We are a well established 35% black women owned Quantity Surveying firm, founded in 2005 by Pieter Rodgers and Dion van der Linden, currently consisting of nine Quantity Surveyors and three administrative personnel. We are active members of the Association of South African Quantity Surveyors (ASAQS) and the South African Council for the Quantity Surveying Profession (SACQSP). By focusing on client needs and effective cost control, we offer a specialised pro-active service to our clients in all sectors of the building industry. Our expertise include retail developments, residential developments, schools, hospitals,  churches, office buildings, warehouses, laboratories, private game lodges, civil works, retirement villages, student accommodation, fitness centres, alterations and refurbishments of various buildings. We have also successfully completed a few retail developments in Africa.

Cheetah Plains
Exclusive Plains Houses, home of the definitive exclusive-use luxury sustainable safari in South Africa’s most celebrated wildlife area
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Mams Mall
Mams Mall brings world-class shopping and entertainment to Mamelodi
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Current Projects

ACORNHOEK MALL – Big city shopping is here! News about the launch of Acornhoek Mall has spread like wildfire throughout the Acornhoek and surrounding communities, bringing a wave of anticipation and excitement amongst residents throughout the region.


The mall opened its doors on the 24th of October with close to 40 000m² of shopping and dining, making it the largest enclosed mall in the surrounding area and finally fulfilling the long-awaited role of regional mall to the greater Acornhoek / Bushbuckridge area. The mall is enclosed and air-conditioned with an engaging, dedicated food court which will host sit-down restaurants for an in-mall dining experience. 

Other Projects

 QSTWO Quantity Surveyors have completed several projects across multiple construction types from homes to shopping malls both locally and abroad. 


We are proud to announce that we are now BEE level 4 with 35% black women owned.