As Construction Cost Consultants and Quantity Surveyors, Rawlinsons (W.A.) provide accurate and timely cost advice throughout both the planning and construction phases of a building project, ensuring clients receive maximum value for money by reducing both capital and on-going costs and preventing cost overruns.
A Rawlinsons (W.A.) Director is always be heavily involved in all projects, especially in the early stages of design where there is often a real absence of documentation. At this time, the experience of the Quantity Surveyor is critical in making the appropriate allowances for non-detailed items as well as the identification of risk and allowing a suitable contingency to cover such items.
Rawlinsons (W.A.) prides itself on its reputation within the construction
industry for producing comprehensive, accurate, and easy to follow Bills of
Quantities (BOQ). This standard is maintained by allocating proficient staff to BOQ production with most surveyors having a minimum of 10 years of BOQ experience. All Bills are produced in-house including services measurement, with no work outsourced. This process ensures a co-ordinated and controlled document being produced.
Rawlinsons (W.A.) are advocates for the measurement of mechanical
and electrical trades in Bill of Quantities. The measurement of these services trades proves effective in trade comparison, valuation of progress claims and assessment of variation claims.
As the compilors, editors and publishers of the Rawlinsons Australian Construction Handbook, Rawlinsons (W.A.) cost database has the most up to date pricing available, tracks market trends, labour awards and base material costs. Through this publication Rawlinsons (W.A.) has a great understanding of bench marking rates for various facilities.
With over 64 years in the industry, Rawlinsons (W.A.) has the technical knowledge, experience and capabilities to ensure your financial interests are protected and ensuring you, the client, receives the best value for money from the design, construction and operation of your asset.
Eliminating the risk of financial surprises
Adopting a pro-active rather than reactive approach to cost management
Ensuring that Stakeholders are fully informed on all cost matters, at all times