Quantity Surveyor

The quantity Surveyor’s role is to advise on the costs of the development of buildings and infrastructure. In all building projects there is a budget. The role of the Quantity surveyor is to work with all parties in order to obtain the best value material within your budget. We are independent advisers to client’s, architect’s and builders. The role of the quantity surveyor is to work with the client from the inception to completion in order to deliver the project within budget.

The quantity surveyor is involved in

  • The preparation of tender documents
  • Negotiating tenders
  • Tender selection and analysis
  • Negotiating contractual claims
  • Preparing interim and final accounts
  • Site Surveys
  • Liquidation accounts

Cost Management

A large part of the Quantity Surveyor role is to control the cost of the project. This can involve negotiating a better price for materials or sourcing materials.

  • Cost planning/ Alternative cost advice
  • Feasibility studies
  • Budget estimating
  • Cost of reinstatement
  • Cash Flow forecasting
  • Advice on contractual arrangements
  • Cost Checking
  • Interim cost reporting
  • Cost monitoring
  • Valuing Post-Contract variations
  • Checking wage and price variation claims

Project Management

If you require an experienced project manager for your project then we can provide this service. Many building projects require a project manager to manage all parties and ensure that the project is delivered on time. It involves co-coordinating all the parties and keeping the client up to date with the progress. It is also the role of the project to help identify risks and ensure that there is a plan in place to deal all eventualities.

The project managers roles is to

  • Develop a strategic plan with design and construction teams.
  • Co-ordinate all parties involved.
  • Hold regular meetings with all relevant parties.
  • Identify risks and ensure health and safety is compliant.


Other Services

  • Estimates For Building Contractors

  • Arbitration and Litigation advice

  • Expert witness

  • Supplying cost to banks for the application of mortgages on new builds