Quantity Surveying in the Insurance Industry
CIQS Podcast – Knowledge Counts

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In this episode of Knowledge Counts, we speak with Ross Huartt, PQS, about quantity surveying in the insurance industry. Determining the cost of repairing a damaged building can be a difficult task filled with unknowns. Ross explains how quantity surveyors can provide reliable estimates and manage risk under these challenging circumstances.

Host: Wendy Hobbs, PQS(F)
Guest: Ross Huartt, B.Sc., PQS, GSC
Producer: Ryan Schriml



This episode is eligible for 1 CPD Point

About Our Guest

Ross Huartt, B.Sc., PQS, GSC

Ross Huartt has over 15 years experience starting his career in the construction industry in the United Kingdom. After relocating to New Zealand, he immersed himself in quantity surveying. In 2013 he finally settled in Canada and quickly applied his experience and professionalism in the post-loss appraisal industry—working on claims of all sizes and complexity.

Ross enthusiastically shares his knowledge (BSc, AssocRICS, ACiArb, PQS, GSC), high-energy, and high-degree of integrity to ensure every project he is involved with has a positive outcome.

As Executive Vice President for MBC, he diligently looks for solutions that are thorough and appropriate for the needs of residential, commercial, and industrial clients. Ross also manages the Western team of appraisers and ensures Bourret operations are efficient, technologically advanced and secure.


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