Graduate Surveyor Success

Graham + Sibbald are delighted to announce the recent success of Cameron Cairns who has successfully graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University with a degree in Quantity Surveying.

Having previously obtained an HNC in Construction Management at college, Cameron joined Graham + Sibbald in early January 2020 as a placement student within the Building Surveying team in Glasgow. His time was spent assisting, working and learning alongside Senior and Chartered Surveyors to provide support while gaining valuable on-the-job learning.

Now that he has graduated, Cameron is looking forward to the next step in his career and commented, “I am extremely grateful for all the support I have received from my colleagues while undertaking my studies. Their encouragement has played a key part in my success and I’m delighted to now be taking on more responsibility as a Graduate Surveyor and getting started on working towards sitting my Assessment of Professional Competence (APC) which will allow me to become a fully Chartered Quantity Surveyor over the next few years.”

With over 40 professional staff in employment within the Technical Services team comprising Architectural, Building Surveyors, Quantity Surveyors, Planning Consultants, Carbon + Sustainability and Project Managers across their office networks, Graham + Sibbald are continuing to expand their offering of services and locations. Graham + Sibbald now boasts over 230 employees and 23 Partners working across its 20 UK offices in Scotland and England.

Gerry Blyth, Associate and Quantity Surveyor at Graham + Sibbald, said “We’re very proud of Cameron for graduating from University with his QS degree. He has worked exceptionally hard and I’m delighted to see him take this next step in his career with Graham + Sibbald as a Graduate Surveyor. There is lots to look forward to in further developing his knowledge and skillset across a variety of projects in the commercial, retail, civil engineering and utilities sectors including both new build, refurbishment and fit out projects.”