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Senior Quantity Surveyor/Cost Control Engineer at Ghantoot Group Building Division
United Arab EmiratesEmail
Ten (10) Years of highly well experienced in the field of civil construction, Soil improvements such as stone columns & pilings, construction of high rise buildings, warehouses, public establishments & offices, villas, material take-off, scheduling, contracts management and with broad knowledge and technique on cost control & project control, cost coding, earn value, value engineering, risk management, procurement management, claims & variations management, quantity surveying,NRM-1,NRM-2,NRM-3,POMI,SMM7,CESMM-3, client interim payment applications, EOT(Extension of Time) applications & evaluations, FIDIC 1999 (Red Book) general conditions of the contract, project budget evaluation as well having a general knowledge on Estidama Pearl 2 (in UAE) documentations. Currently I’m preparing my Cost Control technical papers and will be taking the Certified Cost Control Professional (CCP) for the forthcoming month.
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