What is a Quantity Surveyor?
Quantity Surveyors use their knowledge and skills to estimate and monitor all the costs of a Building Project from the Plan/Design Stage the Construction Stage and right through to the Maintenance Stage.
Quantity Surveyors are the Cost Experts to the Construction Industry.
The term ‘Quantity Surveyor’ originally comes from a document that itemises Quantities of Labour and Materials called a Bill of Quantities.
Quantity Surveyors usually work closely with a team of Building Construction Industry Professionals such as Architects, Engineers and Trade Contractors. They work also with Project Owners and other Professionals such as Solicitors and Accountants.
Like all Professionals, Quantity Surveyors may work in both the Government and Private Sectors, for large Organisations, or they may be set up as the individual owner of a small business.
Quantity Surveyors usually have a tertiary degree qualification and are eligible for membership of the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (AIQS) or the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
When selecting a Quantity Surveyor it is important to take into consideration the Size and Scope of the Building Project, the qualifications of the Quantity Surveyor and their experience, skills and abilities with your particular type of Building Project.
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