A Quantity Surveyor in Kenya is involved in building construction. The Quantity Surveyor advices and manages the building costs. Additionally, the Quantity Surveyor appraises the contractual procedures in a development project.
A Land Surveyor in Kenya on the other hand is involved in land-use management. Here, the Land Surveyor measures and manages the physical land for specific development requirements. These include assisting builders in positioning buildings and services infrastructure on the land parcel and subdividing the land parcel. The Land Surveyor also establishes crucial natural and man-made features on the physical land. This is done for use in project and infrastructure design.
On the other hand, Facility management in Kenya is an interdisciplinary field within property management. This entails the management of the business’s common building services for the users who either own or lease the investor’s property. Facility Management is aimed at supporting the business unit operations, as well as making the building as productive as possible to the users.
The idea about the two differences is to separate the space and content of the property from the day to day work of the building users.