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​Quantity Surveyor

Quantity Surveyors advise on contractual and financial matters for construction projects. Quantity Surveyors also support other functions regarding the financing and materials required on construction projects.

In general terms, a Quantity Surveyor is expected to manage overall costs/budgets on projects as well as developing cashflow forecasts, monthly valuations, CVR reports, accruals and more. Quantity Surveyors are generally responsible for procurement and management of sub-contract packages and payments.

Italy

Italy is a country located along Europe’s Mediterranean coast. Italy is the third most populous country in Europe, with a population of around 60 million.

In 2018 Italy attracted over 94 million tourists who visit the country to experience its incredible cities, history and ancient ruins, spectacular mountains and picturesque islands to name a few. Most visited cities in Italy include Venice, Bolzano/Bozen, and it’s capital; Rome.

 

Energy

The energy sector in Italy is booming with over 50 projects currently underway across renewable energy, power and transmission and distribution sectors. The majority of Italy’s current energy projects lie in renewable energy with a number of conventional power and renewable energy projects seeking planning permission. The energy landscape in Italy provides ample opportunity for candidates looking to progress or start their career in energy.