A further two surveyors at DM Hall, one of Scotland’s foremost firms of Chartered Surveyors, and which this year celebrates 125 years since its foundation in 1897, have passed the final professional hurdle of their exhaustive training with flying colours.
The two, Ross Craig and Ruari MacIntyre, now qualified chartered surveyors, sat and passed successfully the Assessment of Professional Competence (APC), which sees them progress to be members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
Ross Craig in the firm’s Glasgow Commercial department and Ruari MacIntyre in its Aberdeen Commercial department have both successfully attained the highly valued property professional qualification after an extensive course of study.
Ross joined DM Hall in 2019 and holds a master’s degree from Edinburgh Napier University. He handles both commercial agency and valuation.
DM Hall recruited Ruari as an intern, also in 2019, after he completed an MSc degree in Real Estate Management and Investment at Edinburgh Napier University.
Ian Woods, Commercial Partner across the West of Scotland offices, who is heavily involved in education initiatives at the firm, said: “With the success of Ross and Ruari in passing their APCs, I am delighted to say that they bring to a total of five the number of DM Hall team members who have achieved RICS membership this year.
“This is a fantastic achievement by all these professionals, who come from a range of backgrounds, especially against a backdrop of Covid 19 and all the inconveniences it caused to both professional work and intensive study.”
John McHugh, Managing Partner of DM Hall, said: “We welcome Ross and Ruari to membership of our professional body and look forward to seeing them grow in confidence and experience over the coming months and years.
“They are the future of the profession and we are quite delighted by how they have been performing in their chosen profession.”