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Hardies Property & Construction Consultants in Dunfermline has appointed two new members of staff, as well as promoting two existing surveyors into more senior roles, following a period of sustained business growth. The two new appointments see Phil Walker, who has previously worked with JB Bennett Construction and Morrison Construction, take up the position of quantity surveyor and Gordon Howie assume the role of principal designer and health and safety advisor. Howie, who lives in Edinburgh, worked as an architect with AMA Architects in the earlier stages of his career before moving in Read more
1st September 2016
Published by: Scottish Construction Now

Hardies’ double success in Investors in People

Hardies Property and Constructions Consultants has achieved Investors in People Gold and Investors in Young People accreditations. The firm is one of only two organisations within the Scottish consultancy and surveying industry to have achieved such recognition. In gaining accreditation at Gold level, Hardies’ solid foundation of good practice, which remains aspirational and challenging for many organisations, is demonstrated. Their true commitment to the training and development of their people is also illustrated. Investors in Young People accreditation demonstrates Hardies as an em Read more
5th August 2016
Published by: St Andrews Citizen

Recognition for investing in its employees

Hardies Property and Constructions Consultants has achieved Investors in People Gold and Investors in Young People accreditations.   It is one of two organisations within the Scottish consultancy and surveying industry to have achieved such recognition. Investors in Young People is the only people management standard that focuses on an employer’s recruitment and retention of young people.  Investors in Young People accreditation demonstrates Hardies as an employer of choice for young people and testifies to their effective Youth Employment practices.  Offered to all busi Read more
18th July 2016
Published by: Perthshire Advertiser

Hardies' double honour

Hardies, the property and construction consultants, has achieved Investors in People Gold and Investors in Young People accreditations.  The firm, which has an office in Perth as well as 13 other offices across Scotland is one of only two within the industry in Scotland to have received the ‘double award’ recognition.  Derek Ferrier, Hardies managing partner, said employees were “at the heart of the organisation”. He continued: “We are delighted to achieve both of these prestigious accreditations which are the result of a great deal of hard work and i Read more
18th July 2016
Published by: The Edinburgh Reporter

Hardies help bring the Tattoo office back to life

Hardies Property & Construction Consultants, headquartered in East London Street, Edinburgh, has been instrumental in bringing 1 Cockburn Street back to its former glory. The Category B listed building is now the new headquarters for The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, which relocated from Market Street earlier this year. Hardies, who are one of Scotland’s leading multi discipline surveying firms with fourteen offices across Scotland, were initially appointed as Project Managers to support The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo develop a project brief, and to select an appropriate de Read more
14th July 2016
Published by: Scottish Construction Now

Hardies helps bring building back to life as Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo HQ

Hardies Property & Construction Consultants has been instrumental in bringing 1 Cockburn Street back to its former glory. The Category B listed building is now the new headquarters for The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, which relocated from Market Street earlier this year. Hardies were initially appointed as project managers to support The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo develop a project brief, and to select an appropriate design team, suited to the needs of the project. Once the design team and contractor were appointed, Hardies managed the whole process from start to finish. Hardie Read more