M&E Quantity Surveyor - London

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M&E Quantity Surveyor - London

Location: London Salary: £50.000 - £65.000 + package

M&E Quantity Surveyor - London

Our client is a leading Mechanical, Electrical, and Instrumentation contractor with projects spanning Ireland, Mainland Europe, the Nordics, and the UK. Engaging in diverse sectors such as Pharmaceutical, Data Centre, Healthcare, Education, Commercial, and Power Generation, we are dedicated to building a hard-working and ambitious team.

Joining this dynamic environment, you will be part of a supportive culture where your ideas and contributions are highly valued. The responsibilities for this role encompass being a collaborative team player, demonstrating a willingness to learn various aspects of mechanical and electrical work, and taking ownership of a defined scope of work.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Be a team player, displaying a willingness to learn all aspects of mechanical and electrical work.
  • Take ownership and responsibility for a defined scope of work.
  • Execute works and tasks diligently and professionally.
  • Measure from plan drawings and isometrics to produce fully priced detailed bills of quantities, including labor hours and material costs.
  • Track costs and labor throughout the project, monitoring Project Hours Spent vs. Earned schedule.
  • Conduct a full construction take-off, prepare construction cost plans, and track costs and labor efficiency throughout the project.
  • Present clear and coherent take-offs, understanding NRM2 requirements and procedures.
  • Provide timely and accurate CCS submissions each month.
  • Prepare timely and accurate assessments/payment certs/payless notices for sub-contractors each month, adhering to payment conditions within the Construction Act.
  • Produce timely and accurate cash flow submissions each month.
  • Ensure the final account is agreed within a specific project timeline.
  • Mitigate the Company's exposure to third-party claims.
  • Prepare subcontract packages for procurement, agree contracts, and manage through to the final account.
  • Strive to understand tasks assigned comprehensively, recognizing their importance in the overall project.
  • Research RICS competencies and actively work towards development in these areas.
  • Proactively seek guidance from the senior QS for areas of development.
  • Focus on continuous improvement by actively seeking out opportunities to work on tasks aiding development, such as tasks not previously completed or shadowing senior QS or other team members.
  • Request regular feedback from the senior QS regarding completed tasks.


  • Minimum 6 years' experience in a similar role with an MEP contractor, managing workload and tracking progress.
  • Experience working on NEC contracts would be beneficial.

Why Choose Us?

  • Well-established company with a familial atmosphere.
  • Clear progression path, with opportunities for internal promotions.
  • Educational assistance and support for Continuous Professional Development (CPD).
  • Emphasis on collaboration through team-building, social events, and charity initiatives.
  • Commitment to employee well-being with an Employee Assistance Programme and an in-house Health & Wellbeing advisor.
To consistently deliver a recruitment service that's of an exceptional standard and guided by values of performance, trust, transparency and respect.
To work in partnership and thoroughly understand the needs and preferences of both our clients and candidates.
Collaborative, passionate, reliable and adaptable - we do not promise what we cannot deliver.