Quantity Surveying Course is developed primarily to help civil engineering students.In India there are very few institutes giving training on quantity surveying. EBEES has develped this course as One year program on quantity surveying coupled with training in Autocad, E-Surveying.Along with training on Contract & Arbitration delivered by renowned Mr. Sanjay Kumar Goyal,Civil Engineer with more than 27 years of experience.
16 years (year 1989 to 2005) of employment with Dumez (French consortium), Continental foundation JV (Canadian JV).
Last designation held during employment – GM (Contracts). Youngest engineer to be promoted to GM at the age of 33 years
10 years of running this consultancy company, associated with several MNC’s and major Indian companies
Specializes in large infrastructure projects e.g. Hydro-electric, highways, tunneling underground works, EPC projects, crude oil projects, EM, HM Projects.
Expertise in identification and preparation of new claims, Variation and Extra items, EOT and prolongation costs, preparation SOC for arbitration.
Billing & Quantity Surveying Designed by Er.Amod Kumar
This Course is developed
Course Content-Billing Engineering
1.Understanding the role of billing in construction Industry.
2.Accounts Basic requirement of billing engineer
3.Construction billing procedure from client side as well as contractor side
4.RA Bill making –client side –subcontracting
5.Interim Payment certification from both side
6.Billing with GST and without GST
7.CPWD and corporation and PSU technique of billing
8.Invoice generation through ERP
9.Claim and Dispute settlement procedures and all required techniques
10.Material engineering bills for both client and contractor side.
11.Third Party Contractor billing
13.Petty/ Vendor Billing.
16.Claim Management Procedures
17.Claim of price variations
18.Mode of measurement
19.Claim of extra item analysis.
Course Content-Quantity Engineering
A. Construction methodologies of civil works and how it Works in construction industry.
B. Making project chartered and feasible reports.
C. Project Risk Analysis and Action reports.
D. Understanding the structural and Architectural Drawings.
E. Quantity take off from the drawings like PCC, RCC, Reinforcement, shuttering.
F. Quantity take off from architectural drawings (like brickwork, plaster, painting , putty work)
G. Analysis of all kinds of civil drawing .
H. Management information system
I. Pre-Engineered building estimation
J. Costing technique.
K. Labor deployment planning
L. Labor output analysis.
M. Machinery output
N. Bar bending schedule
O. Rate Analysis
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