Bellassi and Tukel (1996) suggest that the profession’s continuing relevance and growth could require enhancing its knowledge domain so that it can move quickly into new areas of service as opportunities arise. At the same time, it should be prepared to move away from old methods when technology and competition make them redundant. For instance, fee rivalry was practically unheard of in the 1970s. All professional bodies advertised ranges of fees, and the competition was strongly discouraged on the basis that a client engaging an architect, engineer or surveyors should base his or her judgment on the kind of service and not on the number of fees (Torrance and Haron, 2005). Some twenty years ago it had become clear that one of the drawbacks in the construction arena was the passive role being played by the client. Thus, significant and specific research was accomplished to increase client involvement and improve client briefing. Transformations in the Quantity Surveyor's Role.
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