Currie & Brown has appointed David Grose as Director of its Birmingham office with responsibility for leading the company’s operations in the Midlands.
David, 44, joins Currie & Brown from London Development Agency, where he was involved in the development and delivery of the city’s non Olympic regeneration projects, valued at over £500 million, and specialised in improving the performance of asset management.
David Burns, Currie & Brown’s Operations Director for UK South commented:
"We are delighted that David has joined the team. He brings with him over 20 years experience in property, surveying and regeneration and his broad range of skills, combined with an enthusiasm to deliver results will be a significant asset to the business as he takes it forward in the Midlands."
David Grose added:
"Currie & Brown is a leading professional practice with a reputation for quality and excellence, having delivered some of the country's highest profile projects for its clients. I am looking forward to building on the success of the business in the Midlands and continuing the development of the skill set necessary to meet the ambitions we have for growth in the region." The company’s Birmingham office has an impressive client portfolio that includes Marks and Spencer, Medirest, HM Prison Service and Vinci plc.
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Currie & Brown is a consultant in international construction and related matters, including risk and property management. It has four operating service divisions: Project Management, Cost Management, Consulting and Business Consultancy.
The company employs over 1000 people worldwide: 500 in the UK (50/50 split Scotland and England) and a further 500 in more than 50 overseas territories.
It is one of the world’s top 10 consultancies whose clients include Marks & Spencer, Royal Bank of Scotland, BBC, BAA, BP, Land Securities Trillium, and Shell Exploration.
The business is headquartered in London with 13 regional offices across the UK. It also has offices throughout Europe, Middle East, Asia, Australia, the Americas and associated offices in Africa.