Gleeds is a world-class independent property and construction consultancy with 130 years’ experience. Our vision is to create a business that attracts the very best clients, projects and people in the industry.
With 71 offices in 20 countries over 6 continents, we’re very much a global consultancy. Each and every one of those offices is staffed by local people with very specific experience and expertise. We unite local talent with global know-how to help clients meet challenges across countries, throughout regions and without borders.
We have experience of virtually every sector in the industry – bringing a diverse capability and specialist knowledge to each and every project.
As an independent multi-disciplined consultancy, we provide solutions for every stage of the construction and property lifecycle.
With 88% of employees worldwide seeking choice in their working start and finish times, we know that work has to fit in with life, and not the other way round.
Continuing to develop its specialist services to the rail sector, Gleeds has appointed Richard Stansfield as director of cost management.
Gleeds has been named project and cost manager for the redevelopment of the Ablett Mental Health Unit at Glan Clwyd Hospital in Bodelwyddan, near Rhyl in Wales.
Gleeds has announced the appointment of Paul Allen as business development director, based out of the firm’s Atlanta office in the USA.
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