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Quantity Surveying

Develop Your Career in Quantity Surveying

A career as a Quantity Surveyor can be rewarding and offer very diverse job duties and locations in which to work around the world.

Quantity Surveyors can be employed by companies in the construction and property industries to save them money or to maximise the money they seek to receive.  They can also work closely on contractual and legal matters in close association with claims consultants and lawyers or closely with architects to cost project or draft scheme designs.

Quantity Surveyor jobs can be found within a range of sectors including building, civil engineering, M&E and property related construction to name but a few.

Quantity Surveying professionals are in great demand with jobs available to work on projects in London, across the South East of England, across the UK and in Middle East locations such as Dubai as well as in Hong Kong and a number of parts of Asia.

The Career Progression of a Quantity Surveyor

This link provides a brief overview of the progression path a quantity surveying career can take, and an outline of the different industry sectors within which quantity surveyors can work.

If the above information has given you a few ideas to consider, why not search our database of live quantity surveying vacancies to find a suitable position? 

 

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The Irish government is inviting applications for funding from a sports infrastructure programme with at least €100m to spend.

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Rail Baltica project moves forward

Development of design and construction guidelines is now under way for 870km Rail Baltica project.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 20 November, 06:33 Read more »

Dublin businesses call for more transport and homes

Dublin’s chamber of commerce has called for urgent investment in the city’s public transport infrastructure and housing stock to cater for a growing number of people working there.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 20 November, 05:47 Read more »

Ministers back plan for new Clyde bridge

Scottish government ministers have given the go-ahead for a new scheme to transform the Clyde Waterfront and improve connections across the river.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 20 November, 01:21 Read more »

Angus Council announces £44m housing plan

Angus Council has set out its plans for using £44m in funding to deliver new affordable homes.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 20 November, 01:07 Read more »
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