Our £8 million Jaguar Land Rover project in Aberdeen, being built by Ogilvie Construction for Peter Vardy Ltd, is nearing completion and is set to open later this year.
We are thrilled to announce the promotion of both Mary Rae and Paul Canning and the return of Kirsty Patrick.
Mary, who will have been with Armours for 10 years this year and having previously been one of our Senior Surveyors since 2013, has been promoted to Associate in recognition of her outstanding performance and first class service to Clients and leadership and management of staff. Mary brings a wealth of experience from across all sectors of the industry to her new role as Associate.
Well Done Heather: RICS Scotland Student Awards
Our Heather McIntyre’s dissertation has won the Quantity Surveying and Construction category of the RICS Scotland Student Awards. This is a competition that the RICS runs every year and involves all the four Scottish Universities (Heriott-Watt, Napier, GCU and Aberdeen) that run construction related courses including real estate submitting the best student dissertations under various categories.
Our Irvine Leisure Centre Project earlier this month. Topping out ceremony by the Provost of North Ayrshire Council, Council Officers and representatives from McLaughlin & Harvey, Armour Construction Consultants, KA Leisure and LA Architects