Walker Maré Johannesburg (Pty) Ltd (formerly Walker and Walker) was formed in 1965 when Clyde and David Walker first went into partnership.  The current partners offer extensive experience in all aspects of quantity surveying and cost modelling.  Special skills within the partnership extend from conventional quantity surveying to financial analysis and specialised approaches for evaluation of design and development alternatives.



Become involved in a project as early as possible to gain as much insight into the background of the project. Gain insight into the clients brief and the conceptual development of the project.


Cost the design development options as they develop and to provide feedback to the design team as early as possible and to inform design decisions for a financial perspective.


Constant monitoring

Remain close to the design process and hence to always provide feedback on decisions in this area.

Quality of Service

On all projects a partner of the practice oversees the project, with a Quantity Surveyor being specifically allocated to the project along with the necessary support staff.


Quality Assurance

At all stages of the project documentation is continually cross checked so as to ensure quality.

Customized Delivery

Walker Mare understands that every client and project is unique. That is why we take customize each project from conception to delivery. The only standard we have is quality.


Walker Maré has completed numerous projects both locally and internationally.

Here are some of the projects that have been delivered:

  • PRASA Gauteng Nerve Centre – Tembisa
  • New Border Post at Shangombo – Zambia and Rivungo (Angola)
  • Motlhopi Lodge – Tswalu Kalahari Reserve, Northern Cape
  • New Climate Controlled Pharmaceutical Warehouse – SA Retail Properties
  • New Faradays Mini Factory – Modderfontein
  • A-Ring Auditoria – University of Johannesburg
  • New Accommodation for Children at Hammanskraal – Dr Pat Francis Trust
  • Johannesburg Youth Orchestra at the University of Johannesburg
  • Cost modelling of Knysna Green Project
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