PMP invests with new team appointments
Building surveying and project management firm PMP has appointed Joseph Madden to head up the development of a new Glasgow office as the company pushes ahead with an ambitious growth plan.
Madden joins PMP from Watts Group plc where he was head of Scottish operations and brings a wealth of experience to the Edinburgh-based firm which this year celebrates its 25th year of business.
The appointment comes as PMP has agreed terms on a ten year lease of 1000sq ft office premises at Stirling House, St Vincent Street, Glasgow and will move in as Madden takes his post today. PMP plans to grow the business, and have appointed a team of four to support Madden.
John Dunn, managing director of PMP, said: “Joseph’s appointment comes at a time when we are experiencing ever improving business conditions. A large range of projects is now receiving financial support and even speculative development has made a return. The timing is right for us to invest in our west coast business which will complement our established team in Edinburgh.
“Joseph has a formidable track record and is well known in the industry. We have every expectation that he will be a popular addition to our business bringing an immense network to aid further business growth. To support him, we expect further appointments over the next six months.”
PMP is widely regarded as a high quality and consistent adviser of project management, cost management and building surveying services throughout Scotland and North England.
The business has been active in Glasgow for a number of years and is currently advising East Park School in Maryhill on a significant extension providing both educational and residential facilities.
Joseph Madden, who takes the title director for the new role, added: “PMP is a highly regarded firm which has been very well managed thanks to a keen eye on business strategy and impressive client profile. I’m delighted to be joining the team and look forward to delivering results on a range of projects.”
Madden has been active in the Scottish property market for 15 years after completing his traineeship at Graham and Sibbald, followed by a spell at GVA. His move to PMP ends a 10 year career at Watts Group plc.