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Integrated Construction Management



TKIS provides advice on all aspects of quantity surveying, including cost analysis of the work, risk management and cost control, establishment of the client's requirements, procurement strategies, preparation of contract documents, valuation of completed work and arrangement of payments, and assessment of the cost impact of variation orders.

It is the policy of TKIS to provide high-quality Quantity Surveying and Estimating Services to consultants and clients in both the private and public sectors, including contractors and sub-contractors that consistently meet and exceed the requirements and reasonable expectations of all our clients. We tailor our service to meet the particular needs and objectives of each client and project to fulfil your criteria and deliver the best possible value for your project.

TKIS quantity surveyors have been trained as construction cost consultants. We have expert knowledge of costs, values, finance, contractual arrangements and legal matters in the construction field.

The following is a selection of the Quantity Surveying and Estimating Services offered by our practice:

Quantity Surveying Services for Consultants, Private and Public Sector Clients

  • Budget estimating
  • Cost planning
  • Procurement advice
  • Contractual advice
  • Advice on contractor selection
  • Preparation of tender and contract documentation i.e. bills of quantities, schedules of rates, etc
  • Bid document review
  • Tender analysis, negotiations, and selection
  • Tender reports and recommendations
  • Cash flow projections
  • Cost control and reporting during the construction stage
  • Valuing and agreeing to contract variations
  • Valuation of work in progress
  • Payment recommendation
  • Negotiation and agreement of final accounts

Quantity Surveying, Estimating and Tendering Services for Building Contractors and Sub-Contractors

  • Estimating and Tendering
  • Bills of Quantities
  • Preparation and submission of tender for contractors and sub-contractors
  • Negotiating tender
  • Submission of interim valuations, progress applications and agreed payments
  • Valuing and agreeing variations
  • Cost control and reporting during the construction stage
  • Negotiation and agreement of final accounts