Job Summary

The Quantity Surveyor is a key member of the Mechanical Section in the design centre. He supports all quantity surveying activities related to the mechanical design scope of work, including performing quantity take-offs and developing cost estimates, Bills of Quantities and technical specifications. The jobholder also supports the tendering process, through responding to tender queries related to Mechanical Sections in Bills of Quantities, as needed.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Ensure responsibilities are fulfilled with a high quality and in a cost effective manner.
  • Support the calculation of upfront, high-level project cost estimates to Design Sectors and Geographies during the project sales process, as required.
  • Ensure client satisfaction with quantity surveying deliverable's.
  • Perform quantity take-off from detailed mechanical design drawings to enable the development of Bills of Quantities for tender documents.
  • Periodically contact suppliers to research and obtain unit rates to be used for construction cost estimates related to the mechanical scope of work.
  • Closely work with design teams for the preparation of cost estimates related to the mechanical scope of work at various design stages (e.g. concept design, schematic design, draft final design, tender documents), as needed.
  • Support Senior Quantity Surveyors and Lead Quantity Surveyors with the evaluation of claims on additional works related to the mechanical scope of work submitted by contractors or cost estimates for project scope changes, as needed.
  • Implement corporate policies and procedures.
  • Upload relevant materials (e.g. construction contracts, unit rates, Bills of Quantities) in the knowledge management repository as per corporate policies and procedures.

Qualification,Skills And Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering.
  • Chartered Professional Engineering certification or equivalent is preferred.
  • 3+ years of industry experience in Architecture, Engineering and Planning Industry in a quantity surveying role.