Creating and maintaining the highest standards in the engineered timber construction industry in South Africa.

With the ITC-SA, both the trade and consumer can enjoy the peace of mind and protection that come with a safely erected and inspected timber frame home, roof or deck structure, with guaranteed Professional Indemnity Cover for the structural stability of the construction.

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The vision of the ITC-SA is to create and maintain the highest standards in the engineered timber construction industry. This vision is underpinned by the Institute’s mission to uplift, through its members, the standards in all aspects of engineered timber construction in this sector for the benefit of the consumer through:

Monitoring of ITC-SA membership
Continuously improving standards
Promoting & marketing engineered timber structures
Overseeing the training & development of our members

ITC-SA Divisions

28-30 August 2017 – Inspector Training – Gauteng Region

Inspector training

A Roof Inspector Training Course will be hosted at the Institute for Timber Construction South Africa (ITC-SA) head office (SAFCA Building, 6 Hulley Road, Isando) from 28-30 August 2017 (from 8 am to 4 pm each day). The cost is R5500 [excl. VAT] per person.

The course will include the following:

• Basic roof terminology
• Basics of timber design including loads
• Bracing of roofs covered in detail
• Emphasis on lightly loaded roofs versus heavily loaded roofs
• Differences between residential and commercial roofs
• Many case studies will be shared from 30 years’ experience in the roofing industry
• Two different site visits
• Written evaluation (not compulsory, but if you wish to receive a certificate from Roof Inspection Services, it will be awarded to all candidates who pass the evaluation)

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31 August 2017 – Workshop – National Building Regulations & SANS10400 Part L: Roofs


The Institute for Timber Construction South Africa (ITC-SA) cordially invites you to attend this topical workshop on Practical & Legal Aspects of the National Building Regulations with Specific Reference to SANS 10400 Part L: Roofs.

Validated by: ECSA & SAIA (1 CPD POINT)

The purpose of the workshop is to sensitize all the role players in the built environment who are tasked with submitting building applications to the local authorities about their legal responsibilities and to clarify any misconceptions about accountability and responsibility.

DATE: 31 August 2017
TIME: 8:30 for 9:00
VENUE: Ascot Conference Centre, 210 Woodhouse Road, Pietermaritzburg

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Simply Green #2 2017

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