QUANTITY SURVEYORS IN GLASGOW
We are the essential link to bring together all the elements within a design team.
In a nutshell, we prepare the budget, tender the project, and manage the costs from inception to completion.
Our Quantity Surveyors
We recruit qualified and experienced quantity surveyors to lead our QS services while offering opportunities to new talent through our internship programmes.
We are rigorous and dependable in our approach though cost-controlling, financial planning and our reporting procedures. We work across our teams to bring projects to fruition.
Our focus is on maximising the opportunities for those we partner by providing alternatives in procurement and material selection and offering a bespoke quantity surveying service to achieve the best results for our clients.
Experience is everything
We are responsible for the project cycle offering a full turnkey service including project management services; strategy feasibility assessments; project monitoring; client representation’ client advisory services; project programming and development consultancy.
Managing relationships and excellent leadership are at the core of what we do. Our project managers understand the brief and aim high for our clients. We recognise it is a privilege to help to realise their potential and to deliver their ambitions.
Communication is Key
As highly skilled quantity surveyors and project managers, we are responsible for the full project cycle transforming spaces and places with projects throughout Scotland in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dumfries, Manchester, and the rest of the United Kingdom.
We offer a turnkey service from inception to completion and work as a multidisciplinary team to utilise the skills and expertise we have in-house due to our one-stop-shop approach.
A community-led project is Midsteeple Quarter, which aims to be pioneering for the high street of Dumfries and a model for other town high streets.
Pictured is NIXON’s Operations Director, Dominic MacConnell, who is leading the project management of this £7.2 million regeneration project.