Company News & Blog

20th June 2016
Published by: Scottish Construction Now

1st year completed for sponsored students at Midlothian’s two new schools

It’s the first year down for Hardies Property & Construction Consultants two sponsored students, Kirsten O’Connor and Laura Falconer, both from Dalkeith. The latest two young people to benefit from Hardies student support scheme, Kirsten and Laura, both students at Napier University, have been gaining vital work experience in Hardies offices in Edinburgh and Dalkeith. Of particular significance to them, coming from Dalkeith, has been their on-going work experience at the area’s two new Primary Schools at Gorebridge and Bilston, which are under construction now. The two Read more
13th June 2016
Published by: The Edinburgh Reporter

Hardies students have finished first year

Kirsten and Laura are two students sponsored by Hardies Property & Construction Consultants, and they have just finished their first year at Midlothian’s two new schools. It’s the first year down for Hardies Property & Construction Consultants two sponsored students, Kirsten O’Connor and Laura Falconer, both from Dalkeith. The latest two young people to benefit from Hardies student support scheme, Kirsten and Laura, both students at Edinburgh Napier University, have been gaining vital work experience in Hardies’ offices in Edinburgh and Dalkeith.  Of part Read more
New Queensferry Crossing already having positive impact on commercial and domestic property in the Kingdom  Hardies Dunfermline office has heralded the opening of the new Queensferry Crossing as an opportunity to create a prime transport and business hub in East Central Scotland.  Paul Carr, an Associate at Hardies Dunfermline office, said he believed that the forthcoming investment announced late last year by DFDS Seaways and Forth Ports in the Rosyth Zeebrugge ferry route would bring new opportunities from Rosyth, Dunfermline and Dalgety Bay.  “Fife is strategically p Read more
27th April 2016
Published by: Scotland B2B

Could the new crossing drive a Fife commercial property boom?

Yes, say property specialists who have already started to see an increase in demand driven by the new transport corridor The new Queensferry Crossing is already having positive impact on commercial property in Fife, according to property specialist hardies, which says the bridge presents an excellent opportunity to create a prime transport and business hub in east central Scotland. Paul Carr, an associate at Hardies’ Dunfermline office, says he also believes the forthcoming investment announced by DFDS Seaways and Forth Ports late last year – in which they have pledged to invest Read more
5th April 2016
Published by: Business Bulletin - Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce

Business Lessons I've learned

Toughest lesson you have learned? Working for clients at cut-price fees makes you a busy fool!  I think this is a common mistake many consultants make.  You need long term sustainable business at the right price for your company to grow.  We work hard on pricing at Hardies.  It’s especially important in Aberdeen at the moment and because we are still a fairly new name here.  We are a one-stop shop though so can offer client’s one point of contact. Most unusual piece of business won? Valuation advice on a former airport control tower on the North Coast &n Read more
5th April 2016
Published by: Roustabout Energy International

Hardies Celebrates Safecontractor Accreditation

Hardies Property & Construction Consultants, which has 14 offices across Scotland, including an office at Spademill Lane, Aberdeen, has been awarded accreditation from Safecontractor for its commitment to achieving excellence in health and safety.  Safecontractor is a leading third-party accreditation scheme which recognises very high standards in health and safety management amongst UK contractors.  Hardies, which celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2013, is one of Scotland’s largest multi-discipline surveying firms.  It serves clients in both the private and public Read more