How It Works

At Dimensions Plus we do not provide set fees as we feel that each job, we undertake is unique and can therefore vary greatly. We price each project individually on an hourly-rate basis, ensuring you only pay for the work we do.

Once we receive the drawings, we will inspect the documentation to identify the items and commence the take-off, you will receive an itemised bill of quantities(un-priced) in a excel format, or a fully priced bill of quantities if you require this service.


Step: 1

Submit your project with your contact information and any relevant documents.


Step: 2

When your project has been received it will be reviewed and you will have a response to confirm your project is being worked on with an estimated completion time. During this time if any details are missing or inconsistent an estimator will contact you via your preferred method.


Step: 3

Upon completion of your project, you will receive an email containing a preview of the Bill of Quantities with an attached invoice that has our bank details for direct bank transfer. Once you have sent proof of payment, you will then receive your finished project.

Questions and Answers

A: The time your project takes to complete is determined on its complexity and size.

A: We accept file sizes up to 1 GB, anything larger will need to be submitted separately.

A: Extremely, we utilise PayPal as a payment service which also accepts any bank card without requiring you to make an account.

A: Yes, we have a team of experienced estimators available.


In general terms, a Quantity Surveyor manages all costs related to building and civil engineering projects, from initial calculations to the end figure. Employed either by a client or the contractor, working from an office or on-site, the Quantity Surveyor will be involved in a project from start to finish. Often working closely with other specialists on site, it's the job of the Quantity Surveyor to minimise the cost of a project and enhance the value for money, while still achieving the regulated standards of quality, including the statutory building regulations. A QS's office prepares estimates and costs of the work and when the project gets underway, keeps track of any variations to the contract that may affect costs and profitability.


Estimators, also known as cost planners, are responsible for estimating the costs of a planned construction project before work commences, in terms of the labour, equipment and materials required. They will negotiate with suppliers and gain quotes from sub-contractors and use this information to compile detailed cost proposals for a client. They typically work for construction contractors (that build the project) or for a particular sub-contractor trade package (part of a project), estimators are involved in the pre-construction phase of the project at the tendering stage (in which a construction company bids for the work, stating at what price and to what timescale it could complete it). Projects can be new builds or ongoing maintenance or refurbishment work.

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