Civil Structural Analysis

Quantity Surveying and Estimation

Quantity surveying is a field within construction where construction costs are estimated and managed. The Quantity Surveyor (QS), a Construction Economist or Cost Manager, is among a group of expert counselors in the construction industry. As a Quantity Surveyor, you will seek to minimize the cost and risk of a construction project and enhance value for money, while still achieving the required legal standards and quality. Also, learn to identify the client’s needs and estimate the cost and scales of materials.

Dynatech aims to provide professionals with a comprehensive understanding of quantity surveying and cost estimation principles specifically tailored to civil engineering projects. It will cover essential techniques and methodologies for accurately estimating project costs, managing budgets, and ensuring the successful execution of construction projects.

Course content

a. Roles and responsibilities of quantity surveyors/ Organisational flow chart
     i. As QS of Client
     ii. As QS of Consultant
     iii. As QS of Contractor
b. Traditional and Modern Services offered by Quantity Surveyor
c. Basics of Quantity Surveying Standards

a. Microsoft Excel (For Calculations and Estimation using formulas)
b. Autodesk Autocad (Estimation based on Drawing)
c. PlanSwift Software
     i. Introduction to the software
     ii. Scope of Quantity surveying using software – Quantity Take off for construction Estimating

a. Pre-Construction Phase
b. Construction Phase
c. Tender Phase
d. Design Phase
e. Hand Over Phase

a. Introduction to Contract study
b. Types of contracts
c. Conditions of contract
     i. Detailed instructions to Tenderer
     ii. Important clauses
     iii. Forms of Tender
     iv. Tender form examples
d. Introduction to Tender and Tendering Types in Construction
e. The tendering process in Construction
     i. Pre-Tender stage
     ii. Tender Opening Process
     iii. Closing of Tender
f. Tender Package and Tender Event Schedule

a. STUDY OF FIDIC 1999 (Conditions of Contract in Construction)
b. Objectives of FIDIC
c. Contractual Laws by FIDIC

a. Study about POMI
b. Overview of POMI in preparation of BOQ by Following international Standards
c. General Requirements and Using Different Scopes of Work

a. What is BOQ and How to prepare BOQ
b. Sections of BOQ as per POMI
c. Quantity Take Off
d. Rate Analysis
     i. Importance of Rate Analysis
     ii. Analysis of rates required in the construction industry
     iii. Calculation of Rate analysis
e. Preparation of Payments

a. Types of Estimates and Its Preparation
b. Purpose of Estimation
c. Types and Preparation of cash flow
d. Cash flow in construction
e. Different examples of Cash flow

a. Preparation of BBS
b. Samples for BBS

a. Importance of Project closeout
b. Process of project closeout
c. Process of Handing over a project

Quantity Surveying and Estimation

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