Company News & Blog

10th July 2015
Published by: Fife Herald & St Andrews Citizen

New role for Danny at Hardies

Surveying firm Hardies Property & Construction Consultants, recently appointed Danny McArthur as head of its new central division which covers offices in St Andrews, Dunfermline and Stirling.  Danny has worked his way up through the ranks and was previously a salaried partner in charge of the QS department. Read more
1st July 2015
Published by: Scottish Construction Now

New Central Division for Hardies

Hardies Property & Construction Consultants has appointed Danny McArthur as the head of its new central division.Danny is one of eleven new equity partners who were appointed by the multi discipline surveying firm at the beginning of April following a vigorous internal selection process to find the stars of the future. He will head up a new central division for Hardies, consisting of the Hardies offices in Dunfermline, St Andrews and Stirling. Danny, who has worked his way up through the ranks for 18 years and was previously a salaried partner in charge of the QS department in Dunfe Read more
22nd June 2015
Published by: Discovery: Duloch & Dalgety Bay

Look to Hardies for the best Professional Advice as they appoint 11 New Partners

Dunfermline home owners can reply on Hardies Property & Construction Consultants to give them the very best professional advice on any building or maintenance related problems.  Hardies, who are Scotland’s largest multi discipline surveying firm, with fourteen offices throughout the country, including Dunfermline, are equally at home in the domestic market as well as the commercial and industrial sector.  Their experienced Building Surveyors can use their considerable skills to identify a range of defects in plumbing and construction that can cause homeowners long term, co Read more
28th May 2015
Published by: Dunfermline Press

Howdie partner ... Firm forges ahead

Since appointing its 11 new partners at the beginning of April, which includes three staff members from Dunfermline office joining the board, Hardies Property & Construction Consultants has been forging ahead with plans to build up its commercial surveying client base.Paul Carr, who joined Hardies last year as a new commercial surveyor covering Fife and the Lothians, has made great strides in promoting his full range of general practice surveying services, predominantly valuation, agency, rent review and rating.  His particular specialism is in the valuation of commercial property for Read more
28th May 2015
Published by: Dunfermline Press

On the Market!

Hardies see signs of increased activityThe commercial property market in Fife continues to show signs of increased activity although some sectors are showing stronger than others.That’s according to Hardies’ Paul Carr, who said, “The industrial market continues to be the source of most enquiries and activity.  Just this week, we have completed lettings on two units within the popular Elgin Industrial Estate, Dunfermline, with another unit moving ‘under offer’.  As letting agents on the estate we now have only three units vacant and available for lease.&n Read more
25th May 2015
Published by: Project Scotalnd

Skills shortages still stifling sector recovery

Most firms can't find qualified staff OVER half of Scottish construction firms are finding it difficult to source skilled workers.Labour shortages have been recorded across the sector, with bricklayers and construction professionals in particularly short supply.Although material shortages are falling, Sarah Spiers, Director of RICS in Scotland has spoken of the ‘practical challenges’ of providing skilled labour.  The findings, reported in the latest RICS UK Construction Market Survey, revealed 53% of respondents struggled to find bricklayers whilst 59% had difficulties sourci Read more