26th February 2015
Published by: Dunfermline Press & Fife & Kinross Extra
Hardies Property & Construction Consultants, Scotland’s largest multi-discipline surveyors with 14 offices across the country, are reporting that they have experienced a reasonable level of enquiries and activity in relation to the industrial sector of the market of late.
“Traditionally, the market slows down in December each year and can often take a little time to pick up pace after the festive break,” said Paul Carr of Hardies in Dunfermline.
“This is often true in a general sense but we are happy to say that we have seen some encouraging signs.&nbs Read more
15th December 2014
Published by: The Business Journal
The Edinburgh office of Hardies Property & Construction Consultants has won a three-year contract to provide consultancy services to the main Scottish Parliament building. It has been appointed to the multi-disciplined Scottish Government framework by the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body after tendering for the work advertised on Public Contracts Scotland.Hardies business development partner Jim McArthur said: “ We are delighted to have secured this important and prestigious contract, especially as our head office is in Edinburgh. This is a high profile appointment wh Read more
1st December 2014
Published by: Dalgety Bay & Duloch Discovery
Dunfermline home owners with a long running problem, such as a persistently leakingshower, or escape of water, can call upon the expertise of Hardies Property & Construction Consultants in getting to the root of the issue.Hardies, Scotland’s largest multi discipline surveying firm with fourteen offices across the country, including one in Dunfermline, is equally at home in the domestic market as well as the commercial and industrial sector and can use its considerable building surveying skills in to identify defects in plumbing and construction that may have been causing problems for Read more
27th November 2014
Published by: Fife & Kinross Extra & Dunfermline Press
Hardies Property & Construction Consultants are delighted to introduce Paul Carr to their commercial property clients.He has joined the firm as a new commercial property surveyor to cover Fife and the Lothians and brings just short of 20 years’ experience in commercial property, gained from both the private and public sectors.Having spent his early career in the public sector working with carious bodies/agencies, Paul has worked in the private sector since 2000, firstly with Lloyds Bank and, for the last seven years, with DM Hall Chartered Surveyors.Paul is experienced in all aspects Read more
12th November 2014
Published by: The Courier
Plans to create accommodation in central St Andrews for small businesses and start–up companies will go before Fife Council today.
The business centre project in the St Leonards area of the town is part of a wider site development being undertaken by Robertson Homes, which forms part of Robertson, the integrated infrastructure, supports services and construction group.
The proposals show the existing St Leonards Lodge – originally a wartime home for city evacuees and most recently used as student accommodation – being transformed into Class 4 office space, offer Read more
4th November 2014
Published by: Perthshire Advertiser
Historic St John’s Kirk provided the setting as Hardies Property and Construction Consultants celebrated 100 years in business with clients and colleagues.The evening rounded off the Scotland-wide celebrations Hardies have held over the last year. These started off in the RICS headquarters and included a civic reception hosted by the Lord Provost in Edinburgh for current and former partners and staff.Perth-based Gordon Butt commented: “It is a real achievement to celebrate the firm’s 100 years in business and I was delighted that so many guests joined up on the ni Read more