Become a Member

CCA is the best resource to select reliable building and civil engineering construction services in the Cayman Islands. Becoming a member is an excellent way to boost the visibility of your construction business and establish your services on the islands. All members are represented equally. The CCA provides a wide range of industry training opportunities.


If you are interested in becoming a member of the association, please fill out the application below and submit it for consideration.

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MEMBERSHIP STIPULATIONS


NEW MEMBER APPLICATION AND ANNUAL FEE: $250.00 | (Annual Fees $200 thereafter)


DOCUMENTS REQUIRED: Copy of current Trade & Business License OR a copy of the receipt of the renewalpayment.
We hereby pledge to abide by the CCA's Code of Ethics in our daily business operations


1. Client Service. To serve all clients with honesty, integrity, candor, and objectivity. To provide services with competence, using reasonable care,skill and diligence consistent with the interests of the client.


2. Representation of Qualifications and Availability. To only accept assignments for which the contractor is qualified by education, training,professional experience and/or technical competence, and to assign staff to projects in accordance with their qualifications, commensurate with theservices to be provided, and to only make representations concerning qualifications and availability which are truthful and accurate.


3. Standards of Practice. To furnish services in a manner consistent with the established and accepted standards of the profession and with the lawsand regulations which govern its practice.


4. Conflicts of Interest. To endeavor to avoid conflicts of interest; and to disclose conflicts which may impair objectivity or integrity.


5. Fair Compensation. To negotiate fairly and openly with clients in establishing a basis for compensation, and to charge fees and expenses that arereasonable and commensurate with the services to be provided and the responsibilities and risks to be assumed.

6. Release of Information. To only make statements that are truthful, to keep information and records confidential when appropriate and to protectthe proprietary interests of clients and professional colleagues.


7. Public Welfare. To not knowingly violate any law, statute, or regulation in the performance of services including but not limited to the CaymanIslands Building Code, the Trade & Business Licensing Law, the Companies Law (if incorporated), the Labour Law, the Immigration Law, the HealthInsurance Law, the Public Service Pensions Law and the Workmen's Compensation Law.


8. Integrity of the Profession. To avoid actions which promote self-interest at the expense of the profession, and to uphold the standards ofconstruction with honor and dignity.


Learn more about us or browse our directory of specialty and general contractors and community projects. For membership, training opportunities and assistance finding a construction company that suits you, contact us.