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Martin Brothers are currently seeking a Quantity Surveyor (Landscape Construction) to join our dynamic and dedicated team. As a growing business, this role is suited to a highly motivated individual looking for career development and leadership opportunities.

You will work within the estimating division of Martin Brothers, delivering accurate, high quality tenders across a variety of sectors including commercial, industrial and high end residential projects.
> Work as a team and contribute to the positive work culture
> Conduct takeoffs and measure plans
> Send out sub-contractor packages for pricing
> Liaise with clients, landscape architects and builders to define scope
> Download drawing packages from tender websites and set up files
> Estimate projects and compile tenders for submission
> Review and assess tenders with Senior Management
> Manage multiple tenders and quotes at one time

Role Requirements:
> Knowledge of estimating software such as but not limited to Benchmark, CostX or similar
> Experience with takeoff software such as but not limited to Excel, Bluebeam or CAD
> Ability to deliver competitive tenders and quotes
> Able to interpret landscape and construction plans
> Motivated team player

> Qualifications in Quantity Surveying, Landscape Architecture or Project Management would be highly valued

Martin Brothers is a fast growing, Brisbane based landscape construction and maintenance company. Established by brothers Will and Jack Martin, the company specialises in high quality services across Brisbane to a range of residential, commercial and industrial clients.

Click above to see proud examples of our work.

Email Adam at with your resume telling us your skills, experience and why you want to come build Queensland's most prestigious landscapes with us.

Posted 17 April 2019