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We will provide you with a multiple list of suppliers who cover your area. In addition to providing their full contact details, where possible we will also provide a list of initial estimates. This information is given instantly in your web browser. You will then be able to contact any of these suppliers directly. In addition we will forward your contact details to each of these suppliers so that they can contact you directly should they wish to. If you do not want to give your phone number please enter 0000 into the telephone number field.
Please note that although we forward your contact details to each supplier who covers your area, your details are not provided to any other third parties. You will receive a feedback email from us, in approximately three weeks time, but after that we will not use your contact details again.
A quantity surveyor (QS) manages all the costs and contracts for large building and civil engineering projects and for small projects such as mending a pothole in a road or even refurbishment projects. They work for the entire life of a project from inception to completion and aim to get the best job for the best price.
If you would like someone to manage your project, draw up contracts with suppliers or contractors, need procurement advice and help during s tendering process, help resolve a dispute associated with the project, manage contracts, find the most cost effective way of getting the project done, identify and manage the project’s risks or capitalise your assets, a fully qualified quantity surveyor will be able to help you. Projects can be big or small, domestic, commercial or civil.
Someone calling themselves a quantity surveyor needs to be either accredited with the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and have the letters FRICS or MRICS after their name or with Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and have the letters FCIOB or MCIOB after their name.
The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors is a professional body that regulates surveyors and some other property professionals. To become a member of the RICS, the surveyor has to follow a strict code of practice have relevant qualifications and experience.
The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) represents professionals who work within the built environment. They are full members of the Construction Industry Council. Similarly to RICS, members of CIOB also have to follow strict code of practice have relevant qualifications and experience they will have the letter MCIOB or FCIOB after their name.
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