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Iomair Treacey

Senior Quantity Surveyor

BSc ASCSI

Iomair Treacey

Iomair joined Duke McCaffrey in early 2021 as a Senior Quantity Surveyor. He has experience in all aspects of Quantity Surveying from project brief development through tender and construction to final account stage across a wide range of industry sectors.

Iomair has gained experience in all aspects of the cost control, administration and management of construction projects and is currently working on the 6,000m2 State Street development in Kilkenny.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

2021

Joined Duke McCaffrey

Senior Quantity Surveyor

Q&A

Qualities required to be a good Good Quantity Surveyor: To be commercially astute and contractually aware. To have a good head for numbers. To understand the technical aspects of construction and how the constituent parts go together. I spent a lot of time on sites as a younger person and this experience was invaluable. I believe that Quantity Surveying should be taught like an apprenticeship. Trainee Quality Surveyors/Cost Managers’s should have to spend a certain amount of time on sites to learn how buildings go together. I see a lot of people who have been in the industry for a lot longer than I have who are very poor technically.

Advice like above would be, get out to site as often as possible, be a sponge, listen to and learn from your colleagues. Learned experience trumps the textbook every time. Ask lots of questions, there are no silly ones. Be adaptable, every project is different.

RECENT PROJECTS

We are changing the world for the better. One space at a time. Take a glimpse at our projects and discover how we’re radically transforming the blueprint for design and construction.

Commercial

State Street Office

Loughboy Park, Kilkenny

Value: Confidential
Commercial

Clyde House

Blanchardstown, Dublin 15

Value: €10m
Education

GDA Academic Hub

Dublin 7

Value: €60m+