London move and senior hire
PMP expands as city projects go live
It is occupying a shared office suite within Scotland House to take advantage of business opportunities coming out of the City.
Stewart Rutherford, director, said: “We fully intend to build our business nationwide.
“There are a number of opportunities ahead with a strong pipeline of business as we diversify our offering to clients.”
It is working on the Leith Distillery and the Apple Apartments boutique hotel, part of the £120m New Waverley development.
Joseph Dunn (pictured above), director and head of project management for PMP, commented: “We are delighted to be bringing Chris Hay to the Edinburgh Project Management team where he will be helping to drive PMP’s growth plans in the commercial development and fit out market.
“We also have two major projects going live. The Leith Distillery and the New Waverley Project are among the most exciting commercial developments currently under way in the City of Edinburgh.
“The delivery of these two projects signifies a strong and consistent interest in commercial development and that Edinburgh maintains its position as one of the most desirable locations for investment in Europe.”
The firm has doubled in size in the last three years and now has more than 20 staff across two offices in Glasgow and Edinburgh covering projects located across the UK.
The business has been at the forefront of several major property developments such as 112 Ingram Street, the former Glasgow City Council building and Blenheim Place in Edinburgh for Chris Stewart Group.