Find a Member

Find RIDBA members in the following categories:

Frame Manufacturers - Members who manufacture steel and timber frames.

Contractor Members - General contractors who engage in ground works, steel erection and cladding.

Supplier Members - Suppliers and manufacturers to the industry.

Affiliate and College Members - Training providers, professional advisors and Colleges.

Concessionary and Honorary Members

 

Why Choose a RIDBA Member?

In order to be a member of RIDBA, companies must meet and maintain RIDBA
criteria for membership. This gives their clients the confidence that they are
working with a qualified and reputable specialist contractor that has access to
the latest technical support and health and safety advice.


Compliance
All RIDBA members who manufacture steel frames have met the legal requirements
to CE mark their relevant products.


Quality
RIDBA membership is a recognised mark of quality and identifies companies as part
of an elite group of professional and reputable market leaders.
All RIDBA members sign up to a Code of Practice each year when they renew their
membership demonstrating a high standard of competence.


Standards
RIDBA members have agreed to provide their clients with professional and clear
advice. Their written quotations will plainly state the price for the work, what is included
and what form of agreement or contract will be used.
RIDBA members are at the forefront of technical expertise and have access to free
advice from the RIDBA Technical Consultant who is a qualified structural engineer.
RIDBA is also a member of Build UK, which represents the contracting supply chain
in construction ensuring members are up to date in wider construction industry working
practices and standards.


Peace of Mind
RIDBA members must hold adequate employers and public liability insurance,
demonstrate financial stability and have a proven trading record.
In the unlikely event that something goes wrong, RIDBA has a clear and fair complaints
procedure.


Safety
All RIDBA members are committed to working to an acceptable health and safety plan
and in accordance with relevant industry standards. They will have an adequately
supervised, trained and qualified workforce and when working at height they will
ensure that the appropriate equipment is used on site at all times.