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20th March 2017
Published by: Scottish Construction Now

Hardies marks retirement of two employees in Perth

Hardies Property & Construction Consultants has marked the retirement of two long-standing employees in Perth with almost 60 years of combined service with a presentation and dinner as an expression of gratitude for valued contribution to the growth of the firm. Malcolm MacKillop, senior quantity surveyor, and Colin McNeill, senior building surveyor, had both been based at Hardies’ Perth office for 43 and 15 years respectively. Read more
15th March 2017
Published by: Scottish Construction Now

Shepherd and Hardies to sponsor Sean Dillon testimonial match

Shepherd Chartered Surveyors and Hardies Property & Construction consultants, both long-established firms with origins in Dundee which merged at the end of last year, are sponsoring the testimonial match for Dundee United club captain Sean Dillon when The Tangerines take on the Jambos at Tannadice on March 21 in honour of the Irishman’s decade of service at the club. Stars from the past will turn out for the game, including Dundee United 2010 Scottish Cup final heroes Craig Conway and Garry Kenneth, along with Jon Daly, Nicky Weaver, Noel Hunt and Lee Wilkie while Hea Read more
28th February 2017
Published by: Project Scotland

Hardies secures range of college works

HARDIES Property & Construction consultants has won a £1 million Glasgow Kelvin College term commission to provide a range of services. The move will see Hardies provide refurbishment work to roofs, pathways, ramps and drainage problems. The firm will also carry out work on listed buildings including slating, stonework, leadwork, glazing/windows and timber preservation. Craig Gilmour, deputy managing partner at Hardies said, “We are delighted to secure this commission for a comprehensive range of projects to be delivered this financial year. We are also very happy t Read more
27th February 2017
Published by: Construction Industry News

Hardies wins £1m Glasgow Kelvin College term commission for 2017

Hardies Property & Construction consultants has been successful on a £1m term commission submission for Glasgow Kelvin College for the financial year 2017 to provide a range of multi-professional services for the College. The commission will see Hardies provide services to deal with buildings requiring refurbishment to roofs, pathways, ramps and drainage problems as well as listed buildings works, including slating, stonework, leadwork, glazing/windows and timber preservation, including dry rot and timber decay. Craig Gilmour, Deputy Managing Partner at Hardies, said: “We are Read more
12th January 2017
Published by: Scottish Construction Now

Hardies named Best Property Consultancy for Scotland 2016

Multi discipline surveying firm Hardies Property & Construction Consultants has capped its “great year of 2016” by being named Best Property Consultancy 2016 in the Corporate Vision Magazine Awards. Hardies, which has fourteen offices across Scotland, including Aberdeen, Glasgow, Dundee, St Andrews and Perth, is fresh from announcing a merger, at the beginning of December, with Shepherd Chartered Surveyors. Announced just before Christmas, the award scheme from Corporate Vision was established to highlight and give recognition to the very best consultancies, focusing on their Read more
20th December 2016
Published by: Corporate Vision Magazine

Corporate Vision Unveils the 2016 Consultancy Awards Winners

United Kingdom, December 2016- Corporate Vision Magazine has announced the winners of the 2016 Consultancy Awards. Hardies were announced on the 20th December 2016 by Corporate Vision magazine as Winners of Best Property Consultancy Firm in Scotland 2016. Throughout all sectors and industries, consultants play a major role in businesses ongoing success. Aiming to advise, assist and provide essential information that informs and shapes vital strategy, consultants are becoming an increasingly fundamental part of the ever-evolving business landscape. The 2016 Consultancy Awards highlight and g Read more