MEP Quantity Surveyor


Key Requirements:

  • 3rd level qualification in Quantity Surveying

  • 3 - 5 years in a similar role

  • Good working knowledge of Mechanical & Electrical work packages

  • Experience working on large scale data centres will be an advantage

    As a member of the project management team, you have the opportunity to influence safety culture onsite by demonstrating personal commitment, setting clear expectations, and effectively communicating safety policies. By consistently modelling safe behaviour, prioritising safety above productivity, and ensuring that all workers receive proper training and resources, you can foster an environment where safety is ingrained in every aspect of the construction process. Encouraging open communication, recognising and rewarding safe behaviour, and conducting regular inspections further reinforce the importance of safety. By taking these steps, you can help create a culture where safety is a shared value and a top priority for all stakeholders involved in the project.

    Reporting to the Senior MEP Quantity Surveyor and working with the Project Quantity Surveyor for the Project, as necessary, your key responsibilities will include:

Key Responsibilities:

  • Overseeing the administration and change order process associated with the MEP packages

  • Ensure all changes are captured and costings appropriately assessed and validated prior to issuing to the Design Team

  • Preparing tender and contract documents, including bills of quantities with the architect and/or the client

  • Undertaking cost analysis for repair and maintenance project work

  • Assisting in establishing a client's requirements and undertaking feasibility studies

  • Performing risk, value management and cost control

  • Advising on procurement strategy

  • Identifying, analysing, and developing responses to commercial risks

  • Preparing and analysing costings for tenders

  • Allocating work to subcontractors

  • Providing advice on contractual claims

  • Analysing outcomes and writing detailed progress reports

  • Valuing completed work and arranging payments

  • Maintaining awareness of the different building contracts in current use

  • Understanding the implications of health and safety regulations

The key individual will be articulate with good numeracy and time management skills. Will possess the ability to work independently and to prioritize tasks while maintaining good communication and engagement with the wider organisation.

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