- Feasibility Cost Appraisals
- Robust Detailed Cost Plan
- Cost and Value Management
- Change Control
- Proactive involvement with Design Teams to facilitate tight financial controls
- Strategic Project Delivery
- Project Coordination and Planning
- Contractual Procurement
- Supplier and Sub-contractor Management
- Tender document preparation
- Provision of Detailed Bills of Quantities*
- Strict Financial Management During Construction phase
- Dispute Resolution
- Final Account Providing “Best Value For Money” to the Client
- Post-Contract Assessment
Provision of Detailed Bills of Quantities
While some quantity surveying practices have dispensed with the use of Bills of Quantities, Storrier & Donaldson believe they are crucially important for those projects where cost control is critical.
- With professionally prepared Bills of Quantities, main contractors can price the project on a level playing field.
- The project design is much more thoroughly interrogated at an early stage, which allows time to reconsider and improve the design without incurring additional contractual costs and delays.
- Experience has shown that questions raised at the pre-billing stage have saved time on site that would otherwise be lost.