The Construction Industry Pension is a successor to the Building Industry Pension Fund which was established on the 1 st of July 1969.
The objects of the Fund are to provide for the payment of pensions and death benefits and to enable employers should they wish to do so, to provide past services pension benefits for their employees. It is a Defined Contribution Occupational Pension Scheme.
Who we are
The rules of the Fund were amended for employers to have an additional contribution towards creation of an in service death fund for self-insuring the Fund against in service death claims, this was discontinued in December 1998.
Information about pensioners includes information about their benefits which ranges from retirement benefits to ill-health benefits.
Members are encouraged to ensure that information held in the fund for them is current, therefore there is a need by the members to regularly update the fund of any changes on the information .
In the Construction Industry Pension Fund a member is registered when the first deduction for pension is done, that is after working for 26.4 hours.
The Fund is committed to providing high standards of service delivery to all of its tenants. We aim: