LEADING regeneration firm Urban Union is kick-starting 2020 by strengthening its team with the appointment of a new Project Manager.
Based in the firm’s head office in Glasgow, new recruit Calum Bruce will be responsible for Urban Union’s construction delivery. Calum brings with him almost 30 years of experience in the construction industry and most recently worked for Ogilvie on developments across Scotland.
Calum, who was a Project Manager on the £3m extension of the National Museum of Scotland’s Collection Centre, brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience in construction, site management, health and safety, design coordination and commercial oversight.
Neil McKay, managing director, Urban Union said: “We are delighted to start this New Year by welcoming Calum Bruce to the Urban Union team. As a business with big ambitions for delivery and growth, Calum will play a key role in Urban Union’s journey going forward.
“Calum will be involved with several new projects which the business is currently working on and we look forward to delivering them with his support.”
The appointment of Calum Bruce will allow Urban Union to further strengthen its offering to customers across Scotland.
Calum Bruce, Project Manager, Urban Union said: “Urban Union has been on my radar for the past couple of years – following the company’s impressive work at Pennywell, Laurieston and Muirton Living. I am very pleased to be joining such an ambitious company that delivers homes in areas where they are most needed, a firm which is committed to supporting local communities and enhancing the lives of those who live there.
“I’m looking forward to my new challenge and getting stuck into my new role.”
Urban Union currently has four developments underway in Scotland: Laurieston Living and Pollokshaws Living in Glasgow, Pennywell Living in Edinburgh and Muirton Living in Perth.