Leading surveying firm, Hardies Property & Construction Consultants, which has offices in Dunfermline and St Andrews amongst its ten offices across Scotland, has seen further growth in its business.
Danny McArthur, a Partner at Hardies, said: “We are ahead of our ambitious target for our growth plans as we push forward to become Scotland’s leading surveying practice. “Our investment in new technology means that our offices are now entirely paperless and our specialist surveying systems mean we can all work together as one big team. Innovation is a key driver to achieving our plans.”
Hardies has also invested significantly in new trainees and graduates in a bid to ensure it has sufficient resources to match the expected increased workload as it looks to increase market share.
Over the last two years, Hardies employed seven Building Surveying and Quantity Surveying trainees, and supported them through university. A further four trainees and four graduates are planned to be taken on this year.
Hardies has also created two new departments in Housing and Energy Services.
Danny added: “With the country needing more and more houses, and energy performance regulations tightening, we decided to invest further and make some key appointments in order to create and manage these new departments.”