Engage a TempTask Quantity Surveyor to complete your line up this summer

The squads have now been selected for Euro 2016, and a great festival of football is fast approaching, but how is your Quantity Surveying and Estimating squad looking?

With a busy summer on the horizon too for many construction projects, if you are experiencing an upturn in workload that your current resources are struggling to meet, have a specific QS task that needs completing requiring specialist skills, or simply do not have a QS or estimator as part of your team TempTask is your solution.

We provide the UK’s first and only fully online service dedicated to outsourcing the most frequently required Quantity Surveying tasks. 

TempTask is ideal for Main Contractors, Subcontractors, Developers or Consultants who have a need for a specific task to be undertaken and do not have the resource of a Quantity Surveyor, require a specific area of expertise that current staff resource does not hold or have an upturn in workload requiring additional short term resource to supplement existing resources.

We facilitate the matching of Main Contractors, Subcontractors, Developers or Consultants with a need for a Quantity Surveyor with experienced, qualified and competent registered and verified Quantity Surveyors able to provide their services on an individual task, nil-commitment basis. 

All posted tasks on TempTask are tendered to a panel of matched Quantity Surveyors to ensure best value.  Simply choose from your returned tenders the one that best fits according to your drivers – budget, experience, location or expertise

We provide the facilities to get tasks delivered online, including payment through our ecommerce facilities, and our own TempTask Messenger service giving you communication and file sharing tools.

Registration is simple, completely free and takes only a couple of minutes via our online form.

Visit us now at TempTask.co.uk to find out more about how we work. We look forward to welcoming you on board!

Added: 19 May 2016 00:00

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