8 Einträge in "Kostenplanung / Quantity Surveying":
In future, the pro-active and effective management of cost, contracts, communication and claism -the four Cs - will consistently become more important to developers and facilitators involved in physical structures and property.
Chartered Quantity Surveyors are highly trained professionals offering expert advice on construction costs. They are essential for life cycle costing, cost planning, procurement and tendering, contract administration and commercial management.
Basically, the Quantity Surveyor is the person responsible for figuring out just what a building is going to cost and in some cases for making sure that construction costs and production are managed as efficiently as possible.
The Quantity Surveyor, also known as a Construction Economist, or Cost Manager, is one of a team of professional advisers to the construction industry.
This video corrects the common misconceptions of what a quantity surveyor is. A student takes a peek into the work-life of a Quantity Surveyor (QS), as we see what a quantity surveyor does in-office
This animation video gives you a quick overview of how the roles and responsibilities of each of the six main professionals in the construction value chain interact and come together to construct a building from blue-print to reality
This video focuses specifically what a Chartered Quanitty Surveyor is and gives an insight into what they do day-to-day and the types of projects that are worked on.
A quantity surveyor (QS) is a professional working within the construction industry concerned with construction costs and contracts.