“Quantity Surveying is a profession well known throughout the world, although less so within North America. While not an immediately obvious description of a specific activity the name covers a wide range of activities that have a common theme: [i]
- The management and assessment of cost and value for money in construction projects.
“Quantity Surveyors have a long history in the worldwide construction and property development industry and are proud of their universally noted professionalism, depth of technical training, and wide ranging skills. Their work covers the full life cycle of construction from inception through design, construction, operation, and disposal.”
“Designated Professional Quantity Surveyors (PQS) and Construction Estimator Certified (CEC) professionals counsel building owners, developers, government bodies, designers and contractors at every stage of the design, procurement and construction process to help ensure a return on investment is delivered.” [ii]
Our firm works with those involved with:
- Cost Control
- Loan Monitoring
- Project Management
“Designated Professional Quantity Surveyors (PQS) and Construction Estimator Certified (CEC) professionals counsel building owners, developers, government bodies, designers and contractors at every stage of the design, procurement and construction process to help ensure a return on investment is delivered.”
The disciplines covered include:
[i] ((http://www.oiqs.org/public.asp WCE=C=47|K=107807|RefreshT=107778|RefreshS=LeftNav|RefreshD=1077781))
DAILY COMMERCIAL NEWS
A safety initiative aimed at helping to educate anyone in Nova Scotia planning on hiring a contractor to work at heights is in the works for release before the construction season starts this spring. Crafted by the Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) division of the Nova Scotia’s Department of Labour, the initiative will take the […]
The post Nova Scotia set to raise working at heights awareness appeared first on constructconnect.com.
MONTREAL — Montreal-based Resolute Forest Products Inc. has announced it will construct a commercial plant specializing in the production of cellulose filaments at its Kenogami paper mill in Quebec as well as investing in upgrades to the mill, at a total cost of $38 million. The filaments are a new sustainable biomaterial derived from wood […]
The post Resolute investing in new Quebec plant construction appeared first on constructconnect.com.
MONTREAL — The McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) and the McGill Healthcare Infrastructure Group have announced the hospital has been recognized with a second LEED Gold certification, a first in the province of Quebec. The LEED Gold for Existing Building certification was awarded by the Canada Green Building Council to the new MUHC Glen site, […]