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Edwin Chomer

Edwin Chomer MRICS, MSc



Further, to 9 years working in industry as a Property Manager and a Quantity Surveyor I joined SHU in November 2021 as a Lecturer in Quantity Surveying. Having recently joined from Industry I am able to offer a new insight into how traditional tasks undertaken by a Quantity Surveyor have shifted in light of technological developments. I teach various aspects of Quantity Surveying across both the undergraduate and degree apprenticeship courses. I am the Placement coordinator across both the undergraduate and postgraduate courses within the Built Environment programme and play an active role in supporting students achieve their placement.


I commenced my career as a property portfolio manager where I worked in two predominant roles, managing a portfolio of residential/commercial properties in London and the surrounding region. These roles gave me exposure to several different areas, including, Health & Safety compliance, contractor management, budgeting, contracts, and site inspection/survey. As part of the second role, I worked I worked with others as part of the development team managing the conversion of B1 office space into residential properties. My interest in this area led me to complete an MSc in Quantity Surveying at SHU and once graduated I commenced work as a PQS at Turner & Townsend. At Turner & Townsend I had a broad exposure to several different projects in a variety of sectors including, health, education, defence, residential and leisure with schemes ranging in value up to £6 million. Further, I played an active role as part of the delivery team responsible for the Digital Transformation programme that sought to fundamentally change the core processes of how projects are managed and reported to clients. It is the varied nature of my industry experience and recent Quantity Surveying experience that I bring to SHU and aim to place theory into practice offering context to the students learning. I am a chartered member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and actively mentor a number of candidates as well as guiding students on the benefits of Chartering with the RICS and the process of how this can be completed.
In my role as placement coordinator across the Built Environment courses I work with students and colleagues to manage the process whereby students apply to complete their year in industry as a sandwich placement and are supported whilst on it. This is a vital aspect of the courses offered at SHU which offer enhanced graduate outcomes for students in their degree and employment prospects. I aim to broaden student’s horizons into the options open to them with a career as a Quantity Surveyor working within the Built Environment and look to ensure students receive tailored support according to their needs.


Department of the Natural and Built Environment

College of Social Sciences and Arts

Quantity Surveying

Quantity Surveying Full Time Undergraduate
Quantity Surveying Part Time Undergraduate Degree Apprentice

Introduction to Construction Commercial Studies
Introduction to Quantity Surveying Practice
Introduction to Measurement and Contracts
Planning and Costing of Projects
Measurement of Building Works
Advanced Measurement
Contractual Procedures
Project Collaboration in Professional Practice

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