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Jones Melling hires experienced quartet

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We’re pleased to announce the appointment of three new building surveyors in Rachael McMonagle, Simon Gummer and Daniel Lawson. Meanwhile, Lone Bech Nielsen has joined us as an architectural technologist.

The appointments come on the back of record growth for the firm in 2018/19 and take our staff numbers to 20. They also coincide with our 10th anniversary next month.

“These appointments are a result of continued growth within our business and allow us to build significant additional capacity within the team,” comments our director Gary Melling.

“Our surveying services, for a wide range of building projects and property transactions, continue to be in demand. This is also leading to more enquiries for the associated architectural technology support we can offer our clients.

“Rachael, Simon, Daniel and Lone bring a significant amount of experience to the firm and will offer our clients quality property advice.”

Rachael joins us from Liverpool-based Ridge and Partners where she was a building surveyor. She has expertise in building condition surveys and reinstatement cost assessments. She will be based at our Chester office.

Daniel joins us from Trident Building Consultancy where he was assistant building surveyor. His expertise includes dilapidations, pre-acquisition advice, planned preventative maintenance, condition surveys and life-cycle maintenance.

Simon Gummer was formerly at Salford-based Urban Vision where he managed a range of projects and building surveys. In his role with us he will undertake building surveys and contract administration for both residential and commercial projects.

Lone brings more than 30 years of architectural design experience to the firm. Her most recent position was with major construction and engineering business TClarke. Daniel, Simon and Lone will be based at our Preston office.

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