Looking for a career in Quantity Surveying or Building Services Engineering? Then look no further. Welch, Morris + Associated Ltd. is an equal opportunities employer that believes that our greatest asset is in the form of our employees.

As a leading construction consultancy practice in Trinidad + Tobago we can offer you the right job, whether you are a school leaver, a recent graduate or someone with varying years of experience. We are always on the lookout for talented and highly motivated individuals who want to pursue a career or continue to advance their career in Quantity Surveying or Building Services Engineering. We can put you on the right career path. Support functions/jobs exist at our Practice as well.

We want to hear from you!! Email us at careers@welchmorris.com or alternatively send us your CV. Our contact information is listed on the Contact Us page of the website.

What is a Building Services Engineer?

Building Services Engineer as defined by Wikipedia is an engineer that is responsible for the engineering of the internal environment and environmental impact of a building. It essentially brings buildings and structures to life. Building services engineers are responsible for the design, installation, operation and monitoring of the mechanical, electrical and public health systems required for the safe, comfortable and environmentally friendly operation of modern buildings.

As defined by www.prospects.ac.uk, Building services engineers are responsible for ensuring the cost-effective and environmentally sound and sustainable design and maintenance of energy-using elements in buildings. They have an important role in developing and maintaining buildings, and their components, to make the most effective use of natural resources and protect public safety. This includes all equipment and materials involved with heating, lighting, ventilation, air-conditioning, electrical distribution, water supply, sanitation, public health, fire protection, safety systems, lifts, escalators, facade engineering and even acoustics.

What is a Quantity Surveyor?

As defined by Wikipedia, “A Quantity Surveyor (QS) is a professional person working within the construction industry. The role of the QS, in general terms, is to manage and control contracts and costs within construction projects. This involves the deployment of an extensive set of skills acquired through specialised formal education, specific training and experience.Traditionally referred to as a Professional Quantity Surveyor or Private Practice Quantity Surveyor they are broadly concerned with contracts and costs on construction projects. The methods employed, however, cover a range of activities which may include cost planning, value management, feasibility studies, cost benefit analysis, lifecycle costing, tendering, valuation, change control, dispute resolution and cost estimation.”

As defined by www.prospects.ac.uk, “A quantity surveyor manages all costs relating to building projects, from the initial calculations to the final figures. Surveyors seek to minimise the costs of a project and enhance value for money, while still achieving the required standards and quality. Many of these are specified by statutory building regulations, which the surveyor needs to understand and adhere to. A quantity surveyor may work for either the client or the contractor, working in an office or on site. The title of the job may also be referred to as a construction cost consultant or commercial manager.”

Please Fill Contact form