The Quanticost Group is firmly committed to a process of implementing dynamic affirmative action and a policy of human resource development within the practice.
The practice is actively non-racial and has a proud record of excellent labour relations, reinforced by a fine spirit of loyalty amongst all members and staff. This policy furthermore ensures development and training of all previously marginalized individuals. Our programme is divided into three items; via bursary programme, in-house training and a process of mentorship.
All employees within the Quanticost Group are on a defined career path. We nurture these employees through a process of in-house training in order to ensure that they develop into competent quantity surveyors.
The Quanticost Group has gone the extra mile in the sense that bursaries of approximately R200,000 have gone to previously disadvantage individuals.
Our 2018-2019 business plan includes awarding a further R30,000 in the form of bursaries to any qualified student. (This will, however, depend on our financial position at that stage.)
The Quanticost Group realized the importance of being able to meet the standards and
vision of the business community within South Africa and Namibia.
All certificates are issued in accordance with the Codes of Good Practice issued in terms of The Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment Act, 2003 (Act 53 of 2003)
- Maiwashe Fourie Swanepoel & Associates - Level 8 contributor
- Keeve Sprong Associates - Level 3 contributor
- KCM Quantity Surveyors (Pty) Ltd - Level 2 contributor