Independent commercial building consultancy Malcolm Hollis has announced ten new starters in its offices across the UK, Ireland and mainland Europe.
Adrian Micallef joined the Malcolm Hollis Leeds office as a senior engineer. Micallef has over twenty years of experience in the engineering and surveying sector and specialises in risk assessment and surveying solutions.
Andrew Griffiths joined the Malcolm Hollis Glasgow office as an environmental consultant. He is a recent graduate of the University of Stirling where he completed a Master Honours in environmental management. Griffiths undertook a placement with the firm in 2017 and specialises in risk assessment, technical due diligence (TDD) and environmental permitting.
Conor Lynch also joined the Malcolm Hollis Glasgow office as a building surveyor. He is an experienced building surveyor who joins the team from Cavendish Maxwell, in Dubai. After graduating from Glasgow Caledonian University in 2014 with a degree in Building Surveying, Lynch worked for Brown + Wallace LLP. He will work across all clients in the Glasgow office, undertaking inspections, reporting, and managing various projects.
Cristina Gasco Gonzales joined the Malcolm Hollis office in Madrid as an associate. Cristina has 19 years’ experience in real estate development and is responsible for development, project and cost management services.
Paul Magill joined Malcolm Hollis’s Liverpool office as a senior chartered building surveyor. Magill worked previously at Trident Building Consultancy Ltd, where he focussed on dilapidations, contract administration, technical due diligence (TDD) building surveys, and reinstatement cost assessments.
Wioletta Simlat joined the Malcolm Hollis office in Berlin as a project manager. Having attained Bachelor Honours in architecture and civil engineering at the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany, Simlat was later awarded best in faculty for Architecture, Civil Engineering and Urban Design, for her thesis submission as part of her Master Honours in climate adapted design and operation.
Kyle Faloon joined Malcolm Hollis’s Dublin office as a building surveyor. Faloon recently graduated from Ulster University, where he completed a Bachelor of Science in building surveying.
Darren Worsley joined Malcolm Hollis’ London City office as an associate. Worsley leaves his previous role at Ward Williams Associates where he managed their residential sector department. With over 17 years’ experience of multi-discipline quantity surveying, he has worked in various sectors, including commercial, retail and infrastructure.
Kevin Howes was also appointed to the London City office, as a senior chartered building surveyor. He has 18 years of industry experience which spans both public and private commercial sectors and specialises in technical due diligence.
Will Hooker joined Malcolm Hollis’s Ashford office as a building surveyor. Hooker graduated from London Southbank University with a Master Honours in building surveying. During his time studying, he worked for East Thames Housing Association and Folkestone and Hythe District Council, as a building surveyor.