Last edited 04 Dec 2020

Cost and bonus surveyor

A cost and bonus surveyor (also known as a 'bonus surveyor'), is responsible for setting up, measuring and recording packages of work and bonus targets for construction projects.

Many of their duties and responsibilities are similar to those of a quantity surveyor, and employment requirements can often stipulate previous experience as a quantity surveyor.

Some of the duties and responsibilities of a cost and bonus surveyor might include:

Some of the key skills required for a cost and bonus surveyor are as follows:

  • Negotiation.
  • Numeracy and literacy.
  • Methodical approach to preparing bonus record sheets.
  • Ability to work independently to tight deadlines.

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