School of Property, Construction & Project Management
The following are different Surveying professions our students could look at as careers and the differences between them.
General Practice (Property and Valuation)
From building construction, civil and structural engineering to petro-chemicals and mineral extraction, all are areas in which quantity surveyors are equipped to provide advice. The following are the principal services rendered by quantity surveyors: Estimation of Construction Budget, Preliminary Cost Advice Cost Planning, Procurement Methods, Life Cycle Costing, Tendering, Cost Control & Financial Management, Contractual Administration, Value Management, Value Engineering, Project Management, Financial Claims & Programme Analysis, Dispute Resolution
Planning & Development
About RMIT Construction Management Program
Our Construction Management programs in Melbourne, Singapore and Hong Kong received accreditation from RICS/SISV/HKIS in Quantity Surveying streams. This means graduates are qualified to take the fastest pathway to become a chartered quantity surveyor should they pass the final professional interview/exam.
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