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Role of Quantity Surveyor – Traditional Role

Quantity Surveyor (QS) is a very versatile professional who works in the construction industry due to his ability to perform many roles related to...
Stakeholders in the construction industry

The Main Stakeholders in the Construction Industry

Stakeholders in the construction industry or otherwise, are those that might influence the project or be influenced by it or its outputs. It makes...
Types of Tendering

Types of Tendering in Construction Industry

What is Types of Tendering? Tendering is the process of obtaining valid offers from the prospective tenderers and evaluate & selecting the successful bidder to...
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Contingency Sum in Construction Contracts

What is a Contingency? First of all, we need to understand the general meaning of contingency before explaining the other terms of construction contingency sum...
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Evolved Role of Quantity surveyor in Construction Industry

In the previous article, we discussed the traditional role of the quantity surveyor. Now you are going to study the Evolved Role of the...
Types of lump sum contract

Lump Sum Contract | Advantages and Disadvantages

What is a Lump Sum Contract? Firstly, We have to understand what is a Lump Sum contract. If you are working in the construction sector,...
Quantity Surveyor role in the construction industry

Quantity Surveyor – Introduction To Quantity Surveying

Who is a Quantity Surveyor? The Quantity Surveyor is a leading internal stakeholder in the construction industry. They have in-depth knowledge of construction costs and...
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Tendering Process in The Construction Industry

Step 01 - Preparation of Tender Document Usually, the tendering process is starting with the preparation of the tender document. This is one of the...

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