New director Ian Bayman joins to head up office.

Leading construction consulting and design agency McBains has moved into new premises in Manchester city centre as it expands the scale of its work in the North West.

The company has re-located from Spinningfields to Piccadilly to accommodate its projects and expanding workforce of nearly 20 staff, providing consultancy services in the North West region. Additional staff are currently being sought to join the growing team of Quantity and Building Surveyors, Project Monitors and Engineers.

McBains offers project management, building surveying, quantity surveying and monitoring services with full design services via the wider business, including its London office.

Projects that McBains has worked on in the North West include regional office restructuring and fitouts for RBS; major projects for BAE at Barrow in Furness including a new training centre for 5,000 apprentices; Britvic Drink production facilities; and project monitoring on residential projects, care homes, offices and industrial projects. The company has recently been appointed by the Department of Work and Pensions to fit out nine Job Centres.

The office will be headed by new director Ian Bayman. Ian joins McBains having recently worked as a partner within a consultancy environment for the last 12 years, where he managed the delivery of both cost and project management services across various sectors in the UK, Central Europe and the Middle East including major hotels, commercial offices, schools, industrial facilities and residential projects. 

Projects in the North West that Ian has managed include project and cost management services for Wigan Infirmary, cost consultancy services to HM Customs & Excise in Liverpool, a national bank’s regional office building and a new mainline station, in addition to the management of various residential projects across the region.

03rd September 2019

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