TowerEight, the leading independent project and cost management consultancy, has appointed ten new starters across the business.
Stephen McKay, Tim Cock, Amber McCarthy, Andrew Cracknell, Thomas Wooder, David Hadnutt, Orlagh Byrne, Ian Jones, Sabrina Wagstaff and Laura Shaw have joined the London-based firm in the last month.
Just five years since forming, the firm now has over 65 team members across construction project management and cost consultancy. The new hires add further expertise to TowerEight’s project and cost management teams and have been made in response to a series of new project wins and growth.
James Morris, Director at TowerEight, said: “In the past five years we have grown strongly in hotels, PRS, student accommodation, healthcare, offices and residential, and we have consistently been hiring the best talent in the industry to strengthen our position during this time.
“The ability to attract the right recruits in a very competitive market place shows the strength of our market proposition and the quality of our client list. Hiring new staff that have the right blend of experience is critical to ensuring that our clients receive the best service, all of the time.”
Andrew Cracknell, Stephen McKay, Laura Shaw and Sabrina Wagstaff have joined the project management team at TowerEight alongside Ian Jones.
Amber McCarthy and Thomas Wooder join TowerEight as cost managers. David Hadnutt will start as a cost manager having been at Thomas and Adamson, Orlagh Byrne joins as a quantity surveyor after working at Microsoft, and Tim Cock takes up a role as a QS having been with Arup.