An international property company has announced a hat trick of appointments to its 130 strong Midlands team.
Consultants Rider Levett Bucknall, which has offices in Millenium Point, has hired Alan Hooley to the firm’s healthcare team, Lee Crease has been taken on as a senior construction, design and management (CDM) coordinator, and Lisa Stanley has retrained from a team secretary to become a building surveyor.
Mr Hooley, a sector specialist with experience of supporting delivery of healthcare projects and programmes, will be based in Birmingham, the firm’s UK healthcare hub.
Mr Crease, who is also a chartered building surveyor, has more than 17 years’ experience in the construction industry and has completed building surveying and CDM-C commissions across a variety of sectors, including retail, commercial, defence, industrial and education.
Ms Stanley’s key client is the Post Office which is re-branding and changing the layout of its branches.
She is overseeing these works and ensuring they are done to the Post Office specifications, including timescales.
Nigel Mason, managing partner of RLB in Birmingham, added: “Boosting the team with the right calibre of people is essential to ensure we continue to deliver the very best service we can to our clients. Alan, Lee and Lisa all have the drive, determination and a passion to contribute to this goal and I am delighted to welcome Alan and Lee on board and congratulate Lisa on her promotion.”
The Birmingham office of RLB is also a hub for nuclear and major international projects.