What is a quantity surveyor?We have highly trained professionals that can offer you expert advice on construction costs. Our quantity surveyors will have with essential areas by creating reports identifying costs, cost planning, procurement and tendering, contract administration and project management.
We have highly trained professionals that can offer you expert advice on consturction costs. These are essential for life cycle costing,
cost planning, procurement and tendering, contract administration and commercial management.
Before a construction project starts, our quantity surveyor will study the drawings and specifications provided by our Architectural Design team. This may also include meetings with the principal designer of your project so that the quantity surveyor can gain a full understanding of your project. From this information, he/she will be able to calculate the quantities of materials for the build and provide you with a full detailed breakdown of the overall cost for your project.
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Change to Detailed Understanding of Costs and Building Regulations
Our quantity surveyors rely on a range of technical measurement and costing tools to come to accurate costs. For example, Building Cost Information Service [BCIS] data to give early cost advice, to budget and benchmark projects and to prepare cost plans.
They will also have a thorough understanding of Building Regulations in order to adhere to them and ensure that your project passes Building Control. During the build they keep a constant check on costs. Once you have your cost, the surveyor can help you tender out your construction work and see who will be feasible for you and can carry your work out within the budget.