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DATS Cost Management, Quantity Surveyors,86 Wordsworth Road, Swinton, Manchester, UK. M27 9SE

Tel: 07983 546053

DATS Cost Management Limited UK is a newly formed Quantity Surveying company in the UK created to suit the needs of Clients looking for help, assistance and advice understanding and interpreting construction costs and contractual arrangements associated with various forms of construction activities.

About Us

The role of a quantity surveyor is to manage the costs relating to construction projects. This may include new builds, renovations or maintenance work. From early design costs to final figures, quantity surveyors seek to minimise the costs of the project and enhance value for money whilst ensuring that the project meets all contractual requirements. The quantity surveyor still acts as an important role in the construction industry in their current role and their skills and knowledge help them to bear the responsibilities and make many effects to the time, cost, quality and management within the construction industry.

Quantity surveyor duties typically include;

> Cost planning

> Life cycle costing

> Value management

> Preliminary cost advice

> Procurement methods

> Contractual advice

> Conducting feasibility studies to estimate materials, time and labour costs

> Preparing, negotiating and analysing costs for tenders and contracts

> Valuation of construction work and arranging for payments

> Tendering and Tendering Appraisals

> Cost control & financial management

Professional UK Quantity Surveying Service

All costs will be advised in a clear and open manner to suit the individual’s requirements.  Each task being can be clearly defined and costed either on an hourly, lump sum or daily charge basis. An output is agreed and variations managed collaboratively and priced accordingly.

Transparent Process

As Quantity Surveyors, DATS Cost Management Limited UK have the following skills;

Comprehensive Service

> Independence

> Adaptability

> Initiative taking

> Willingness to learn

> Ability to reflect on what has

and what has not been achieved

> Presentation of clear information

> Self-management

> Critical Analysis

> Ability to listen to others

> Computer literacy

> Commercial Awareness

> Prioritising

> Negotiating

> Acting morally & ethically

> Coping with ambiguity & complexity