value they may undertake. The following project limits apply:

  • Between $250,000 and $500,000 – increments of $50,000
  • Between $500,000 and $1,000,000 – increments of $100,000
  • Between $1,000,000 and $5,000,000 – increments of $500,000
  • Between $5,000,000 and $15,000,000 – increments of $1,000,000
  • Between $15,000,000 and $50,000,000 – increments of $5,000,000

Project limits greater than $50,000,000 are available only to suppliers listed on the National Pre-qualification Scheme and are determined based on an applicant’s financial standing and project history.

Sub-category of Cladding rectification

A sub-category of Cladding rectification has been established. Applying for this sub-category is optional.

Suppliers applying for the following categories may also apply for the optional sub-category Cladding rectification:

  • Commercial refurbishment
  • Demolition
  • Fire services contractor
  • New commercial construction
  • New residential construction
  • Residential refurbishment

Help and support

Please contact the Construction Supplier Register if you need help understanding the pre-qualification categories used for suppliers of construction works.

Reviewed 09/12/2019
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