China is a thriving nation with a booming Construction Industry.  China is often described as one large construction site as it uses about half the world’s concrete and a third of its steel for its numerous ambitious projects.         Chinese enterprises are increasingly positioning themselves in international  contracts.    Every  year,  several  Chinese corporations have appeared in the list of the top 250 international contractors published by Engineering News Records (ENR).  China has transformed its Construction Industry  through  unique  ways  including  latest technology and process innovations that are worth emulating.   The world’s largest airport terminal at Beijing, ‘Birds Nest’ Olympic Stadium and CCTV headquarters are some of the inspiring construction marvels from China.
The Contractors Registration Board (CRB) is organizing an eight (8) days study visit to Beijing, Xuzhou, Jinan,
Changsha and Shanghai cities in China from 30th July to 7th  August 2016. The visit is intended to expose  Tanzanian Contractors  to  some  of  the  state  of  the  art  construction technologies,  best practices and provide opportunities for networking. The visit is to be self-financed by participants.


o Visits to plant and equipment and technology suppliers
o Visits to sites in Beijing to see application of  technology, best practices and share experiences
with other contractors on construction and project management techniques.
o Meetings with  Construction  Industry  professionals,  associations  and  business  community  to network and identify potential investors and strategic partners.


Contractors intending to participate in this tour are requested to submit application forms before
24th June 2016 and register with the Board at Head Office or the Zonal Offices before 5th July 2016 in order to facilitate arrangements for passage. Details and Application Forms are available on . The visit is limited to 36 participants and shall be on a first come first served basis.


For application forms, just download it at the download section under Resources menu.