The construction sector has to adapt methodologies to better predict and overcome climate change issues.
Author: Russell Grattan
Technology has changed the World in the last decade or so. The technology we use in our everyday lives has transformed the way we interact with the World around us and the pace of evolution is speeding up as the newly available technologies allow ever greater projects to be undertaken.
The process of a construction project requires a lot of different stages to be achieved successfully. None of these processes can be achieved without one vital contributor- the Quantity Surveyor (QS)
The QS is crucial in all these stages. They prepare the tender bid by studying the requirements of the project, the materials, personnel, and time required to complete it.
Governments around the World have committed their countries to achieve the goal of net zero by 2050, this means that their territory will no longer produce more carbon dioxide than they remove from the atmosphere. They have set out various ways they will do this, for example the UK government have announced a ban on the sale of cars powered by internal combustion engines by 2030 and hybrid cars by 2035.