Chartered Surveyors in Essex
Cheke & Co first opened its doors for business in 1873 and we have a photo of the first branch on our page here.
Now we are one of the most established surveying practices in the South East of England undertaking various types of survey and valuation work for private clients and many of the UK’s major lenders.
As a Member Firm of the RICS, all of our Surveyors are suitably qualified and equipped to provide reliable and comprehensive advice and adhere to a strict code of professional conduct.
Our coverage extends throughout Essex, into parts of Greater London in the south and the Suffolk borders north of the County. Combining our extensive experience with innovative technology we are well placed to meet the needs of both our individual customers and corporate clients.
What does a Quantity Surveyor do?
A quantity surveyor is an expert in the art of costing a building at all its stages.
Chartered quantity surveyors are highly trained professionals offering expert advice on construction costs. They are essential for life cycle costing, cost planning, procurement and tendering, contract administration and commercial management. A Chartered Quantity Surveyor may be involved as a specialist in one area or generalise in several over the course of a project. They may also specialise in a particular areas such as residential or retail. Surveyors must pass an Assessment of Professional Competence (APC) to become a member of RICS and a chartered surveyor.
What are Land Surveyors?
Land Surveyors work with property owners to update boundary lines, prepare legal documents and prepare sites for construction projects. If you think you may need a land surveyor for your project, please get in touch and one of our qualified chartered surveyors can talk you through the options available