• Continiuos Professional Development
  • Environment
  • Program Cost Consultancy
  • Program Management
  • Economics
  • Building Engineering
  • Oil & Gas
  • Energy
  • Infrastructure Masterplanning and Architechture
  • Strategic Investment Management
  • Surveying
  • Water & Sanitation
  • Healthcare
  • Highways & Transportation
  • Public/Private Partnerships

Whether you are a developer looking at a planning application or undertaking an EIA, a building owner/occupier looking to get better value from your existing building stock, or a contractor working on a site with potential hidden issues, we can provide surveys and reports to provide information you need to take things forward.

The firm’s quantity surveying (QS) specialists are an integral part of the design and project management team on projects of all sizes and levels of complexity. They contribute to projects with in-depth knowledge of built environment design and the concerns of designers and clients. They share the firm’s commitment to sustainable development, project performance and life-cycle analysis.


Our surveying staff works in conjunction with other corporate divisions, civil, electrical, architectural, structural, and the firm’s subsidiaries. Survey clients include government ministries and authorities, municipalities and private clients.


Each crew contains a party chief, an instrument person, and rodmen. Joadah Consult’s Survey Department uses electronic total stations and data collectors running specialized software and GPS equipment. Using GPS to survey and map it precisely saves time and money. Today,GPS allows surveyors to do their work much faster and with a higher level of accuracy than ever before. Field data can be processed using a variety of software packages, including CAiCE and Site Select CADD, AutoCAD, Softdesk and ArcView GIS, Network, Spatial and 3D Analyst. Joadah’s survey group strives to continuously improve the quality and efficiency of services provided. Safety is a primary concern on every job. Joadah is committed to an ongoing program of safety training, whereby survey crews are required to view safety films, study manuals and conduct job-specific reviews of safety concerns.