Senior Quantity Surveyor Catherine Greene
HOW LONG HAVE YOU WORKED WITH ARDMAC? I have worked in Ardmac since October 2017. HOW DID YOU GET TO WHERE YOU ARE TODAY? Throughout school I was always interested in the STEM subjects, I knew I wanted to work with numbers but just wasn’t sure in what career path. After discussing it with my Dad who works in construction he told me about Quantity Surveying and from there I read up about the course in Ulster University, enrolled and haven’t looked back since. WHY DID YOU CHOOSE ARDMAC? Ardmac work in many different areas of the construction industry, from Fit-Out to Design and Build, Pharmaceutical to Cleanrooms not just in Ireland but throughout the UK and Europe too. There are always opportunities to work in the different units of Ardmac which has always been really attractive to me as it is a way of continuing to develop and learn. The vast opportunities that Ardmac can provide were definitely one of the main reasons why I chose Ardmac.
Quantity construction economists, sometimes known as construction cost consultants, work for either the client or contractor and can be based in an office or on site. surveyors and Their role is to manage all costs relating to construction projects from initial design calculations to the final account, seeking to minimise costs and enhance value for money, while achieving the required standards and quality.
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