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Quantity Surveyor Course in Jhelum Sargodha

Rs 25,000.00

  • Quantity Surveyor Course in Jhelum Sargodha
  • Quantity Surveyor Course in Jhelum Sargodha
  • Quantity Surveyor Course in Jhelum Sargodha
  • Quantity Surveyor Course in Jhelum Sargodha
  • Quantity Surveyor Course in Jhelum Sargodha
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Price : Rs 25,000.00
Date : 10/09/2020
Location :Office # 27, Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza Shamsabad Rawalpindi

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Head Office :

Office # 27, Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza

(Airies Plaza), Shamsabad, Murree Road,Rawalpindi, Pakistan 0311-5193625, 0092-335-4176949,What is the quantity survey method? The quantity survey method estimates the cost of each individual item involved in the construction of the improvements. It is similar to the way contractors compute the cost they provide as a bid estimate. There is an adjustment for overhead and profit added to the total base component cost.What are the different methods of estimation? While accurate estimates are the basis of sound project planning, there are many techniques used as project management best practices in estimation as – Analogous estimation, Parametric estimation, Delphi method, 3 Point Estimate, Expert Judgment, Published Data Estimates, Vendor Bid Analysis, Reserve Analysis, Bottom.Quantity surveyors need to go to project site often for their job as well meetings with other individuals. You can also work on a variety of construction projects from hotels, office buildings to highway roads. Hence, you also get the chance to travel to different locations.What is the difference between estimation and costing?

Estimation is aimed to calculate the probable cost of the product before the manufacturing starts, and while costing is the determination of actual cost of the product by adding various elements of expenses incurred.What is quantity surveyor duties?

Quantity surveyor duties typically include Conducting feasibility studies to estimate materials, time and labour costs. Preparing, negotiating and analysing costs for tenders and contracts. Coordination of work effort. Advising on a range of legal and contractual issues. Valuing completed work and arranging for.What makes a good quantity surveyor?

Having a strong work ethic and keen mind are qualities that will help you be a good quantity surveyor. You must be a logical thinker who puts practicality above all else. You need excellent math and financial skills so that you can make sound decisions for your cost estimates and proposals.

Understand and apply the standard rules for

measurement. Standard Method of Measurement (SMM)

used in Singapore.

Interpret drawings and recognise items of work in place

and categories them into elements..

Demonstrate the booking of dimensions in a neat and

orderly fashion using the Trade-by-Trade Method of

taking-off.

Understand the difference between the Trade-by-Trade

and Group methods of taking-off.

Prepare a draft Bill of Quantities (BQ) for some of the

more basic forms of construction.

Basic Measurement Techniques

Substructure – Centre Line Method, Excavations,

Foundations – Disposal/Earthwork support,

Concrete Foundations, Walls – Brickwork/Blockwork,

Projections, Drainage – Below Ground, Above Ground,

Internal Finishes – plasterwork, wall tiles, fitted carpeting,

Roof Coverings – simple pitches, hips, valleys etc.

Apply and interpret the proper application of rules of

measurement to complex structures

Recognise items of work in place whether or not these

are displayed formally on architectural or engineering

drawings.

Have a working knowledge of the Trade-by-Trade

method of taking-off and billing

Understand the processes of the Group Method of takingoff and the subsequent processes which lead to the

production of a bill of quantities.

Understand the computerisation of the measurement

process.

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Head Office :

Office # 27, Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza

(Airies Plaza), Shamsabad, Murree Road,Rawalpindi, Pakistan 0311-5193625, 0092-335-4176949

Quantity Surveyor Course in Jhelum Sargodha.