Podcast: How has COVID-19 changed quantity surveying?
Posted on: 23 April, 2021
In the second podcast of our series looking at how COVID-19 has affected built environment professions, we speak to Lewis Eagle about the impact of the pandemic on quantity surveying.
Lewis, who is associate director – cost management at chartered quantity surveying practice, Northen Surveying Services, answers questions from UCEM PR and social media manager, Andrew Belt, about how COVID-19 has changed quantity surveying, what new entrants can expect going into the profession, what impacts this will likely have in the long term and more!
Alternatively, you can read the written version of the podcast.
For more on our quantity surveying programmes, either head to the BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying webpage or the MSc Quantity Surveying webpage.
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