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In the world of civil engineering, Commercial Management involves the financial aspects of each civil engineering project and is more traditionally known in the industry as Quantity Surveying.

A commercial manager will work alongside other businesses and professionals involved in a given project to ensure that all contractual documentation has been correctly prepared & signed, as well as overseeing the project, making sure that the construction team has delivered on time and, most importantly, that it falls within the financial budget.

The team at Royston Cooke has decades of engineering experience behind them that has included quantity surveying and the financial aspects of the industry, so give us a call today to discuss what we can do for you, and how we can help with the task at hand.

Typically, we are involved with the following:

• Quantity Surveying
• Project Management
• Construction Management & Supervision
• Contract documentation and the bid process in civil engineering
• Use of ICE 5th, 6th & 7th Edition, IChemE Green Book, NEC/ECC 2 & 3 and FIDIC forms of contract
• The preparation and interpretation of estimates and tender submissions
• Preambles, Bills of Quantities, Activity Schedules and Schedules of Rates
• Supply Chain Procurement and Management
• Programming
• Risk Identification, Analysis and Management
• Management of Budgets for Civil Engineering Works
• Early Value Management, Cost Forecasting, Cost/Budget/Value Comparisons and Cash Flow
• Value Engineering Techniques
• Administration of Contracts, Change Procedures and Final Accounts
• Engineers & Project Managers Instructions (EI’s & PMI’s)
• Early Warning Notices (EW), Meetings & Compensation Events (CE)
• The utilisation of labour, plant, equipment, materials and sub-contractors
• Stakeholder & 3rd Party Management
• Building Information Modelling (BIM)
• Advice on contractual matters and formulating contractual / legal correspondence
• Resolution of Contentious Issues
• Alternative Dispute Avoidance and Resolution
• Mediation