Provide 'Order of Magnitude' costs for construction projects
Refine, monitor and control costs during design development
Prepare contract documentation
Working in government institutions or public sector
Quantity surveying in the public sector has been put to use right from the early years of Postcolonialism as colonial administrations at the time were handing over control to the new sovereign governments. Major roles of quantity surveyors in public administration are;
Managing construction projects on behalf of the government to ensure that the project is completed on time and within the budget
Giving expert advice on contractual claims arising out of construction projects
Assessing the cost of reinstatement of buildings damaged by fire, war, looting, natural disasters etc. and negotiating a settlement
Acting as an independent arbitrator in settling disputes
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