A Registered Quantity Surveyor is a member of NZIQS who is recognised for their excellence and experience in the quantity surveying profession.
Being a Registered Quantity Surveyor signifies that the member has worked to increase their value to a client or employer by learning new skills and keeps their knowledge current. A Registered Quantity Surveyor must undertake accredited continuing professional development every 3 years which is approved by the Quantity Surveyors Registration Board.
This registration scheme is similar to the licensing and registration processes that the New Zealand Government requires of other professional groups. It is also similar to the membership requirements of most international quantity surveying institutions.
Click here to see a List of Names and Contact Details of NZIQS Registered Quantity Surveyors - This is a complete list of Registered Quantity Surveyors in New Zealand.
How do I know if a Quantity Surveyor is a Registered Quantity Surveyor?
Firstly you can click the link above 'List of Names & Contact Details of NZIQS Registered Quantity Surveyors' and find the names and details of all Registered Quantity Surveyors in New Zealand.
Secondly, only a Registered Quantity Surveyor is able to use this logo.
This logo, along with the words ‘Registered Quantity Surveyor’ are both Trade Marks registered with the New Zealand Intellectual Property Office by NZIQS. These Trade Marks provide legal protection against anyone who attempt to use these Trade Marks and who are not a Registered Quantity Surveyor.
You should also note that only an individual person can be a Registered Quantity Surveyor.
Registered Quantity Surveyors and Home Insurance Estimates
A Registered Quantity Surveyor can also help you calculate the total cost of replacing your residential property in the event of it needing a complete rebuild. Click Home Insurance Estimate to find out about recent insurance industry changes and how they could affect you, and how a Quantity Surveyor can help.
What does a Quantity Surveyor do?
Information on Becoming a Registered Quantity Surveyor