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Assistant Quantity Surveyor Water Industry Staffordshire Company / Background My client is a main contractor who has a multi-disciplined workload, predominantly in the civil engineering and water sector. The current role ...
Location: Staffordshire
Salary: £25000 - £35000 per annum + Benefits

Assistant Quantity Surveyor - Norfolk
Assistant / Graduate Quantity Surveyor – Norfolk The Opportunity We are looking for an Assistant / Graduate Quantity Surveyor to work for a leading cost and project management consultancy in Norfolk. ...
Location: Norfolk
Salary: £20000 - £30000 per annum + Package

Assistant Quantity Surveyor
Assistant Quantity Surveyor – West Midlands – Civil Engineering Our client, a top UK civils groundwork’s sub-contractor, is looking for a graduate/assistant Quantity Surveyor to join their established team in the ...
Location: Birmingham
Salary: £20000.00 - £25000.00 per annum + benefits

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Assistant Quantity Surveyor
Career information and advice on being a Assistant Quantity Surveyor

Welcome to the Assistant Quantity Surveyor careers advice and information area on careers and jobs UK. The following pages will explain to you exactly what being a Assistant Quantity Surveyor entails as well as the qualifications and know-how you will require to get a yourself a Assistant Quantity Surveyor job in the Accountancy field
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Assistant Quantity Surveyor - History Of The Profession

As a profession, Assistant Quantity Surveyor began in the 19th century. Before this time the term ‘Measurer’ was used. This person was a specialist tradesman, most likely belonging to a Guild.

The Assistant Quantity Surveyor would prepare schedules based on standard measures for building projects including materials, labour and other items necessary for construction.

This quote was then compared with other tenders to find the best price versus quality of job.

As an institution the RICS has a long history, the main dates of which are outlined below.

  • 1792 Surveyors Club
  • 1834 Land Surveyors Club
  • 1868 Institution of Surveyors
  • 1881 Granted a Royal Charter
  • 1891 Compulsory Examinations for membership
  • 1921 George V gives Royal Patronage
  • 1930 Institution of Chartered Surveyors
  • Coat of Arms with motto ‘Est modus in rebus’ (There is measure in all things)
  • 1973 Tests of Professional Competence became mandatory
  • 2006 RICS reaches 125 years holding a Royal Charter.

 

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