Sunday, June 26, 2022

Nottingham consultancy upsizes to fit team and business demands

National independent property, construction, and infrastructure consultancy Pick Everard has strengthened its presence in the East Midlands with the opening of a larger office in Nottingham city centre. The new space in Tollhouse Hill will cater for the firm’s growing team and business in the region.  

Pick Everard is one of the UK’s leading multi-professional consultancies and has more than 600 employees supporting clients with multi-professional property and construction consultancy. Its clients hold leading roles across the public and private sectors of the UK.   

The 156-year-old business has had a presence in Nottingham for more than 14 years. Now, to accommodate an agile and collaborative style of working and support its expanding Nottingham team, the firm has taken residence in a brand-new office space in the EastWest building. 

The new office features a brand-new fit out specific to Pick Everard, including 28 desk workspaces and two meeting rooms equipped with modern equipment to facilitate hybrid meetings. There are also informal meeting spaces, supported by a café on the ground floor for employees and clients. 

David Nisbet, partner at Pick Everard, said: “Over the past two years particularly, the growth in both the design and management services of the business meant a bigger office was the only logical next step. 

“On top of the greater resources we can now put into such areas, the move also allows us the opportunity to include additional new capabilities to the Nottingham office, bringing us more in line with Pick Everard’s multi-disciplinary construction solutions. Ultimately, we believe this growth signals the beginning of more expansion heading into the future.” 

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