Quantity Surveyor

The roles and responsibilities of the Surveyor include, but are not restricted to, the following:


  • Representing CCL Facades and leading commercial negotiations in a professional manner

Project Management

  • Preparing and submitting timely applications for payment in compliance with contractual terms
  • Identifying, valuing and agreeing variations with the main contractor
  • Liaising with the main contractor to agree interim valuations and final accounts
  • Monitoring and managing the timely issue of payment notices and pursuing late payments
  • Setting up templates for monthly applications and project reports for secured projects
  • Proactively advising construction, design and procurement on all commercial matters and the commercial implications of decisions
  • Compiling records of progress and delay in accordance with the Sub-Contract conditions and the Project teams’ records in order to defend charges arising out of delay and secure available entitlement or delay and disruption

Sub-Contractor Administration

  • Setting CIS sub-contractor labour rates for measurement of CIS operatives
  • Placing sub-contract works orders for the on-site labour element, drafting up the breakdown of measure documents and issuing out to the installation sub-contractors
  • Measuring and valuing the works completed by CIS Sub-Contractors as required and issuing timely payment notices
  • Completing and submitting timely CIS Sub‐Contract Payment Schedules for approval and payment
  • Ensuring the timely receipt of all CIS Sub-Contractor invoices
  • To compile information on the project labour spend to ensure that works are being installed within the tender allowance
  • Monitoring and managing sub-contractor accounts, agreeing variations and final accounts with each sub-contractor and recovering costs through variation claims to the main contractor or by contra-charge to the relevant sub-contractor or supplier
  • Completing payment certificates for all sub-contract invoices on a monthly basis or as otherwise required and issuing timely payment notices and pay less notices as required under the sub-contract


  • Carrying out take-offs for procurement purposes
  • Carrying out buying exercises on materials, plant and sub-contractors & other key preliminary items
  • Procuring materials, plant and specialist sub-contract packages


  • Preparing timely standing and ad-hoc commercial reports as required
  • Conducting commercial evaluations including evaluating/ tracking costs against project margin
  • Forecasting certified income (cashflow) and declared turnover monthly and as and when required
  • Identifying and immediately reporting to line management significant changes in commercial risk profile or income and / or cost projections

Dispute Resolution

  • Identifying and notifying management of disputes that may require senior level intervention
  • Assisting in the management and administration of dispute resolution procedures


  • Provide ad-hoc cashflow and commercial advice in the preparation of bids and negotiation of sub-contracts

Legal & Contractual

  • Advising the project team on the specific contractual obligations for each project
  • Provide ad-hoc specific contractual advice as requested and required from time to time
  • Identifying and notifying management of potential contractual problems

Personal Development

  • Undertaking appropriate training as personally identified or as directed by the company
  • Deputising for your line manager for specified periods of time and duties as and when expressly directed
  • Undertaking specified tasks outside your current remit as directed from time to time


  • Complying with the requirements of the BMS in carrying out all duties
  • Carrying out the role safely, accurately and efficiently
  • Carrying out any reasonable request from your line manager

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