Reference Number: 000955
Position Sought: Intermediate Quantity Surveyor
Day Rate/Salary: £Neg
Experienced Building and Civil Engineering Quantity Surveyor who has worked for clients and main contractors under JCT and NEC forms of contract in the public and private sector. Experienced in contract administration, financial reporting, managing and valuing change, procurement, subcontractor management and valuation. High level of attention to detail, strong communication skills and proficient with I.T. databases and systems. Master’s Degree in Quantity Surveying completing summer 2020.
MSc Quantity Surveying, University College of Estate Management (RICS, CIOB & CABE)
Building Economics, Contract Administration & Practice, Law for Surveyors, Management of Construction, Procurement & Tendering, Professional Cost Management, Sustainable & Innovative Construction & Postgraduate Project.
BSc (Hons) Environmental Health, Manchester Metropolitan University
Awarded a second-class honours, upper division (2:1) degree
August 2018 to July 2020 Assistant / Quantity Surveyor Knights Brown Construction Ltd
Apr 2019 – Present Quantity Surveyor
Responsible for the commercial management of civil engineering and building projects under various forms of NEC contracts and frameworks. Recent experience includes installing a new sheet piled harbour wall, redevelopment of a waste depot and redevelopment of a live fire station.
A Fire Station Redevelopment in the building division including overseeing self-delivered groundworks by our civils division, NEC4 Option
Wessex Water responsible for up to five projects at any one time with circa £500k
Dorset Council doing a new sheet piled wall in Weymouth.
New waste depot facility in Wareham.
Aug 2018 – Mar 2019 Assistant Quantity Surveyor
Responsible for the commercial management of multiple projects for a utilities sector client enabling them to provide services for new developments and to maintain existing services.
Mar 2017 – Aug 2018 Assistant Quantity Surveyor Midas Group Ltd
Reponsible for supporting a lead surveyor on a contract to build an eight storey block of 47 apartments linked to a nursing home. I was responsible for subcontractor management, change management from client instructions, submitting applications for payment and submitting a successful insurance claim for a major weather event.
Sep 2016 – March 2017 Assistant Quantity Surveyor Align Property Consultants
Responsible for delivering a broad spectrum of client construction management services across a wide range of projects in Dorset, Hampshire and central London. I was responsible for assessing contractor valuations, measurement and pricing for cost estimates and cost plans, assessment and valuation of change, issuing contractor instructions and wider project management services for our clients.
Jan 2016 – Jun 2016 Building Surveyor Gavaghan Jones Chartered Surveyors
Resposible for supporting senior surveyors carrying out RICS Conditon Surveys, Home Buyer Surveys and Building Surveys for prospective buyers of residential and commercial properties. My experience in building surveying led to my career progression into quantity surveying encompassing a wider skill set within the built environment.
Aug 2013 – Aug 2014 – Student Envionmental Health Officer, Bournemouth Borough Council
Responsible for working within the environmental protection, food safety, health & safety and housing standards departments.
Sep 2014 – May 2015 – Swimming Coach, Manchester & Salford University Royal Naval Unit
Responsible for running a weekly one hour swimming session focussed on improving the ability, confidence and overall fitness of the members.
Sep 2013 – Aug 2014 – Caseworker, SSAFA
Responsible for managing clients cases including making a home visit to collect financial information and applying to appropriate benevolent funds and charities for support.
09/2012 – 05/2013: ‘Course Rep’, Manchester Metropolitan University
Responsible for communicating between lecturers and the student body in addition to representing student issues and concerns at board meetings with senior university staff.
Duke of Edinburgh’s Gold Award
‘A vital battle against injustice’
Article published in Environmental Health News Magazine (May 2015 Edition)
‘Analysis of a cyclist’s exposure to PM2.5 in Manchester, United Kingdom: the effects of route choice and time of travel’
Thesis submitted to Manchester Metropolitan University (2015)
Cycling, cooking, drum kit / percussion for a brass band orchestra, gardening, travel.
References are available upon request.
For further information regarding this candidate or to arrange an interview then contact Stephen Blaymires on 02380 972 394 / 07498 987 851 or email: email@example.com