Choosing an architect, engineer, project manager or quantity surveyor is a very important decision, you must select someone that makes you feel comfortable and that you have a great deal of faith in. A good quantity surveyor will come to the table with ideas suggestions and designs, not just provide what you have asked for. To complete your project is a lengthy task, be prepared to set aside plenty of time for brain-storming your dreams with the right person. The quantity surveyor can save you money. We can recommend creative practicle results focused quantity surveyor to assist with your project.
WHY YOU SHOULD USE US
WE HAVE AN EXCELLENT TRACK RECORD
OUR SURVEYORS ARE SKILLED & EXPERIENCED
THEY ARE PROPERLY REGISTERED
OUR SURVEYORS ARE REFERENCE CHECKED
WE PROVIDE FREE NO OBLIGATION ESTIMATES
Our quantity surveyors add significant value to every project. We are a large network of professional quantity surveyors covering a wide range of expertise and a broad spectrum of developments in Southern Africa and abroad.
We specialise in office developments, convention centres, retail spaces, public facilities, leisure and residential developments.
We work with the other teams on your development project to make sure that every part fits in perfectly. We help you find practical and cost-effective solutions and help you find the best suppliers and contractors to keep you well within your budget.
Through innovative and responsible management and a diverse team of expertise we steer your project in the best direction. Our projects are tackled with focused attention and commitment. We work with you from concept through design and documentation, to procurement and finally construction, adding value to your project every step of the way.
TRADITIONALLY QUANTITY SURVEYING FUNCTIONS INCLUDE, AMONGST OTHERS:
- preparing estimates and financial viability studies and budgets for proposed projects
- preparing Bills of Quantities and other procurement documentation to acquire fair and equitable tender for projects
- negotiating building contracts
- monitoring costs and reporting to clients during the design and construction of projects
- determining final costs of projects