National commercial property consultancy Naismiths has appointed Barques PR to raise the profile of its Midlands operations as it embarks on a period of significant growth.
Naismiths is involved in a wide range of industrial, commercial, leisure, residential and urban regeneration projects, in Birmingham, the Midlands and across the UK. It is providing key services including development management, project management, quantity surveying, employer’s agent and funder due diligence.
Active projects being delivered from the firm’s Newhall Street offices include developments in the West Midlands, East Midlands, Surrey, Middlesex, Worcestershire and Yorkshire.
Mark Bevan, project services director at Naismiths’ Birmingham office, said: “When we were considering appointing a PR partner, it was important that they had a clear understanding of the construction and property sectors.
“Barques has worked alongside many of the leading companies in commercial property for many years and has an excellent reputation for great service and delivering results. Working together, I’m confident that we’ll be seeing the name Naismiths in the media regularly with plenty of positive coverage of our achievements.”
Barques is an award-winning PR, digital and design agency based at Ludgate Hill in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter.
Paul Skipp, director of Barques PR, said: “Naismiths is a highly ambitious company with some great stories to tell and we’re going to enjoy making sure they get the recognition they deserve. With a first class reputation, and plans to further develop and grow its range of services, we intend to help Naismiths reinforce its presence across the country.”
Naismiths is a niche consultancy offering specialist services and advice to the construction and real estate sectors. The ambitious company has evolved into a national multi-disciplinary, dynamic, independent consultancy with offices in London, Birmingham, Bristol, Manchester, Leeds and Leicester.
Its range of services includes funder due diligence, restructuring and recovery, expert witness and dispute resolution, capital allowances, building surveying, project management, development management, employer’s agent and cost management.