Professional quantity surveying Site based | Office based | Remote based covering Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and London
Creating an accurate estimate of your construction project costs will allow greater cost control when your building project starts on site, the estimating of new build or refurbishment costs will allow the required development mortgage to be obtained
We are able to offer a wide range of quantity surveying services tailored to meet your needs, we offer these services to a range of end users including large main contractors, self build, small developers, small to medium builders…………..
If you have found the perfect plot of land to build your dream house………….
We have been involved in the construction industry for over 28 years and have built up a substantial database of tradesmen
Project management We can formulate a package that suits your particular project and budget as no two projects are the same, from our experience we have found what is key to a successful project is that the roles and responsibilities are clearly defined at the outset…………..
We are always looking to expand our supply chain with reliable building companies and tradespeople. If you would like to be added to our contractor database and receive tenders relating to your specific trade(s), please complete the form below. Please
Step 10 – Contract award and prepare the formal contract At last we are finally here and only a couple of weeks away from starting on site with our chosen contractor from the tender report, exciting stuff! We now need
Step 9 – The tender report We are really making good progress now and its time to find out who the winners and losers are by completing the tender report, this is a summary of all our findings from the
Step 8 – Review and adjudicate the tender returns We read previously that we are in the position to go out to tender, then waited for the agreed tender period weeks to expire and the tenders to arrive We can
Step 7 Out to tender! So, to recap so far, we have completed the following 1. Introduction 2. Design review 3. Cost Plan 4. Design changes & meet the budget 5. Schedule of works or Bill of quantities 6. Contractor