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Quantity surveyor – (Civil Engineering)

Contract - 4 months
Location Newport
Day Rate £ Rate up to £340
Date Posted 7th Sep 2017
Our Ref TUSP/QS/0709

An exciting 4-month contract has arisen for Quantity Surveyors to be based in Newport. Working for a British multinational infrastructure group with capabilities in construction services, support services and infrastructure investment. The Project is the electrification of a 40-mile train route as part of The Great Western Mainline upgrade.
The scope of the roles will be to manage and ensure commercial & contractual control and co-ordination for a section of a medium sized project or a number of smaller sized projects with a lower degree of complexity.
• Preparation and implementation of a project specific commercial strategy to ensure robust Cost Management
• Ensure Measure and Value is accurately and auditably measured
• Ensure robust Cost Control & Budget Management
• Produce and maintain “First Principle” detailed Forecast cost to completion
• Implement robust and consistent Change Management and Claims change control processes
• Maximise Income by ensuring Applications, Subcontract / Supplier payment terms
• Build strong Client and Supply Chain Relationships
• Quantity Surveying experience within Civil Engineering in the Rail sector
• Experience of financial and commercial control within a project environment
• Ability to provide contract advice to teams
• Effective negotiation skills – with internal and external customers
• An understanding of Contract Law and Insurances
• Knowledge of differing standard forms of contract
• Experience of dispute resolution

Apply today and receive contact within 24 hours!

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