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Articled Pupil Junior Quantity Surveyor

Greek translation: Nέος ασκούμενος/μαθητευόμενος επιμετρητής (κατά την παραλαβή παραγγελίας ή έργου)

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English term or phrase:Articled Pupil Junior Quantity Surveyor
Greek translation:Nέος ασκούμενος/μαθητευόμενος επιμετρητής (κατά την παραλαβή παραγγελίας ή έργου)
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11:20 Nov 1, 2007
English to Greek translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Construction / Civil Engineering
English term or phrase: Articled Pupil Junior Quantity Surveyor
Ωραίο, ε;

Μαθητευόμενος; κλπ κλπ ???
xxxd_vachliot
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Nέος ασκούμενος/μαθητευόμενος επιμετρητής κατά την παραλαβή παραγγελίας ή έργου
Explanation:
A quantity surveyor is a person who calculates the cost and amount of materials and workers needed for a job such as building a house or a road.
http://dictionnaire.reverso.net/anglais-cobuild/quantity sur...

Από ΙΑΤΕ:
traditionally one who was concerned with the measurement and valuation of construction work...; a) a person...who looks after the technical accountancy of building contracts. He measures the work shown on the drawings, and writes the quantities down, after he has compiled the bill of quantities, for use in tendering. He measures the work done by the contractor on completion (also every month for the certificates) and advises the client on the correct sum to be paid to the contractor at any time; b) in U.S. A. and many other countries the work of the quantity surveyor is always done by the architect or civil engineer


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Nέος ασκούμενος/μαθητευόμενος επιμετρητής κατά την παραλαβή παραγγελίας ή έργου


Explanation:
A quantity surveyor is a person who calculates the cost and amount of materials and workers needed for a job such as building a house or a road.
http://dictionnaire.reverso.net/anglais-cobuild/quantity sur...

Από ΙΑΤΕ:
traditionally one who was concerned with the measurement and valuation of construction work...; a) a person...who looks after the technical accountancy of building contracts. He measures the work shown on the drawings, and writes the quantities down, after he has compiled the bill of quantities, for use in tendering. He measures the work done by the contractor on completion (also every month for the certificates) and advises the client on the correct sum to be paid to the contractor at any time; b) in U.S. A. and many other countries the work of the quantity surveyor is always done by the architect or civil engineer




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Nov 2, 2007 - Changes made by socratisv:
Edited KOG entry<a href="/profile/569837">xxxd_vachliot's</a> old entry - "Articled Pupil Junior Quantity Surveyor" » "Nέος ασκούμενος/μαθητευόμενος επιμετρητής (κατά την παραλαβή παραγγελίας ή έργου)"
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