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Cheltenham-based construction consultants appoint new senior quantity surveyor

A Cheltenham-based firm of construction consultants, planners, surveyors and access consultants, has appointed a new senior quantity surveyor.

David Marks has joined Evans Jones, bringing over 25 years' experience working across a range of construction projects in the retail, heritage, healthcare and education sectors.

David's previous position was at Gleeds, the global property and construction consultancy, where he held the post of senior quantity surveyor for 12 years.

David's previous experience covers the full range of cost management roles, including setting initial budgets, cost planning, cash flow projection, contract procurement, tender documentation, value engineering, post contract management and final account settlement.

Peter Belton, head of project consultancy at Evans Jones commented: "We are delighted to welcome David to the team. His experience of large construction projects and quantity surveying background will really strengthen our project consultancy team and enable us to offer a greater depth of quantity surveying services to new and existing clients. His appointment is a real statement of commitment to growing this area of the business and we believe that with his appointment, this area of the project division will really go from strength to strength."

For more information about David Marks and Evans Jones, click here or call 01242 522822.

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