Experience: 0- 2 years
Qualification: BE / DCE – Civil
Preferences: Female Candidates & Immediate Joiner
- Study Architects and the engineer’s building plans.
- Measure and estimate building and material costs for projects.
- Consult with the clients about the cost of building projects.
- Prepare reports about projected building costs for clients
- Bookkeeping / Documentation management.
- Administer the tendering process for contractors and subcontractors.
- Recalculate costs if the design or material changes.
- Certify progress claims from contractors.
- Prepare a statement of final account recording the actual costs of the project.
- Offer services in value management, comparing building costs to similar buildings.
- Prepare building feasibility studies.
- Prepare bank reports and offer financial advice to clients.
- Executive assistance for Administrative works.
Quantity surveyors can specialize in different areas; contractor quantity surveyors mostly work on estimating building costs, managing building contracts and monitoring construction progress. Quantity surveying practices often focus on offering clients financial advice and estimation services for setting up building contracts. They may also be involved in mediation and arbitrations between parties about building contracts.
Quantity surveyors need to have:
- Skills in reading building plans and estimating building and material costs.
- Good oral and written communication skills.
- Problem-solving and negotiation skills.
- Maths and basic accounting skills.
- Good organizational and time management skills.
- Basic Bookkeeping and Documentation.
Preferred: Female Candidates