Shepherd Chartered Surveyors has appointed Iain MacLaren as a Chartered Building Surveyor within its Glasgow office, the latest recruit to its expanding Scotland-wide building surveying team.
A native of Glasgow, MacLaren graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University with an honours degree in building surveying and has since gained a vast range of experience working within private practice prior to joining Shepherd earlier this month.
Of his appointment, MacLaren said: “I’m delighted to join Shepherd’s busy Glasgow office at a time of growth and look forward to providing our expanding client base with a comprehensive building surveying service.”
Graeme McDonald, Head of Building Surveying at Shepherd, said: “Iain is a welcome addition to our building surveying team at a time when we are experiencing a significant rise in workload across Scotland. His experience will benefit our existing and new clients throughout Strathclyde.”
Steve Barnett, commercial partner at Shepherd’s Glasgow office, said: “Ian’s wealth of experience enhances our building surveying offering in the West of Scotland, adding to our comprehensive multi disciplinary property service that includes: valuation; commercial agency; corporate recovery and restructuring; lease advising; rent reviews; development and investment consultancy; rating and property management.”
Shepherd Building Surveying offers a broad spectrum of core and specialist building surveying services, including: pre-acquisition inspections, landlord/tenant lease and property advice; defect analysis and advice; dilapidations; condition surveys/schedules of condition; reinstatement cost assessments; planned maintenance and cost advice; Energy Performance Certificates; CDM co-ordinator and contract administration.
Shepherd has building surveyors based in Aberdeen, Dumfries, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness.
For further information please contact Iain MacLaren, Shepherd tel 0141 331 2807
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Date 26th April 2012