Quantity Surveyor (QS) normally provide a report to the Project Manager or Project Director (Giver Duties) and provide advice in decision making processes throughout the project management from start to finish.
A Quantity Surveyor (QS) must be thorough, competent and good at making estimates of cost and project cost control, administration is one of the duties and responsibilities of a QS, QS profession while also often charged with the loyalty and integrity to the company or agency where he heads.
In determining the price analysis, work items and quantity of a quantity surveyor (QS) should not be detrimental to either party.
It becomes easy course for a QS firm in pendirianya and clutching a commitment to such work.
Here are some parts of the task and responsibility of a QS in the time before and after the procurement process for construction projects:
1. Elemental Cost Estimate
3. Bill Of Quantity Prepararion
4. Tender Document Preparation
6. Estimated Tender
7. Tender Evaluation
8. Tender Clarification Meeting
9. Negotiation Meeting
1. Kick Of Meeting
2. Progress On Site
3. Variation Order Calculation / VE
4. Variation Order negotiation
5. Payment Certificate
6. Financial Statement
7. Final Accounts
Not enough for a QS if only to understand and master the administrative and economic projects, was also a quantity surveyor should also be required to understand and comprehend a single entity rather than a system that will be applied to the construction of the project, and in case ii the system in question is a system mechanical and electrical and part-bagianya, the quality of the need for systems that are used for a project will have a significant impact on cost.
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