We’re pleased to announce the promotion of seven senior team members to Director across our offices in the United Kingdom and Ireland. 

These promotions represent our ongoing growth and dedication to continue delivering industry leading services. The newly bolstered team of Directors furthers our capability for innovation and rewards the expertise of our high-achieving team. 

Russell Garnett based in Ashford has been promoted to Director. He has decades of experience in environmental specialisms including due diligence, contaminated land investigation and risk assessment. 

Rob Devoy at the Leeds office becomes Director and will continue to drive delivery across a range of sectors, specialising in contract administration, building surveying, technical due diligence and dilapidations. 

Derek Houston who heads our FM consultancy and specialises in mechanical and electrical engineering becomes Director at the Edinburgh branch. 

Promoted to Director in London, Sam Richardson will continue to provide his expertise across the public sector covering local/central government, education, and health, as well as heading up the firm’s business development department. 

Jonathan Collett becomes Director in London. He is an experienced Building Surveyor and Building Consultant specialising in the project management of commercial refurbishments. 

Our Dublin office sees specialist in building surveying Sean Doherty promoted to Director. 

Promoted to Director in Bristol, Richard Hunt leads our building defects service, and also specialises in technical due diligence and planned maintenance, assisting clients in the south-west.

Speaking on the promotions, our Chief People Officer Melanie Olrik, said: “We are proud to promote seven of our most senior and valued team members to the role of Director and to continue to develop our business through the next phase in its evolution. We are making the promotions to support our growth, recognise the expertise of our team and reward their efforts and accomplishments in driving the business forward.”