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FAQs About Quantity Surveyors

What is a Quantity Surveyor? A Quantity Surveyor is a professional who manages all aspects of the cost of a construction project, from the initial estimates and budgets, to the final cost analysis and settlement of any claims.

  1. What qualifications do you need to become a Quantity Surveyor? In Ireland, Quantity Surveyors typically hold a degree in Quantity Surveying, Construction Economics or a related field.

  2. What are the responsibilities of a Quantity Surveyor? A Quantity Surveyor's responsibilities include: cost planning, value engineering, risk management, procurement, contract administration, and dispute resolution.

  3. What kind of industries do Quantity Surveyors work in? Quantity Surveyors can work in a wide range of industries including construction, engineering, and property development.

  4. What are the benefits of being a Quantity Surveyor? Quantity surveying offers many benefits like flexible working hours, good pay, and the opportunity to work on a variety of projects.

  5. What are the key skills required for a Quantity Surveyor? Key skills for a Quantity Surveyor include: strong numerical and analytical skills, excellent communication and negotiation skills, knowledge of construction techniques and materials, and the ability to work well under pressure.



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