MMPA Quantity Surveyors - Services

Our Services

MMPA and its qualified staff are currently registered with the Association of South African Quantity Surveyors, The South African Council for the Quantity Surveying Profession and The South African Council for the Project and Construction Management Professions, South African Property Owners Association, Green Building Council of South Africa. We offer our services at the quality and level of integrity required by these professional bodies.

Feasibility Studies

  • Used to establish the economic viability of commercial building projects
  • Identifying feasibility of different options
  • Used for the application of funding from banks and investors

Procurement & Tendering

  • Advise on procurement strategy appropriate for the project
  • Prepare detailed tender documentation including bills of quantities
  • Ensures all tenderers prices are comparable
  • Is a tool to manage variations to the contract
  • Reduces the possibility of cost overruns
  • Analyze tender returns and negotiate where appropriate, with successful tenderer
  • Prepare contract documents for the contract

Principal Agent/Principal Consultant

  • Consultant coordination
  • Contractor coordination and implementation of contractual requirements
  • Quality control

Project Management

  • On large scale programs we have proven very successful in becoming the single point of contact between the client and the professional teams to manage the entire project on the clients behalf
  • Project scheduling and programing of the works
  • Consultant coordination
  • Contract administration services
  • Contractor coordination and implementation of contractual requirements
  • Program monitoring
  • Risk management
  • Quality control

Cost Planning/Estimating

  • Identifying the costs associated with the project
  • Ensuring that designs remain within the project budget
  • Offer design solutions that optimise cost and value
  • Lifecycle costing including reviewing the current capital cost options available to reduce the life cycle cost of the building
  • Ensure that the client obtains maximum value for money
  • Costing design revisions


  • Preparation of insurance replacement and reinstatement valuations
  • Preparation of claims of loss associated with damage to property

Contract Administration

  • Valuation of works as undertaken by the contractor for payment
  • Negotiation of costs for any additional works requested of the contractor
  • Cost reports outlining the cost status of the project versus the agreed contract sum
  • Negotiation of the final account with the contractor
  • Facilitation of communities on projects
  • Clerk of Works


  • Verification of floor areas measured in terms of SAPOA method of measuring Retail, Industrial and Residential properties