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United Arab Emirates

UAE-Quantity Surveyor

Job Description
Assist the Senior Quantity Surveyor in the preparation of quantities estimates, tender documents, and the preparation and compilation of necessary information.
  • Preparation of Construction Cost Estimates
  • Preparation of Tender Documentation;including detailed Bill of Quantities
  • Preparation of Tender Reports; including for critical analysis and comparison of tenders.
  • Preparation of Contract Documentation.
  • Cost Impact Assessment Reports for Potential Variations
  • Attending and recording Client, Commercial and Progress Meetings
  • Preparation of Monthly Progress Reports
  • Preparation of Executive Cost Reports for decision making
  • Project coordination from inception to completion in liaison with the Design Team and Client Representatives
  • Preparation of Development Appraisals
  • Evaluation and reporting on Tenders and Contractual Issues
  • Examining and agreeing Interim Valuations
  • Preparation of Interim Payment Recommendations
  • Review of Contractor’s Claims
  • Assisting in the preparation of Employer’s Claims
  • Cost Control and Reporting during Construction Stage
  • Preparation of Interim Cost Reports
  • Preparation and of Final Accounts


BSc degree in Quantity Surveying

Must have MEP & Structure experience 
5 years experience
2 years in UAE
Proficient in the use of CATO & Cost X
BIM experience is a plus

DXB-Senior Quantity Surveyor

Job Description

Responsible for calculating, estimating, managing and refining all monetary costs and expenditures associated with a construction project.

Reading and Analysis:

  • Interpret design drawings and comprehend construction processes.
  • Review contract documents thoroughly to understand project requirements.
  • Correlate specifications to ensure alignment with project objectives.
  • Assess the cost implications of changes to the project scope.

Cost Management:

  • Advise on cost limits and budgets for the project.
  • Maintain comprehensive registers of financial approvals, payments, variations, and change orders.
  • Produce regular reports and promptly alert management of any forecasted cost overruns or underruns, providing recommendations for corrective action.
  • Perform various cost engineering functions including cost control, budget preparation, cash flow projection, forecasting, and cost reporting under limited supervision.

Procurement and Risk Management:

  • Review all purchase orders to assess committed costs.
  • Collaborate with construction personnel, clients, and contractors to review proposed cost changes.
  • Monitor market changes and site conditions that may affect project costs.
  • Advise on procurement strategies to optimize project expenditures.
  • Conduct cost planning and management throughout the project lifecycle.

Commercial Analysis:

  • Identify, analyze, and develop responses to commercial risks associated with the project.
  • Conduct cost analysis for repair and maintenance project work.

Documentation and Reporting:

  • Perform risk, value management, and cost control activities.
  • Stay updated on different building contracts in current use.
  • Analyze tenders and prepare comprehensive tender reports.
  • Provide summarized and detailed reports on project activities.

Collaboration and Coordination:

  • Understand and comply with Health and Safety regulations.
  • Liaise with other Quantity Surveyors (SQSs) and Assistant Quantity Surveyors (AQSs) to collect, review, and compile data for cost estimation.
  • Review and measure works executed on-site, including variations and cost estimates.
  • Collaborate with Contractor’s/Subcontractors’ Quantity Surveyors to agree on various measurements.
  • Prepare internal progress claims on a monthly basis, even in the absence of submissions from Contractors/Subcontractors.
  • Evaluate the value of works executed on-site on a monthly basis.

Cost Estimation and Advisory:

  • Review and provide advice on cost estimates related to both design and construction works.
  • Evaluate and advise on estimates of alternative designs or materials, preliminary budgets, and potential cost-saving measures.
  • Assess and advise on cost implications introduced by third-party demands.

Variations and Payments:

  • Draft variations to be implemented by the Contractor/Subcontractors, either through direct instruction or by requesting proposals for varying works.
  • Review and provide valuation/recommendation to the Client for Payment Applications submitted by the Contractor/Subcontractors, issuing Interim Payment Certificates reflecting the amount deemed due with all necessary details.
  • Verify price statements submitted by the Contractor/Subcontractors for day work, adjusting as required based on substantiation provided.

Value Engineering and Quality Assurance:

  • Evaluate and advise on any Value Engineering proposals presented by the Contractor/Subcontractors during the construction phase of the project.
  • Ensure adherence to deadlines and quality standards, considering the broader impact beyond individual responsibilities.
  • Focus on completing a set of related tasks for a particular section or service while remaining adaptable to accommodate new tasks as necessary.



  • Degree in Quantity Surveying or cognate Bachelor degree. Master in Engineering Management, QS or in Financial Management are a plus.
  • Proven experience in cost engineering within the construction industry.
  • Strong analytical skills with attention to detail.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal abilities
  • MRICS is a plus

AUH- Senior Project Manager


Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Job Description

To Work with the client and external stakeholders to develop and manage assigned component projects, including development of the scope of works, preparation of the project plans establishment and monitoring of the project program, integration of requirements across all functions, monitoring the execution, budget invoices, project delivery, reporting, co-ordination with all stakeholders.

Minimum experience 10 years of similar projects.

AUH- Project Manager


Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Job Description

Assist the Senior Project Manager in developing and managing assigned component projects; including development of the scope of works, preparation of the project plans establishment and monitoring of the project program, integration of requirements across all functions, monitoring the execution, budget invoices, project delivery, reporting, co-ordination with all stakeholders.

Minimum experience 5 years of similar projects.

AUH- Commercial Manager


Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Job Description

This senior position is pivotal for project success, overseeing costs, contracts, and risks across the project lifecycle. Responsibilities span from pre-contract tasks like preparing Bills of Quantities and cost estimates to post-contract duties such as contract administration, variation management, and financial control. Enhances cost estimation and facilitates effective change control. This role offers the opportunity to lead complex projects, manage stakeholder relationships, and make strategic decisions contributing to project triumph.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Mastery of measurement rules and standard methods
  • Reviewing tender documents and drafting Bills of Quantities
  • Collecting pricing data and supporting cost assessment negotiations
  • Crafting cost estimates utilizing benchmarking and market data
  • Contract administration and oversight of payment provisions
  • Managing change control processes and valuing Variations (VOs)
  • Assessing prolongation costs and issuing Payment Certificates
  • Analyzing risks and executing informed mitigation strategies
  • Monitoring project progress against cash flow and budget
  • Generating cost reports and overseeing Work In Progress (WIP) reports and final accounts
  • Tracking and reporting potential risks and cost variations
  • Demonstrating proficiency in scheduling principles and project control techniques
  • Cultivating positive client relationships and offering expert advice
  • Analyzing client briefs and formulating detailed client proposals
  • Managing client expectations and addressing complaints effectively
  • Proficiency in accounting principles and interpreting financial statements
  • Monitoring capital costs and assessing the impact of sustainability measures
  • Advising clients on the financial implications of project decisions
  • Understanding common procurement routes (Design & Build, etc.)
  • Assisting in tendering processes and evaluating tenderers
  • Securely managing project information using electronic filing systems
  • Familiarity with local regulations and building codes
  • Demonstrating knowledge of construction industry best practices
Education & Experience:
  • Degree / Diploma / Professional Degree in Engineering, Quantity Surveying, Architecture, or equivalent
  • Membership in a Professional Body (RICS, CIOB, CIArb, etc.)
  • Minimum of 20 years of experience

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