Senior Quantity Surveyor

Job Description

The Construction Small Works covers the following high-level scopes of work at a value of circa £70m PA. This roughly equates to 140 small works projects per annum though an exact number cannot be provided. It should be noted that generally individual work packages run at less than £500k.


•             Refurbishment

•             Mechanical & Electrical

•             Roofing

•             Construction Professional Services

•             Civil and Infrastructure


Frameworks currently operate under NEC 4 terms and conditions, and it is expected new frameworks will also utilise NEC 4 contract models.


The scope of this contract is to provide expert procurement and Quantity Surveying support to cover all aspects of procuring and managing an annual spend of circa £70m pa of Construction Small Works.


Detailed Requirements


The SPS Provider is required to deliver the following activities including but not limited to:


•             Support the on-going procurement process for provision of new routes to market post March 2023

•             Management and administration of Construction Small Works on-going contracts working with both suppliers and business stakeholders

•             Assessment of payment applications and associated activities

•             Close out of completed Construction Small Works contracts

•             Leading and/or supporting mobilisation of suppliers/contracts from a procurement perspective of new routes to market

•             Management of all Compensation Events associated with Construction Small Works including production of governance documentation

•             Management of all Claims associated with Construction Small Works including production of governance documentation

•             Stakeholder management

•             Conducting and/or ensuring contractual governance arrangements and KPI reporting is adhered too and appropriately reported on



BSC Quantity Surveying

Must be SC Cleared


8+ years QS Expeience with exposure to NEC4 form of contract

Must be SC Cleared



As a document controller you will be responsible for maintaining the accurate records of  company documentation. You could be sorting electronic or hard copies of project  documentation and producing reports based on this. 

The job role of a document controller involves the following duties: 

• Controlling company and project documentation 

• Following and improving document control procedures 

• Ensuring all documentation meets formal requirements and required standards • Sorting, storing and retrieving electronic and hard copy documents on behalf of  clients and industry professionals 

• Producing document progress reports for senior managers 

• Conducting regular reviews and document audits 

• Using computers to organise and distribute documents within a company • Helping in the planning stages of a specific project 

• Ensure documents are shared at key times to facilitate timely project completion • Working in an office. 


Turks and Caicos Islands 


24 months


Document coontrolling 


Document Control

To work on a commercial Job – Hotel project in the Caribbean  


As a building services engineer, you'll need to: 

• negotiate and develop project contracts and agree these with clients, if working in  consultancy and putting out tenders 

• commission, organise and assess the work of contractors 

• work with detailed diagrams, plans and drawings 

• use specialist computer-aided design (CAD) software and other resources to  design the systems required for the project 

• use and develop Building Information Modelling (BIM) to ensure systems are  coordinated in a complex construction or refurbishment project 

• manage and forecast spend, using whole life cycle costing techniques, ensuring  that work is carried out within budget and energy-efficient systems are  implemented 

• design site-specific equipment as required 

• oversee and supervise the installation of building systems and specify  maintenance and operating procedures 

• monitor building systems and processes 

• liaise closely with other professionals, including structural engineers, builders,  architects and surveyors and in-house project teams 

• attend a range of project group and technical meetings 

• ensure that the design and maintenance of building systems meets legislative  and health and safety requirements 

• work on a variety of projects within a short period of time. 


Turks and Caicos Islands 


24 months

Both accomodation and Flights are covered by the client. 

This is a tax free rate. 


Relevant Engineering Qualifications 



Our prestigious client in Leeds is seeking a telecommunications/Civils project planner for its UK wide operations.

You will need to demonstrate a wide history of project planning including optical networks and the concomitant civil engineering bias that works in tandem with the networks.In addition you will have exposure to the business as usual models such as Primavera Power Project and a raft of other suites commensurate with Project Planning. 

Major planning and understanding of infrastructure utilities and building networks is vital.

A full understanding of planning for optical systems MDU and blown fibre above ground and underground is useful but not essential a good understanding of construction project planning and telecoms network technology will suffice.


For a full and thorough brief and job description contact Stephen Baldwin.


Project Planner/ Telecoms 


Telecoms/ Project planner