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06 / 05 / 2020

Sometimes you just can’t find the right home, so you opt for the obvious solution – build your own. It can be an exciting time building your dream home from scratch and watching (or even helping) every completed step lead closer to the final product. But financing such a project can be a bit tricky if you…

10 / 03 / 2020

We’ve spoken about renovating your home in the past (and ways you can finance it), but today we’re going to be concentrating exclusively on renovating with the intent on increasing your home’s value. There are several key areas you can concentrate on during a renovation that will achieve this and our expert residential quantity surveyor…

27 / 02 / 2020

Renovations are exciting and challenging times. This is more so the case when we talk about commercial renovations as they’re generally larger-scale projects compared to residential renovations. It’s important to have every little bit planned and laid out before going ahead with any work. This is where a quantity surveyor in Sydney can help you…

23 / 01 / 2020

Section 94 contributions – otherwise known as reports – are not always required for development projects. The only time you’ll need a Section 94 contribution is if your project exceeds an estimated cost of half a million dollars. If this is the case, then a Section 94 contribution is for you. In today’s blog, we’re going to…

09 / 12 / 2019

There are many aspects that a building quantity surveyor deals with on a day-to-day basis. One of those aspects is a bill of quantities – or BOQ for short. No construction job should be authorised or executed without a bill of quantities. This alone should highlight just how crucial this bill is. So you know…

07 / 11 / 2019

There’s a lot of terminology that gets thrown around in the construction world and it can be hard to keep up with them all. Things like drawdown reports and progress claims are common terms that will pop up during a construction project. Whilst not essential, it’s still helpful for you to understand these terms as…