Hardies appoints Chartered Surveyor to spearhead new office

Hardies appoints Chartered Surveyor to spearhead new office

Hardies has appointed Jack McGowan to spearhead its new city centre Belfast office

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Hardies Property & Construction Consultants has appointed Jack McGowan (pictured above) to spearhead its new city centre Belfast office with Ireland considered a key strategic foothold in its UK expansion strategy.

The appointment of the Chartered Building Surveyor and Non-Domestic Energy Assessor sees Mr McGowan relocate from Aberdeen to Belfast.

Commenting on his appointment, Jack said: “Having overseen projects for existing clients with a presence in Northern Ireland over recent years, I’m delighted to head up our Belfast office and lead the development of our operations here with the addition of new locally-based clientele.”

The new office at Forsyth House, Cromac Street, Belfast is one of three new offices across the UK announced by Hardies last month, the other two being Leeds and London, taking its office network to 13 locations.

The new offices form the first phase of a development strategy executed on the back of a series of major successful project wins across the UK and Ireland over recent years.

With experience in all sectors working on the smallest to the largest projects the country has to offer, Hardies’ core services include Building Surveying, Quantity Surveying, Project Management, Retail, Principal Designer/Health & Safety Advisor, Energy Surveying and Housing Services.

Senior partner, Danny McArthur, added: “We consider Ireland as a strategic foothold for us in terms of our expansion across the UK and regard Jack as a central figure in our Irish operations.

Having relocated from within the firm, Jack understands the culture and DNA of the business, which enables us to hit the ground running in Belfast as we plan to rapidly expand our presence across Northern Ireland and Ireland.

Source:- Business Connect: https://thebusinessconnect.co.uk/hardies-appoints-chartered-surveyor-to-spearhead-new-office/