Quantity Surveying A team of RICS-accredited surveyors bringing specialist expertise to claim’s management

Advanta Quantity Surveying is a specialist practice established to provide cost analysis support to Advanta’s loss adjusting business and consultancy services to the insurance and reinsurance industry worldwide.

Our tailored solutions are led and delivered by construction professionals and RICS-accredited quantity surveyors with significant experience in dealing with construction projects and post-loss remedial works.


Richard Diamond

Manager - Quantity Surveying



Our technically qualified and RICS accredited team provide a professional and cost-effective resource to ensure timely progression of remedial works and early quantum verification.

Working with our adjusting teams on property, construction, energy and liability claims across the world they have proven success in helping:

  • the parties avoid disputes during the claims process,
  • to reduce insurers’ claims indemnity-spend, and
  • to manage insured parties’ expectations by the early identification and mitigation of potential uninsured exposures that may arise in any claim situation.

The team’s support to Advanta adjusters is also critical to ensure that, in a construction environment, contractual claims are appropriately dealt with separately from the insurance claims assessment process.


As an RICS accredited firm, we are obligated to meet and exceed the highest professional and ethical standards with the aim to always promote trust in the profession.

We adhere to rigorous best practices to always strive for a favourable output:

  • Preparing compelling and unbiased arguments and issue clear, concise reports for our clients to respond appropriately;
  • Methodical reviewing of the document trail, detailed analysis of complex information, case specific matters and facts;
  • Ensuring that stakeholders are updated throughout the process and expectations of all parties are managed.


Our team can assist, advise and/or manage all aspects of tendering, damage scoping, cost control and project monitoring/management for works associated with any claim, including:

  • Claim magnitude estimation pre detailed claim submission – to assist with reserving / potential loss exposure recommendations;
  • Preparation of fully costed ‘repair’ work-scopes;
  • Setting out cost data and supporting evidence required to expedite the claim verification and adjustment process;
  • Supervision of remedial works (on-site where required) in line with agreed scope of works;
  • Ensure the early identification of any deviation from agreed scope of works and estimates;
  • Claim costs submission analysis and evaluation.