Professionals who are responsible for procuring technical goods and services that are used in the industrial operation of an organization. These engineers must evaluate all new and existing suppliers and negotiate purchase agreements to ensure that the purchased goods and services are delivered as promised. Read More!
The engineering practice devoted to the management of project cost, involving such activities as estimating, cost control, cost forecasting, investment appraisal and risk analysis. Cost Engineers budget, plan and monitor investment projects. They seek the optimum balance between cost, quality and time requirements. Read More!
The position within a construction company that is responsible for the proper financial determination of the cost to construct the project. The estimator is responsible for all the subcontractor bidding on the project, as well as the proper coordination and management of the construction documents. Read More!
Responsible for procurement activities for products, materials, plant and subcontractors for construction projects. They typically work for the main contractor (although sub-contractors may also have buyers on large projects) to ensure that supplies are provided in accordance with both the project program and budget. Read More!
Buy machinery, tools, equipment, supplies, parts, or services needed for running an establishment. Raw or semi-finished materials are purchased for the purpose of manufacturing. Read More!