The world over, a vast number of developing countries are trying to achieve sustainable economic growth in every sector and more equitable distribution of the benefits of growth. The United Nations millennium development goals have identified key areas for development which also embrace environmental development. It forms part of its developmental areas aimed at enabling everyone access to good life without neglecting the privileges of the future. As we are facing climate change worldwide, sustainable or “green” building and holistic sustainable construction has been widely discussed on how to implement it on to the development for future buildings. This study evaluated the roles of Quantity Surveyors (QS) in sustainable infrastructures development in Nigeria. The study adopted survey research design using structured questionnaire survey administered to 50 quantity surveyors in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Data analyses involved. The study concluded that Quantity Surveyors have vital roles in integrating sustainability to building and other construction project during design and construction process to deliver successful sustainable infrastructures. This implies that QS can facilitate the changes required for sustainable infrastructures due to their specific requirement.