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Surveyors plan, direct and conduct survey work to determine the position of boundaries, locations, topographic features and built structures.
Building surveyors inspect plans and building constructions to see if buildings are, or will be, built correctly. They may also issue certificates, write reports and help owners and potential buyers with construction problems and solutions.
Quantity surveyors manage finances for construction projects. They calculate budgets based on clients' requirements, and prepare detailed estimates to ensure budgets are sufficient for each stage of construction.
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Survey technicians collect, record, and evaluate geographical information and prepare databases, maps, charts and plans.
Civil engineers plan, organise and oversee the building and maintenance of structures such as dams, bridges, sewerage systems and roads.
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