290 Communcation House, Moston Lane – Manchester

M40 9WB Manchester – England.

+234 (0) 811 882 2215

+44(0) 1616695871

Mon - Sat - 9.00am - 7.00pm

Sunday's - Closed

Working since 2003

About Crysmat

The core practice focus of Crysmat Nigeria limited are:

  1. Quantity surveying, and
  2. Facilities management services.

What is Quantity Surveying?

Quantity surveying is a profession of Chartered or Registered professionals known as quantity surveyors’ who are expert in the art of costing a building at all its stages. They manage the costs of building projects from start to finish, looking for the best value for money and making sure the project meets legal and quality standards.

What Does a Registered Quantity Surveyor Do?

A registered Quantity Surveyor is responsible for estimating and monitoring construction costs for all classes of building, and types of construction. They are initially involved with the capital expenditure phase of a building or facility, which is the feasibility, design and construction phases. They read and interpret construction documentation (architectural and engineering plans, drawings and specifications) to prepare a Bill of Quantities. They also apply knowledge of construction methods and materials to estimate and monitor costs, from concept design to completion.


Compared to other practicing firm in Nigeria, Crysmat offer an innovative range of services from a project’s initial conception through to its successful completion. We advise on the planning, development and management of buildings and civil engineering projects in the built and natural environment. As a client, you will have immediate access to senior experienced professionals to provide a quality, client-focused project cost management consultancy services that deliver a robust and innovative solution that are supported by best international practices.


Facilities management is a profession that encompasses multi-disciplinary activities within the built environment and the management of their impact upon people and the building. It is the administration of a business with regards to managing space, people, infrastructure, buildings and business processes.

Facilities management is especially useful when it comes to the day-to-day running of a busy organisation, a demanding building, site, or a business spanning several locations.

Compare facilities management practice in Europe and other developed countries, facilities management practice in Nigeria is still largely untapped. Though it is acknowledged that the industry in Nigeria contribute a circa of $26 Billion United state Dollars (that is a potential of about 2.5%) to the nation GDP.