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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.

London

London is the largest city in the England and the capital of the United Kingdom. London is Europe’s third most populous city with a diverse population of 9 million, speaking around 300 languages. A vast network of overhead railway and underground trains provide connectivity across London, to help commuters and tourists get about.

Split into various neighbourhoods and suburbs, key employment areas of London include the City financial district, Westminster, Camden & Islington, Canary Wharf and Lambeth & Southwark. There’s also a vast range of sector expertise in London, including: financial, insurance, real estate, creative industries, legal, accountancy and professional services.