Quantity Surveyors are responsible for controlling costs pertaining to a building project. This is right from inception, projecting costs, and how the final figures come in. Quantity Surveyors can be contracted to work on a project either directly by the client or hired by the contractor themself.
Some of the tasks expected of a Quantity Surveyor include: carrying out cost analysis; analysing progress and developing reports; performing cost control; and assessing completed projects.
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