Quantity Surveyor Report

Quantity Surveyors are cost accounting specialists specifically working in the property and construction sector, within both a consumer and corporate market.

Asset Economics only uses qualified Quantity Surveyors for your construction projects and tax depreciation schedules.

Our main focus is to ensure that every project runs smoothly and that property investors obtain every last cent of tax depreciation allowance they are legally entitled to.

So what do Quantity Surveys do?

Quantity Surveyors estimate and monitor construction costs, from the feasibility stage of a project through to the completion of the construction period. After construction, a quantity surveyor is involved with tax depreciation schedules, tax depreciation surveying, replacement cost estimation for insurance purposes and, if necessary, mediation and arbitration.

Our Quantity Surveyors work on any major construction that is carried out. Our projects range from office blocks, schools, hospitals and factories to bridges, railways, mining, shipbuilding and large process engineering works such as oil refineries. Any major project that you might throw our way, we can handle.

Rest easy knowing that every person who comes into contact with your project is qualified in the area, whether that is the Quantity Surveyors or the technicians that assist them. All of our staff are specialists in the profession.

The Quantity Surveyor may also be known as a Construction Economist, or Cost Manager as they work closely with architects, financiers, engineers, contractors, suppliers, project owners, accountants, insurance underwriters, solicitors, courts and with all levels of government authorities.

If you have a construction project that needs expert management form a professional Quantity Surveyor, get in contact.

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