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A Rising Issue?

There is nothing better than looking at a great skyline, Manhattan, Hong Kong or the Bund in Shanghai are simply majestic sights. Lit up at night, they are what represent our age, shining monuments to imagination and gritty ambition. 410 more words


The Rise of the Graduate Quantity Surveyor

It was not that long ago that on completing my University Degree, I moved to the ‘Big City’. Job hunting was also considered to be a daunting experience, filled with rejection and frustration. 584 more words


A healthy career life: Listen; Student Quantity Surveyors

Are you interested in becoming a Quantity Surveyor? If yes then join the other bunch of scholars in this field in paying attention to the key highlights of a healthy career life of a student QS, comprising of both personality traits you need to develop and key life skills you need to acquire. 661 more words

Motivational Talk

Conference to focus on key current challenges, developments in Caribbean valuation and construction

Annual RICS-IPTI event to convene Nov. 18-19 in Montego Bay

Washington, D.C./ Kingston, October 7, 2015 – With many important challenges and developments in valuation and construction in the Caribbean – in both the private and government sectors – land and property professionals from around the region and beyond will convene in Jamaica next month to explore current issues, discuss possible solutions and opportunities, and learn from each other and the many experts who will present. 381 more words


Demistifying the Quantity Surveyor

Quantity Surveying is what affords me the internet bundles to run this blog. It’s what I spent 4 years in a campus in the heart of Nairobi’s CBD studying. 468 more words


Dan: Oops...

It’s been a while since the last blog, but things have been crazy. My responsibilities at work have increased, so I’ve been working longer, and it’s harder to find the time to study. 256 more words

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