Senior Quantity Surveyor - Flexible Working Available
Would you like to work for a progressive and ambitious company which is also one of the most successful within the UK construction and infrastructure industry?
Morgan Sindall provides national construction and infrastructure services to private and public sector customers across a comprehensive range of markets. We aim to create great results for our customers, partners and ourselves.
We have a fantastic opportunity within our Highways business for an ambitious, driven individual who is already an experienced Senior Quantity Surveyor based at our new site in the Fareham area.
The candidate will be a commercially astute individual with good negotiation skills, and ideally have previous commercial experience having been involved in a significant civils project as well as knowledge of sub contract management.
As part of the commercial team on this highways project you will support commercial matters for the project including
- Financial performance, including forecasting, profit / loss, cash flow, etc.
- Contract compliance
- Meeting / liaison with client / subcontract / supply chain as necessary
About the project:
The Morgan Sindall and BAM Nuttall joint venture, bmJV, has been awarded two contracts worth a total of £322 million to deliver part of Highways England’s smart motorway programme.
The first contract contract, worth £218 million to bmJV, will see the M27 between junctions 4 and 11 converted to create permanent dual 4-lane all lane running along the 15-mile stretch. The design phase will commence in January 2018 with bmJV supported by design partners SWECO/Mott Macdonald and WSP. Construction will begin in spring 2018
In addition, the second, a two stage design and build contract worth £104 million, is to upgrade 10 miles of the M62 between Warrington (J10) and Manchester (J12). bmJV, supported by design partners WSP and AECOM, commenced the design phase in December 2017, with works planned to start on site from spring 2018.
Both contracts have been awarded under Highway’s England’s Collaborative Delivery Framework, the largest ever for the improvement of England’s motorways and A roads, representing the government’s commitment to investing in infrastructure to boost the economy. bmJV was awarded a place on the framework in 2014.