Senior Quantity Surveyor at Proportion Construction and Dredge Works Nigeria Limited

Proportion Construction and Dredge Works Nig Ltd

Job Description / Responsibility

Price or forecast the cost of different materials needed for projects

Prepare tender documents, contracts, budgets, bills of quantities and other documentation

Track changes to the design and/or construction work and adjust budget projections accordingly

Procure or agree the services of contractors and/or subcontractors who work on the construction of the Projects

Liaise with the client and other construction professionals, such as Site Managers, Project Managers and Site Engineers

Prepare tender and contract documents, including bills of quantities with the architect and/or the client

Job Responsibility:

Must possess a practical and logical mind and a methodical way of thinking

Identifying document and coordinating with the construction managers to resolve potential issues.

Analysing information, reporting and recommendations.

Quantifying and estimating costs for all proposed variations / change orders.

Participating in all change order negotiations.

Preparing, as required, cost estimates for each potential change.

Generating and processing necessary change order documentation.

Recommending approval/disapproval of change orders to the senior project manager.

Reviewing the commercial aspects of proposed contract changes.

Resolving requests for equitable adjustment, contract disputes and contract claims.

Contract interpretation.

Management of provisional sum expenditures.

Monthly cost reporting.

Educational Requirements

    A good University Degree or its equivalent in Quantity Survey

Experience Requirements

    10 - 15 years' experience

    Minimum of 7 years related experience in (Projects) Roads and Highways Quantities is a must

Additional Job Requirements

    Must be a member of Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (NIQS and QSRBN)

    Required Project Experiences:

    Measurement/Estimating/Costing for:

    Road/Bridge/Drain Construction

    Dam Construction

    Industrial/Warehouse Construction

    High-rise Office/Residential Buildings

    Commercial Buildings

    Residential Estate Buildings

    System Building Construction

    HV, MV, LV ELV Electrical/Mechanical/other Services Installation

    Aluminum/Carpentry/Woodwork Fabrication

Company Information
Proportion Construction and Dredge Works Nig Ltd Address : No 10, Adamu Attah Close, Off Jonathan Meriye Street, Zone B Extension, Apo , Abuja , Nigeria Web : Website

Job Summary

Proportion Construction and Dredge Works Nig Ltd
  • Category : Building & Construction
  • Posted on : 15 Mar 2019
  • Job Type : Full Time
  • No. of Vacancies : 1
  • Employer : Proportion Construction and Dredge Works Nig Ltd
  • Experience : 3
  • Salary : Negotiable
  • Location : Abuja
  • Application Deadline : 22 Mar 2019

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