RedRay’s consultants offer an integrated, high quality quantity surveying service to built environment, infrastructure and transport industries. We have a proven record of overcoming obstacles with innovative, practical solutions to reduce the complexity, timescale and cost of projects we oversee and are part of.
RedRay’s quantity surveyors possess the diverse range of skills required to organise, plan and administer contracts, from financial and contractual arrangements to execution and management on site.
Our surveyors are either chartered or are following a tailored structured training programme working towards becoming a chartered surveyor, giving our clients confidence in their abilities and capability.
Our team of Quantity Surveying professionals will cover all pre-contract activities, contract management and administration duties during the works and post contract responsibilities.
RedRay’s quantity surveying services include:
- Contract administration
- Feasibility studies
- Procurement strategy drafting
- Tender analysis
- Subcontract management
- Contract claims
- Progress reports
- Contract close out
The Role of a Quantity Surveyor
A Quantity Surveyor is tasked with controlling and managing the costs of construction projects. As a Quantity Surveyor you could be involved with any stage of a project, from feasibility, design and construction, through to extension, refurbishment, maintenance and even demolition.
A quantity surveyor in any role will gain an understanding of the technical aspects of construction over the whole life of a project. Their will help achieve the best quality and value within the client’s specifications. Quantity surveyors will understand contracts, budgets, quantities and measurements and will use many of their core technical skills, contributing to some activities such as benchmarking, lifecycle and whole life costing, and producing/submitting reports to clients.