Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Gateley RJA strengthens East Midlands residential team with senior appointments

Gateley RJA, the specialist quantity surveying, project management and clerk of works arm of professional services group, Gateley, has strengthened its residential team with two senior appointments in Leicester and Nottingham.

James Frost has been appointed as a senior quantity surveyor at the Kibworth Harcourt office. He previously held roles with Summers-Inman and Gleeds, bringing 12 years of construction experience to the team.

In his role at Gateley RJA, Frost will deliver key quantity surveying and employer’s agent services, as well as driving process efficiencies within the residential team, including a strong focus on cost planning and due diligence.

Casey Harper joins the West Bridgford office as a senior project manager. Harper brings 12 years of construction, residential development and commercial property management experience to the team following appointments with Beyond Consult, Trent & Dove Housing and Nottingham City Homes.

At Gateley RJA, Harper will support residential and affordable housing clients with the delivery and completion of design and build contracts, as well as developer agreements.

Both appointments will bring a strong strategic focus to the consultancy’s residential services offering, as well as leading on the development and management of their respective teams.

Hardeep Kooner, director of residential at Gateley RJA, said: “We pride ourselves on our strong client relationships and the delivery of outstanding services on projects.

“James and Casey both have a wealth of construction and property experience which will bolster our strategic management team and play a core part in strengthening our residential offering.

“Both appointments will make brilliant additions to our team, and I’m looking forward to seeing how their careers progress.”

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