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Hardies Property & Construction Consultants says its reaping the benefits of a move to new premises in Dalkeith. The firm has relocated to the historic Grade A Listed Dalkeith Corn Exchange, which was redeveloped earlier in the year by Melville Housing Association. It has set up a new administrative hub and installed a state-of-the-art VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) phone system which facilitates radically improved communication with its other offices, staff and clients. Keith Gifford, Hardies partner in the Dalkeith office, said: “We have settled in quickly and are Read more
10th October 2016
Published by: Fife Business Matters

Hardies completes Trump Project

The Dunfermline office of Hardies Property & Construction Consultants has completed works at the £200 million refurbishment of Trump Turnberry on the Ayrshire coast, describing the project as “one of its most challenging and rewarding to date”.  Cementing a ten-year working relationship with the Trump Organisation, the project saw Hardies transform Trump Turnberry into the best hotel in the UK, later Europe, in just 32 weeks.  Danny McArthur, Partner of Hardies Dunfermline, who oversaw the work at the five-star resort, said:  “Hardies is very proud Read more
Delighted to be involved in the bicentenary celebrations of The Courier as a firm which aptly covers the length and breadth of Courier County.  Hardies Property & Construction Consultants, which celebrated a significant anniversary itself in 2013 – 100 years of operation – is one of Scotland’s largest multi discipline surveying firms with fourteen offices across Scotland.  In “Courier County”, these include offices in Dunfermline and St Andrews in Fife, Stirling and Perth and WJR Christie & Partners in Dundee, which became part of Hardies in 2009 Read more
5th September 2016
Published by: Edinburgh Reporter

Hardies are growing in Dunfermline

Having experienced a period of sustained business growth, Hardies Property & Construction Consultants in Dunfermline has taken on two new members of staff, as well as promoting two existing surveyors into more senior roles. Stewart Arbuckle, formerly Associate Building Surveyor, who has been with Hardies for 13 years has been promoted to Senior Associate Building Surveyor, whilst Graham Rolfe, a Senior Quantity Surveyor for the past 12 years, is now Associate Quantity Surveyor. The two new appointments see Phil Walker join Hardies as a Quantity Surveyor. Phil, from Dunfermline, has exten Read more
1st September 2016
Published by: Scottish Construction Now

New team members and promotions at Hardies Dunfermline

Having experienced a period of sustained business growth, Hardies Property & Construction Consultants in Dunfermline has taken on two new members of staff, as well as promoting two existing surveyors into more senior roles. Former associate building surveyor Stewart Arbuckle, who has been with Hardies for 13 years, has been promoted to senior associate building surveyor, whilst Graham Rolfe, a senior quantity surveyor for the past 12 years, is now associate quantity surveyor. The two new appointments see Phil Walker join Hardies as a quantity surveyor and Gordon Howie, from Edinburg Read more
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