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Location Bedford
Job type Permanent
Posted 14th February 2021

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Interiors Estimator

Are you an Estimator who is looking for an exciting and challenging role with an established contractor in Bedfordshire?  This could be the role you are waiting for…

You will be Estimating on Commercial Interior schemes ranging from £100k – £1m

The Company

Our client has built up an outstanding reputation as a leading Design & Build Contractor, operating across the UK

They support companies with their commercial design, construction, and maintenance projects – creating workplaces that motivate staff and build businesses, focusing on delivering solutions and maintaining a high level of customer service.

Their own office space is bright, open plan and ultra-modern and the lay out encourages a collaborative working environment

The Role – Interiors Estimator

You will be working with clients to design and price up construction and interior works, including presentation of costed works to clients and handover of jobs won to project managers

You will maintain close contact with clients to explore new business opportunties and will manage client relationships

You will ensure the commercial success of projects delivered to their clients

You will be joining the Estimating team and will be working on commercial schemes – a mix of offices and industrial schemes. You will be estimating and all interiors works including floors, walls, ceilings, partitions and susended ceilings

The right person – Interiors Estimator

You will have experience working as an Estimator on commercial interiors


This is a permanent role.


You will be office based with occasional site visits


£35-55,000 per annum

Employee Ownership model of business

Pension contribution

Car allowance £5k

Free parking


Please send an up-to-date CV to Sally at Supply Technical or call me to discuss

Commercial / Fit-out / Refurbishment / Northampton / Buckinghamshire / Bedfordshire / Interiors / Estimator / Estimating

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