We are delighted to announce the following promotions within our London office.
We are delighted to announce the promotion of Emma Anderson to the position of Project Director within the London Development Monitoring team.
Emma is a chartered building surveyor with over 10 years of experience. Since joining McBains in 2015 as an Associate Director, Emma now specialises in delivering due diligence and technical advisory services to banks and funders in relation to UK development projects across a number of sectors.
She is appointed on schemes with estimated construction costs ranging from £9million through to £85million.
Emma has particular skills in risk analysis, strategic planning and project viability.
We are delighted to announce the promotion of Paul Littlejohn to the position of Project Director within the London Cost Management team.
Paul joined McBains in 2016 as an Associate Director. He is a highly experienced construction professional with extensive experience gathered from over 35 years in the industry. He has excellent technical and contractual knowledge and has developed strong skills in cost planning, procurement and commercial management.
Prior to joining McBains, Paul ran his own business for nearly 10 years and is used to working with a high level of responsibility and delivering high standards of service.
He has been an APC Assessor for the RICS for 15 years and has been heavily involved in training and developing new surveyors.
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