Citrine Sustainability


Commitment to reducing our carbon footprint and ensuring our working practises are 'green' is one of our business principles.

Citrine Construction: 

  • recycles
  • monitors vehicles for optimum fuel consumption
  • runs air-conditioners, lighting and water heating on demand
  • practises responsible waste removal
  • prints double-sided
  • favours electronic filing 

Social responsibility

We are proud to contribute to our Western Cape communities.

Citrine Construction:

  • is the key sponsor for the Super Squash Series tournament
  • provides funds for the transport of young rugby players from disadvantaged communities
  • contributes to soup kitchens
  • runs community upliftment programmes
  • donated PCs, printers and scanners to schools in Delft and Darling
  • planted 1 000 trees in Delft and a further 100 in Darling (in partnership with Food & Trees for Africa (FTFA)), and created temporary employment for unemployed residents who were trained by FTFA as community-based educators.


We are proudly 100% black-owned and managed.

Citrine Construction:

  • supports the principles of the Accelerated Growth Initiative
  • constantly looks for ways to create employment and skills upliftment opportunities for the communities in which we work
  • supports affirmative procurement and the Extended Public Works Programme
  • wherever possible, engages a network of SME and BBE partners to whom we can subcontract or employ in various ways
  • holds an Empowerdex audited B-BBEE rating of Level One AAA+, a procurement recognition level of 135%.
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