Surveying firm Edward Symmons has doubled the size of its team in Birmingham and is moving to larger premises less than a year after opening its office in the city.
The firm is switching from Queensway House, Livery Street to Charles House, on Great Charles Street, Queensway.
Headed by partner Andrew Vaughan, it continues to expand with the appointment of Ian Dyer as a stock valuer, Tim Simmons as graduate surveyor and Sheryl Hoare providing administrative support.
The team includes associate partner Raj Kumar, who heads up the machinery and business assets division; Harry Dunger, senior surveyor with responsibility for bank valuations and investments; and James Acton, a surveyor in the machinery and business assets division.
"This is a very exciting time for us," said Mr Vaughan.
"We have already been involved with a number of important transactions in the Birmingham market, and this move to larger premises paves the way for our continuing growth and success.
" Having established ourselves in Birmingham and made ourselves known to the majority of our client base, we are now concentrating on and increasing the awareness of our clients to the size of Edward Symmons and our ability to take on the largest of instructions."
Recent projects covered by the Birmingham team include a 90 property portfolio review for West Bromwich Building Society.