Residential, commercial and industrial quantity surveyor across Australia.

Section 94 provides quantity surveying services. We have offices in Sydney and Melbourne and conduct work throughout Australia.
When it comes to ensuring your project runs on time and on-budget, it’s essential to engage a quantity surveyor. At Section 94, our quantity surveyors have crucial roles to play before, during and after a project commences.
Whether you need a building quantity surveyor for a large-scale commercial project or a small residential job, we’ll be able to meet your needs efficiently and accurately.

Who are we?
About us

Founded in 2015, Section 94 Quantity Surveyors includes a small team lead by director Moises Lopez. Moises has completed a Bachelors in Commerce (accounting) and Bachelors of Construction Management at University of Canberra and has extensive experience in providing quantity surveying services on commercial, residential and industrial projects ranging from $50,000 to $200,000,000 in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and Western Australia.

Moises has a deep interest in construction science, materials and has been involved with a diverse amount of projects working with clients ranging from builders, contractors, developers, architects and government bodies. Moises is an accredited member of the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors.

We are proficient in the following software:

Cubit (Buildsoft)

Microsoft Project (programming and scheduling)

Mudshark (civil and earthworks)

Bentley Rebar (reinforcement, concrete and formwork)

Pryda Build 4 (structural timber and framing)

“When it comes to ensuring your project runs on time and on-budget, it’s essential to engage a contractor quantity surveyor. At Section 94, our quantity surveyors have crucial roles to play before, during and after a project commences.”

Why us?
Benefits of our service

Our turnaround time is just 3-5 days depending on the size of your proposed development. We have assisted countless clients including architects, owners, builders, corporations, government organisations and property investors with cost reports, and we have a clear understanding of the requirements for local councils in NSW, VIC and Australia wide.

Our company and team members are registered with the Australian institute of quantity surveyors (AIQS), and we have extensive knowledge of council requirements for development process in Sydney and Melbourne. we are committed to providing our customers with high quality, accurate reports at a cost-effective price.

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FAQ

1. What does a QS do?

A QS’s main function is to be the bridge between the principal, builder and bank. We utilise our detailed knowledge of construction procedure with labour and material rates to ensure work done is in line with the work claim.

Our main function is to protect the homeowner and the bank, but we like to work with builders to ensure they comply with correct banking policies.


2. My bank said I need a prefunding report or initial report, what’s this?

A prefunding report or initial cost report is a fundamental report required by the bank to validate the builder, builders quote, identify any risks to the bank and homeowner, confirm insurances are up to date in order to lend on your project.


3. What information do you need for a bank prefunding report?

Architectural, structural, hydraulics plans, building contract, builders original tender.


4. My bank said I need a progress report, what is this?

A progress claim is a report comparing the work performed with the builders claim.


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At section 94, we understand that you are eager to get started on your development. Whether you are an architect or owner-builder we will assist you in achieving this goal.