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CR570
Quantity Surveying

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4 Years
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Quantity surveying is a practice within the construction industry which manages and controls construction costs.


 
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The Professional Quantity Surveyor is normally office based within a consultancy firm and their working hours will invariably involve visiting sites to attend site meetings and to monitor the progress and financial aspects of their construction projects.

The Contractor’s Quantity Surveyor is normally site based and involves controlling construction costs for the Contractor/Builder as they occur on site. He also procures various subcontractors to carry out different work packages for the building contract.



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