MPGQS Employ a New Quantity Surveyor to Their Camden Project

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MPGQS Employ a New Quantity Surveyor to Their Camden Project

MPGQS is becoming the
top leading company that specialises  in
providing MEP QS services designed to assist businesses and companies in real
estate industry. They have employed a new Quantity Surveyor to their Camden

As follow up to their excellent
reputation in the industry, MPGQS’s London office had recently engaged Richard
Nicholson to work in Camden for a new project at Maiden Lane Estate
The main task of that assignment is for Richard Nicholson as the new Quantity
Surveyor is to carry MEP Quantity Surveying services.


Founded in 1996, MPGQS is a
company specialising in provision of contract administration, quantity
surveying, engineering and dispute resolution consultancy services to the
property and construction sectors.

Specialising in Engineering & Building Services with
teams responsible for life cycle and sustainability analysis, cost planning,
quantity surveying and value engineering. In addition to providing expert
Reports, Loss and Expense Claims, Mechanical and Electrical Audit and
Dilapidation Surveys, MPGQS also provide estimating, project
engineering and management services to all facets of the construction industry.

With its large staff base MPGQS is capable
of providing services in Europe, the UK, the UAE, Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
Whilst the large prestigious projects are always very attractive, MPGQS
recognise that no project is too small to be managed properly and with vigour.

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Michael Gallucci LLM MRICS MCIArb MAE

+44(0)7703 599446

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