Project management and surveyor firm PMP have named Joseph Madden as managing director and Stewart Rutherford as executive director.
Madden is based in Glasgow and Rutheford in Edinburgh for the company, which has increased its turnover from £1.8 million to £2.5million in a year.
The firm recently secured contracts including its appointment as project manager for redevelopment of the Royal Botanical Gardens in Edinburgh. Other projects include student developments, hotels, distilleries and offices in Manchester, Carlisle and Crewe.
The firm, founded 26 years ago in Edinburgh and employs 32 staff in four offices, provides guidance on due diligence, development monitoring and asset management in commercial real estate.
Chairman and founder John Dunn said: “There’s no doubt the impact Joe, Stewart and the team have made to the growth of the firm across our full spectrum of services in project management and building surveying.
“This follows our commitment set three years ago to grow the business into a UK operation backed by a team of highly qualified and experienced professionals.
“We are seeing a fantastic start to our Manchester business and further opportunities for growth in Scotland despite some challenging conditions.
“With our team now spread across Glasgow, Edinburgh, Manchester and London, we are well placed to serve clients across the UK.”
It was also announced that Chris Hay, who joined the firm a year ago from JLL in London, moves to become associate director based in Edinburgh.
PMP has pledged to invest £1 million in north- west England with the opening of a new office in Manchester and the creation of several new positions.