Strengthened building surveying and energy & sustainability services
THREE new recruits have joined Colliers Project & Building Consultancy team enhancing its building surveying and energy & sustainability services for clients.
George Cunningham has joined as a director in the Birmingham office as part of the mechanical & electrical services team, while Tom Clayton has re-joined the building surveying department in Manchester as an associate director. In Glasgow, David Brown has joined as an associate director within the department’s growing energy & sustainability service.
George has joined from property consultancy firm TFT, where he led the mechanical & engineering design team. He specialises in technical due diligence and refurbishment projects across a broad range of asset types including industrial, retail, education and offices across the UK and Europe.
Tom re-joins the team from The Arch Company, having previously worked in the department for nearly seven years, until 2021. He will be working across all aspects of building surveying.
David has been working in the field of energy efficiency for 17 years, specialising in energy design for new builds. This includes airport terminals, hospitals and industrial premises, as well as refurbishments of existing buildings in order to achieve enhanced EPC ratings and net zero carbon plans, working with clients such as the Scottish Government.
Robert Perry, co-head of Project & Building Consultancy, said: “We’re continuing to grow our team and are especially proud that we’re introducing this group of strong, experienced talent into our regional offices. David, Tom and George each bring with them a unique set of skills which will be beneficial not only to our clients, but also for developing the talent that we have from within, ensuring that we can provide a consistent quality service across the various disciplines within our team.”