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KEO subsidiary gets RICS regulatory status

KEO International Consultants has announced that its allied practice for cost and quantity surveying, C-QUEST, has been provided the authorisation to work as a fully regulated firm by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)

Clive De Villiers, senior vice president at C-QUEST.
Clive De Villiers, senior vice president at C-QUEST.

KEO International Consultants has announced that its allied practice for cost and quantity surveying, C-QUEST, has been provided the authorisation to work as a fully regulated firm by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

Obtaining ‘Regulated by RICS’ status allows the firm to meet the clients need for confidence and security in a complex and rapidly changing marketplace.

C-QUEST operates with globally recognized ethical and professional standards.

Clive De Villiers, senior vice president at C-QUEST, an allied practice and division of KEO International Consultants, said: “We are delighted to be regulated by an international body such as RICS.  Being present in a vibrant market such as the GCC, we are keen to increase our market share by seeking international certifications and regulation. 

“This certification assures our clients that C-QUEST promotes the highest values and can be trusted to deliver up to the highest standards of service. This regulation conveys a consistent message of confidence and quality to our Clients whether they are local, regional or international.”

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) is a global professional body promoting and enforcing the highest international standards.

The RICS works at a cross-governmental level, delivering a single, international standard that will support a safe and vibrant marketplace in land, real estate, construction and infrastructure.

C-QUEST is contributing to a number of iconic projects across the Middle East serving both the private and public sectors.

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