- Preparation of contracts, including details regarding quantities of required materials

- On-going cost analysis of maintenance and repair work

- Feasibility studies of client requests

- Analysing completed work and arranging payment to contractors

- Allocating upcoming work to contractors

site visits, assessments and projections for future work

Traditional quantity surveying services:


Cost consulting, Cost estimating

Cost planning

Cost control

Contracts negotiation

Procurement advice

Preparing Bill of Quantities (BOQ) and Tender Document

Monitoring Budget

Preparation of Payment Application, certification and valuation of construction work

Assessment of variations

Dispute resolution

Preparing feasibility studies

Value estimation

Advice on cost limits and budgets

Whole life cycle costing

Valuation for insurance purposes

Project management

Advice on contractual disputes

Preparation of final account

As the construction industry grows, more and more skilled roles are becoming available, especially in positions like quantity surveyor. Quantity surveyors are responsible for the cost of any building project - from initial estimates, right through to the final acquisition of materials. Surveying jobs and their associated roles are varied - but focussed on providing clients value for money while adhering to the strict regulations which govern every aspect of the construction industry.