A project can only be completed with all of the necessary supplies and labor, both of which are costly. It might be difficult to create a budget that keeps costs low while optimizing the project’s quality and scope. This is why accurate cost estimation is critical.

The practice of projecting the financial and other resources required to accomplish a project within a stated scope is known as cost estimating in project management. Cost estimation produces a total number that sets a project’s budget by accounting for each aspect required for the project, from materials to labor. An early cost estimate can help an organization decide whether or not to approve a project, and if it does, the estimate can help define the project’s scope. If the cost estimate is too high, a company may elect to scale back the project to match their budget (this is also essential).

Why Choose Us?

We provide:

  • Cost of plans and construction
  • Bills of Quantities & Schedule of Rates
  • Construction cashflow programs
  • Grant/land Tenure applications Negotiations, Planning applications and appeals
  • Building regulations and exceptional negotiations
  • Landlord’s approval
  • Party walls
  • Litigation and Arbitration interior design
  • Preliminary cost estimates