Types of Membership

Membership / Types of Membership
Master Builders SA represents all sectors of the building and construction industry in South Australia from specialist trade contractors through to residential and commercial builders, that is why we have different categories of membership.

HiViZ Women Building SA Program

HiViZ is a Master Builders SA program to inspire this industry change by promoting equality at entry level, discovering and highlighting issues, empowering people to see new career pathways and facilitating the development of coordinated solutions.

We are also proud to announce we have produced our very own HiViZ Women Building SA magazine, which has some great case studies and information about this initiative.

Members will benefit from an extensive range of activities:


HiViz Women Building SA Membership

HiViz Women Building SA is committed to inspiring leadership, providing unique experiences and quality networking events across all areas of the building and construction industry. Join as an individual, corporate or student.

Events Calendar

See our upcoming events for all HiViZ members

HiViZ Women Building SA can build your professional network throughout South Australia’s construction industry through events and seminars that will build your profile as an organisation or individual.


Invest in self development with Master Builders SA

Master Builders SA provides education and training in the building and construction industry, offering Industry Ready Education through to pathways to undertake nationally-recognised qualifications.


National Mentoring Program to support women in building and construction

Women Building Australia National Mentoring Program aims to match experienced men or women in the building and construction industry with women starting out in the industry. Become a mentor or mentee today!

2021 Mentoring Program Information Pack

Certified Construction Professional / Certified Trade Professional

Master Builders SA’s Certified Construction Professional (CCP) and Certified Trade Professional (CTP) program is open to individuals within the building and construction industry.

Involvement in the program will open doors by recognising your experience, qualifications and achievements – and support your desire to futureproof your career.

  • Advance your career within the building and construction industry
  • Be recognised as being among the best in the industry
  • Have your individual achievements acknowledged within the sector
  • Demonstrate your commitment to your profession

We hold specific CCP/CTP events throughout the year to expand your knowledge and connections within the industry. Download our 2020 CCP/CTP events calendar here.

“As a Master Builders Construction Professional, you can feel confident that you will be across everything you need to in our fast paced and ever changing industry. Being classified as a CCP or CTP means you have a stronger voice, it means your ideas, policies and business practices will be heard on a broad level and it enables you to really make an impact on future industry wide decisions.”

PETER SALVESON Chief Executive Officer, Hansen Yuncken

Residential Builder

Residential builders, also known as residential construction contractors, specialise in the building of homes. They plan and implement the construction of homes. Residential builders’ clients are typically property owners or residential builder companies with a builder’s license. This also includes renovations and additions conducted by companies looking to restore or refinish buildings including extensions and heritage refurbishments.

Commercial Builder

Commercial Builders are responsible for the construction of public buildings, commercial building, multi-res apartments, shops, offices, factories, nursing homes, retirements villages, hospitals to name a few. They tender for projects and submit plans to a building surveyor for approval and inspection of building work.


A Subcontractor is a person or business which has a contract with a contractor to provide some portion of work or service. Subcontractors may include such trades as plumbing, electrical, roofing, carpentry, painting, bricklayer, tiler, cement work, plastering etc.

Property Developer

Property developers organise and plan for the acquisition, development and subsequent sale of new and existing properties. They work out the best use for the land or property. They then plan the property development, including the schedule and costs. They may need to work with architects, builders, and local councils.


A supplier is a company or business providing a charged product to consumers, end users or businesses.

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