I am currently working with Parsons Brinckerhoff India Private Limited as a Quantity Surveyor-MEP. Please see below a brief outline of my career to date. I have Five years’ experience as a Quantity Surveyor-MEP mainly working on Commercial, Residential, Engineering College projects within the Construction industry. My duties including; Estimating, Tendering, Procurement of sub-contractors, & agreeing final accounts while also helping out occasionally with the programming of new projects.
Heading projects and looking after the surveying aspect from structure work to completion. I have gained vast experience as how to manage and control costs within construction projects while working within as a Main Contractor's, Developers and Extension for Client staffs Quantity Surveyor-MEP and also working closely with the Site management, and the Design Team. Now working as a Quantity Surveyor-MEP .I am getting an insight into dealing with various main contractors.
I also have a good working knowledge of Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, Excel and AutoCad and ETAP
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