The title of Quantity Surveyor is broken down into two parts. We survey the project documentation or project itself to quantify the necessary materials and labour to build it which is known as Cost Planning. With this main skillset, We as Quantity Surveyors can provide other services such as; Project Auditing and Specific Cost Planning Services. We are sometimes referred to as Building Cost
Planners or Cost Engineers.
Quantity Surveyor – Initial Report
The Quantity Surveyor will provide an initial report to the bank performing due diligence by ensuring all necessary project documentation has been provided to carry out the project, obtaining builder licence details/insurances and do a check to confirm that they are current and that there is no suspensions or fines imposed on the builder which are major alarm bells.
Who We Help
Architects & Designers
We help to ensure your proposed designs stay within clients budgets
We partner to help you win more projects and ensure you are up to date with subcontractor market rates
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We as Registered Quantity Surveyors provide Specific Cost Planning Services like:
- Council Cost Summary Report for clients so Council can ascertain the Section 94 Contributions
- Conduct and provide a Cost to Complete or Cost Completed to Date Report for a Project and Work out Remediation
- Rectification Costs for a Building Consultant to use in their report to be used in their Clients claim against a third party