The building surveying team at Knight Frank's Birmingham office is marking its first anniversary with the completion of more than 100 instructions.
And, as demand for its services continues to grow, the team is looking forward to welcoming an additional building surveyor.
The scope is summed up by William Martin, head of consultancy, who says: "The rapid growth of the department has far exceeded our expectations in this first year and we obviously are aiming to continue, and even better, this success in the coming months.
"When the department was set up a year ago, our key target was to build the foundations needed to enable us to provide a high quality, flexible service. As we enter our second year, we are now setting ourselves new priorities to develop and mature the service we provide."
Heading the building consultancy team is partner Stephen Morgan, a seasoned professional with more than 25 years of experience that includes a wide range of projects for blue chip clients.
The move to Knight Frank allows him to consolidate and expand his portfolio. He is also the chair of the Birmingham association of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
Mr Morgan says: "Our extensive experience across the team ensures that we can provide a tailor-made service to our clients - responding to their individual needs.
"For example, our work for Access Storage Solutions has covered a wide variety of building projects, which have all had to incorporate Access?s strong brand identity. We are currently working with fabricators on developing an innovative storage unit for them which will greatly speed their fit out programme."
The department's building surveyors are Michaela Perry and Tim Brown, who both joined Knight Frank within the last year. Michaela has more than six years experience in both client and consultancy roles, including the property investment sector, giving her the skills for her specialism in dilapidations.
A committee member of the RICS Building Surveying Local Faculty Group and the Birmingham Branch of Women in Property, she has recently completed projects for West Midlands Fire Service.
Working alongside here is Tim Brown. Having joined Knight Frank last September, he has 17 years of experience of the property and construction industry and is currently acting for South Birmingham College in the development of a #16.4 million arts and media centre.
He is also nearing completion of the design and project management of a scheme for ThyssenKrupp Materials (UK).