• Quantity Surveyor
Manager is responsible for the overall commercial management of the contracts
within the responsibility of the Project Management team.
• Establishment and Maintaining consistent and adequate administration procedures which constitute the proper execution of the quantity surveying and construction of the project in collaboration with the project team. These procedures will be followed across the project by the respective quantity surveyors working under the Project Management Team.
• Management and reviewing the Project Manager’s cash flow data so that the client and management can arrange the finances need for each stage of the project.
• Manage and assess cost effects when changes to the project occur, such as delay, disruption, Loss and expense, changes in design, and value engineering.
• Management on the assessment and preparation of post-contract measurement, quantifying and estimating costs for the proposed commercial and contract claims such as change/variation orders, acceleration cost, and prolongation cost associated to extension of time c/w necessary documentation.
• Participating in all change orders negotiations.
• Management and Overseeing the maintenance of change management logs for specific project
• The quantity surveying manager is to provide professional guidance and assistance and training in commercial matters to other staff members within the project management team
• Managing and Supervising the performance of the quantity surveying team to ensure quality and timeliness in delivery of commercial matters of the project.
• Ensuring that each quantity surveyor runs his or her section to the highest professional standards, that all information is current, and that every member of the team is receiving the information he or she needs to fulfil their responsibilities.
• Reviewing and validating the application of Interim Payment certification
• Claims financial analysis and recommendation to the project team and management.
• Ensure all contract notices are issued on time and in line with the contract eg. Delay notices in relation to EOT, variation notices
• Review risk register with PM and ensure any commercial letters required are issued
• Coordinating with the Project managers to resolve potential commercial and contractual issues
• Contract interpretation, administration and contractual claims in coordination with the Contracts and insurance manager.
• Liaise with cost controllers in assessing the Monthly cost reporting from the project management team.
• Management for the assessment and preparation of statement of final account, which records the actual costs for all section of the job, in coordination with the cost control team.
• Develop standardized high level management reporting on the commercial and within the contracting division.