<%@LANGUAGE="VBSCRIPT" CODEPAGE="1252"%> <%'This is the function. You can place it at the top of your page or in an include file if you are going to use it on several pages Function TrimDescription(str) str = str 'Set the maximum characters we want to display iTrim = 250 'If there is a value in the field, do our calculations If str <> "" Then 'If the description is less than the amount we want to display, then we can show the whole description If Len(str) < iTrim Then strTemp = str 'Otherwise we do our calculations Else 'Set the starting position iPos = iTrim 'Perform until we get to the beginning (this stops infinate looping if the description is all one word) Do While iPos > 0 'If the character at the position we're in is either a space, full stop or carriage return then we can stop the loop 'and trim the description and add the dots to the end If mid(str,iPos,1)=" " or mid(str,iPos,1)="." or mid(str,iPos,1)=chr(13) Then strTemp=left(str,iPos) & "... (more)" Exit Do 'Otherwise move back along the string one place and check again Else iPos = iPos-1 End If Loop End If 'There is nothing in the field that we've passed through, so show the no description text Else strTemp = "No description available..." End If TrimDescription = strTemp End Function %> <% Dim Recordset1 Dim Recordset1_numRows Set Recordset1 = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset") Recordset1.ActiveConnection = MM_bqsm_STRING Recordset1.Source = "SELECT TOP 1 * FROM News WHERE fshow like 'Show' ORDER BY fid DESC" Recordset1.CursorType = 0 Recordset1.CursorLocation = 2 Recordset1.LockType = 1 Recordset1.Open() Recordset1_numRows = 0 %> <% Dim Recordset2 Dim Recordset2_numRows Set Recordset2 = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset") Recordset2.ActiveConnection = MM_bqsm_STRING Recordset2.Source = "SELECT * FROM QSIQSIndividual WHERE QSIQSCategory = '02' AND QSIQSStatus = 'Active'" Recordset2.CursorType = 0 Recordset2.CursorLocation = 2 Recordset2.LockType = 1 Recordset2.Open() Recordset2_numRows = 0 %> <% ' *** Recordset Stats, Move To Record, and Go To Record: declare stats variables Dim Recordset2_total Dim Recordset2_first Dim Recordset2_last ' set the record count Recordset2_total = Recordset2.RecordCount ' set the number of rows displayed on this page If (Recordset2_numRows < 0) Then Recordset2_numRows = Recordset2_total Elseif (Recordset2_numRows = 0) Then Recordset2_numRows = 1 End If ' set the first and last displayed record Recordset2_first = 1 Recordset2_last = Recordset2_first + Recordset2_numRows - 1 ' if we have the correct record count, check the other stats If (Recordset2_total <> -1) Then If (Recordset2_first > Recordset2_total) Then Recordset2_first = Recordset2_total End If If (Recordset2_last > Recordset2_total) Then Recordset2_last = Recordset2_total End If If (Recordset2_numRows > Recordset2_total) Then Recordset2_numRows = Recordset2_total End If End If %> <% ' *** Recordset Stats: if we don't know the record count, manually count them If (Recordset2_total = -1) Then ' count the total records by iterating through the recordset Recordset2_total=0 While (Not Recordset2.EOF) Recordset2_total = Recordset2_total + 1 Recordset2.MoveNext Wend ' reset the cursor to the beginning If (Recordset2.CursorType > 0) Then Recordset2.MoveFirst Else Recordset2.Requery End If ' set the number of rows displayed on this page If (Recordset2_numRows < 0 Or Recordset2_numRows > Recordset2_total) Then Recordset2_numRows = Recordset2_total End If ' set the first and last displayed record Recordset2_first = 1 Recordset2_last = Recordset2_first + Recordset2_numRows - 1 If (Recordset2_first > Recordset2_total) Then Recordset2_first = Recordset2_total End If If (Recordset2_last > Recordset2_total) Then Recordset2_last = Recordset2_total End If End If %> <% Dim Recordset3 Dim Recordset3_numRows Set Recordset3 = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset") Recordset3.ActiveConnection = MM_bqsm_STRING Recordset3.Source = "SELECT * FROM QSIQSIndividual WHERE QSIQSCategory = '01' AND QSIQSStatus = 'Active'" Recordset3.CursorType = 0 Recordset3.CursorLocation = 2 Recordset3.LockType = 1 Recordset3.Open() Recordset3_numRows = 0 %> <% Dim Recordset4 Dim Recordset4_numRows Set Recordset4 = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset") Recordset4.ActiveConnection = MM_bqsm_STRING Recordset4.Source = "SELECT * FROM QSFQSFirm WHERE QSFFirmRegNo <> 'dummy' AND QSFFirmStatus = 'Active'" Recordset4.CursorType = 0 Recordset4.CursorLocation = 2 Recordset4.LockType = 1 Recordset4.Open() Recordset4_numRows = 0 %> <% Dim Recordset5 Dim Recordset5_numRows Set Recordset5 = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset") Recordset5.ActiveConnection = MM_bqsm_STRING Recordset5.Source = "SELECT * FROM query_news WHERE fshow = 'Show' And fid <> 34 ORDER BY fid DESC" Recordset5.CursorType = 0 Recordset5.CursorLocation = 2 Recordset5.LockType = 1 Recordset5.Open() Recordset5_numRows = 0 %> <% Dim Repeat1__numRows Dim Repeat1__index Repeat1__numRows = 5 Repeat1__index = 0 Recordset5_numRows = Recordset5_numRows + Repeat1__numRows %> <% ' *** Recordset Stats, Move To Record, and Go To Record: declare stats variables Dim Recordset3_total Dim Recordset3_first Dim Recordset3_last ' set the record count Recordset3_total = Recordset3.RecordCount ' set the number of rows displayed on this page If (Recordset3_numRows < 0) Then Recordset3_numRows = Recordset3_total Elseif (Recordset3_numRows = 0) Then Recordset3_numRows = 1 End If ' set the first and last displayed record Recordset3_first = 1 Recordset3_last = Recordset3_first + Recordset3_numRows - 1 ' if we have the correct record count, check the other stats If (Recordset3_total <> -1) Then If (Recordset3_first > Recordset3_total) Then Recordset3_first = Recordset3_total End If If (Recordset3_last > Recordset3_total) Then Recordset3_last = Recordset3_total End If If (Recordset3_numRows > Recordset3_total) Then Recordset3_numRows = Recordset3_total End If End If %> <% ' *** Recordset Stats: if we don't know the record count, manually count them If (Recordset3_total = -1) Then ' count the total records by iterating through the recordset Recordset3_total=0 While (Not Recordset3.EOF) Recordset3_total = Recordset3_total + 1 Recordset3.MoveNext Wend ' reset the cursor to the beginning If (Recordset3.CursorType > 0) Then Recordset3.MoveFirst Else Recordset3.Requery End If ' set the number of rows displayed on this page If (Recordset3_numRows < 0 Or Recordset3_numRows > Recordset3_total) Then Recordset3_numRows = Recordset3_total End If ' set the first and last displayed record Recordset3_first = 1 Recordset3_last = Recordset3_first + Recordset3_numRows - 1 If (Recordset3_first > Recordset3_total) Then Recordset3_first = Recordset3_total End If If (Recordset3_last > Recordset3_total) Then Recordset3_last = Recordset3_total End If End If %> <% ' *** Recordset Stats, Move To Record, and Go To Record: declare stats variables Dim Recordset4_total Dim Recordset4_first Dim Recordset4_last ' set the record count Recordset4_total = Recordset4.RecordCount ' set the number of rows displayed on this page If (Recordset4_numRows < 0) Then Recordset4_numRows = Recordset4_total Elseif (Recordset4_numRows = 0) Then Recordset4_numRows = 1 End If ' set the first and last displayed record Recordset4_first = 1 Recordset4_last = Recordset4_first + Recordset4_numRows - 1 ' if we have the correct record count, check the other stats If (Recordset4_total <> -1) Then If (Recordset4_first > Recordset4_total) Then Recordset4_first = Recordset4_total End If If (Recordset4_last > Recordset4_total) Then Recordset4_last = Recordset4_total End If If (Recordset4_numRows > Recordset4_total) Then Recordset4_numRows = Recordset4_total End If End If %> <% ' *** Recordset Stats: if we don't know the record count, manually count them If (Recordset4_total = -1) Then ' count the total records by iterating through the recordset Recordset4_total=0 While (Not Recordset4.EOF) Recordset4_total = Recordset4_total + 1 Recordset4.MoveNext Wend ' reset the cursor to the beginning If (Recordset4.CursorType > 0) Then Recordset4.MoveFirst Else Recordset4.Requery End If ' set the number of rows displayed on this page If (Recordset4_numRows < 0 Or Recordset4_numRows > Recordset4_total) Then Recordset4_numRows = Recordset4_total End If ' set the first and last displayed record Recordset4_first = 1 Recordset4_last = Recordset4_first + Recordset4_numRows - 1 If (Recordset4_first > Recordset4_total) Then Recordset4_first = Recordset4_total End If If (Recordset4_last > Recordset4_total) Then Recordset4_last = Recordset4_total End If End If %> <% Dim MM_paramName %> <% ' *** Go To Record and Move To Record: create strings for maintaining URL and Form parameters Dim MM_keepNone Dim MM_keepURL Dim MM_keepForm Dim MM_keepBoth Dim MM_removeList Dim MM_item Dim MM_nextItem ' create the list of parameters which should not be maintained MM_removeList = "&index=" If (MM_paramName <> "") Then MM_removeList = MM_removeList & "&" & MM_paramName & "=" End If MM_keepURL="" MM_keepForm="" MM_keepBoth="" MM_keepNone="" ' add the URL parameters to the MM_keepURL string For Each MM_item In Request.QueryString MM_nextItem = "&" & MM_item & "=" If (InStr(1,MM_removeList,MM_nextItem,1) = 0) Then MM_keepURL = MM_keepURL & MM_nextItem & Server.URLencode(Request.QueryString(MM_item)) End If Next ' add the Form variables to the MM_keepForm string For Each MM_item In Request.Form MM_nextItem = "&" & MM_item & "=" If (InStr(1,MM_removeList,MM_nextItem,1) = 0) Then MM_keepForm = MM_keepForm & MM_nextItem & Server.URLencode(Request.Form(MM_item)) End If Next ' create the Form + URL string and remove the intial '&' from each of the strings MM_keepBoth = MM_keepURL & MM_keepForm If (MM_keepBoth <> "") Then MM_keepBoth = Right(MM_keepBoth, Len(MM_keepBoth) - 1) End If If (MM_keepURL <> "") Then MM_keepURL = Right(MM_keepURL, Len(MM_keepURL) - 1) End If If (MM_keepForm <> "") Then MM_keepForm = Right(MM_keepForm, Len(MM_keepForm) - 1) End If ' a utility function used for adding additional parameters to these strings Function MM_joinChar(firstItem) If (firstItem <> "") Then MM_joinChar = "&" Else MM_joinChar = "" End If End Function %> BQSM l Towards the Development of Quantity Surveying Profession
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The Quantity Surveyor (QS)

A quantity surveyor is a construction project consultant who is trained in all aspects of construction costs as well as financial and contractual administration. They will advise architects and engineers on the cost implications of their design, ensuring the clients’ interests are always safeguarded.

Quantity Surveyors’ expertise includes estimating project costs, preparing tender documents, assessing work payments and variation of works, administering the contract and settlement of final account. These skills place quantity surveyors in a strong position to take a leading managerial role throughout the development of a project.


Quantity Surveyors may work in a variety of sectors viz., private consultancies, government agencies, educational institutions, construction companies, property developers, banks and financial institutions and other commercial organizations.The following universities offer the Bachelor’s degree in Quantity Surveying, duly recognized by the Board of Quantity Surveyors Malaysia – Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), Universiti Malaya (UM), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM), Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia (UIAM) and Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR).

 

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