Hampden Games firm relocates to Castle St
Building surveyor and project manager Watts, which was involved in preparing Hampden Park, Glasgow, for the Commonwealth Games (pictured), has moved to larger premises in central Edinburgh as it builds on new commissions with a number of clients.
The company, which has offices in eight UK cities, has relocated its Edinburgh office to 10 Castle Street (left) where it has taken a five-year lease.
Since the beginning of the year the firm has secured new commissions on behalf of Menzies Distribution, Scottish Water and Viewpoint Housing Association with more contracts in the pipeline.
Andrew Murray, director in charge of Watts Edinburgh, said: “Following a period of consolidation during the recession we now have a clear vision and strategy for the future. Our move to new premises provides us with the platform from which we can grow our core surveying activities.”
The Watts Group, which also has an office in Glasgow, ranks in the top three of UK-based independent building surveying firms.