Graham + Sibbald Welcome New Associate

Graham + Sibbald are pleased to announce the recent hire of John Adamson as an Associate, leading the growth of their Building Surveying service provision across Swindon.

Having graduated from the University of the West of England with a degree in Building Surveying in 2011, John has worked within the construction industry for more than 10 years’ and boasts a significant amount of expertise across project management, due diligence, building surveys, condition surveys and general building and technical advice.

John commented, “Graham + Sibbald have ambitious growth plans in the works and so it’s a great opportunity for me to be joining the business at this time. The building surveying department are seeing significant client demand across a range of services, with a particular focus on England and the South. I’m very much looking forward to working with the Building Surveyors in our London office and leading expansion in Swindon and the surrounding area.”

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 UK office network, Graham + Sibbald are continuing to expand their offering of services and locations.

Building Surveying Partner, David Ross said, “As we continue on an upward growth trajectory, we are delighted to welcome John to Graham + Sibbald. His experience within the building surveying sector will be greatly beneficial in adding to the success of our team across the UK, with a focus on growth in Swindon. We are very much looking forward to seeing what John brings to the table in supporting our technical services team, working closely with our London, Birmingham and Manchester offices.”

Graham + Sibbald has over 230 employees and 23 partners working across its 20 UK offices in Scotland and England, where Swindon was recently added as an office base further to the recent acquisition of Keningtons Chartered Surveyors in June of this year.