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What is a Quantity Surveyor?
Quantity surveyors are the financial consultants of the construction industry whose training and experience qualify them to advise on cost and contractual arrangements and to prepare contract documents. They act in liaison with architects, consulting engineers and contractors to safeguard the client's interest. They are independent experts who operate in a specialised area of the construction industry. 
 
The title quantity surveyor was reserved under the Quantity Surveyors' Act of 1970 for exclusive use by those who had obtained the necessary qualifications and experience prescribed under the Act. In terms of it, such persons must register with the South African Council for Quantity Surveyors before they may offer their service as consultants to the public. 
 
 
       
 
QUANTITY SURVEYING
 
PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT
 
FINANCIAL CONTROL
 
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
FEASIBILITY STUDIES
CASH FLOW BUDGETS

 

 

WHAT WE DO:
We cover  discipline, planning and organizing, securing and managing resources to bring about the successful completion of specific QS project goals and objectives.      
We take on small to large projects and can prepare the Bill of Quantities for your project to ensure a tender process that will prevent misunderstandings on what is part of the scope of the project.     
 
 

 

 

 

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The Association of South African Quantity Surveyors
ASAQS Gala Evening and Conference 2017

Thank you for your overwhelming support!

The ASAQS wishes to thank its members for their overwhelming response to our premier annual event.

We have received 164 registrations for our Gala Evening and our Conference bookings have been closed at 234 registrations for the past week

We also have a waiting list of persons who would like to attend in the event of a cancellation.

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WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE
 
 

What is a Quantity Surveyor?
Quantity surveyors are the financial consultants of the construction industry whose training and experience qualify them to advise on cost and contractual arrangements and to prepare contract documents. They act in liaison with architects, consulting engineers and contractors to safeguard the client's interest. They are independent experts who operate in a specialised area of the construction industry. 
 
The title quantity surveyor was reserved under the Quantity Surveyors' Act of 1970 for exclusive use by those who had obtained the necessary qualifications and experience prescribed under the Act. In terms of it, such persons must register with the South African Council for Quantity Surveyors before they may offer their service as consultants to the public. 
 
 
       
 

QUANTITY SURVEYING
 
PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT
 
FINANCIAL CONTROL
 

PROJECT MANAGEMENT
FEASIBILITY STUDIES
CASH FLOW BUDGETS

 

 

WHAT WE DO:
We cover  discipline, planning and organizing, securing and managing resources to bring about the successful completion of specific QS project goals and objectives.      
We take on small to large projects and can prepare the Bill of Quantities for your project to ensure a tender process that will prevent misunderstandings on what is part of the scope of the project.     
 
 

 

 

 

FOLLOW US
 

 

 
IN THE NEWS
The Association of South African Quantity Surveyors
ASAQS Gala Evening and Conference 2017

Thank you for your overwhelming support!

The ASAQS wishes to thank its members for their overwhelming response to our premier annual event.

We have received 164 registrations for our Gala Evening and our Conference bookings have been closed at 234 registrations for the past week

We also have a waiting list of persons who would like to attend in the event of a cancellation.

READ MORE