Quantity Surveying Services
We provide Professional Quantity Surveying, Estimating, and Tendering services tailored to meet our client’s requirements that benefit in optimizing the Costing and increased Quality of the construction.
what is variations in construction Quantity Surveyors are involved in dealing with variations that may arise within contracts with regards to, 1. Identification of required variations 2. ...READ MORE +
In construction, it is unlikely that a client will be an individual; most clients are organizations or groups of people. Thus the client needs to be seen as a plurals and involving a set of ...
The gold standard of life cycle cost software for construction management is the Building Life-Cycle Cost Program (BLCC 5.3-09), which was developed by the National Institute of Standards and ...READ MORE +
Materials Management is simply the process by which an organization is supplied with the goods and services that it needs to achieve its objectives of buying, storage and movement of materials. ...READ MORE +
Economic indicators are statistical data showing general trends in the economy. They allow analysis of economic performance and predictions of future performance. Types of Indicators Leading ...READ MORE +
Price lists and trade literatures provides a lot of important information that are very useful in estimating purposes. Usually whole sellers, goods distributers, importers and manufactures issue ...READ MORE +
Batching is the process of weighing or volumetrically measuring and introducing into the mixer the ingredients for a batch of concrete. One batch of concrete means the quantity of concrete produced ...READ MORE +
Schedule of Quantities After the architectural / engineering design is determined, a schedule of quantities for all the proposed works will be prepared and to ascertain the true cost of the project ...
When comparing two projects, the use of the NPV and the IRR methods may give different results. A project selected according to the NPV may be rejected if the IRR method is used. Suppose there are ...READ MORE +