A member is expected to conduct his business in a just and honourable manner and, in his dealings with Clients, with members of the professions, other contractors and subcontractors, suppliers and employees, maintain at all times the high standard of business integrity required by the Association, by observing the spirit as well as the letter of his contractual obligations.
A member is required to possess the necessary technical qualifications, knowledge and practical experience or to employ in a position of responsibility such a person or persons, to ensure that quality workmanship is carried out in an efficient and economical manner.
A member is expected to organise his business administration effectively, to maintain adequate financial resources for the proper discharge of all his contractual obligations, to assist wherever possible with the training of future skilled manpower needs of the Industry and, where applicable, to comply with all wage regulating measures negotiated and entered into between the Association and the Trade Unions.
A member is expected to support fellow members and promote membership of the association to all qualified and suitable firms and individuals.
A member must abide by the constitution, rules, by-laws, code of ethics, regulations and decisions of the Association and its Executive Council as amended from time to time.