Scotland and M&E Partners named amid national team development


We’re pleased to announce a set of promotions across TFT which strengthens our position in Scotland and our M&E offering, as well as growth across several key service lines and regions:

Promotion and new joiners, clockwise from top left: Marc Hill, Lorna Melton-Scott, Andrew Ferrznolo, Jon Grimes, Neil Wotherspoon, Greg Curtis, Clayton McClean, Dan May, Oliver Morris and Shanika Fraser.

Neil Wotherspoon becomes Partner. Having headed up TFT’s Edinburgh practice since it was established in 2016, Neil has grown our presence in the region with major projects including the landmark Edinburgh St James redevelopment, which we monitor for APG.

Marc Hill becomes Partner for M&E, based in our Bristol practice. Marc joined as part of independent M&E consultancy Wye Solutions, which was acquired by TFT in 2014. Today Marc leads a 15-strong team across Bristol, Guildford, London and Birmingham, maximising the value of property portfolios with enhanced building services which combine sustainability and performance.

Reflecting continual growth in our Development and Project Consultancy, Andrew Ferrznolo and Jon Grimes both become Technical Partners, in London and Cardiff respectively.

Oliver Morris is now an Associate in TFT’s Sustainability Consultancy, following commendation as a UKGBC Future Leader. Dan May becomes Associate, specialising in commercial building consultancy, based in London

Regional growth around TFT’s Birmingham office has also led to the promotion of two Senior Building Surveyors, Greg Curtis and Clayton McLean – and the arrival of Shanika Fraser to the practice as a Project Manager from Allen Construction Consultancy.

In Guildford, we welcome Nathan Smith, BS graduate from Atkins.

With new joiners and team shifts underway, we’re also very happy to name Lorna Melton-Scott as HR Manager, based in Guildford. She’s here to provide higher-level HR advice and support across a diverse team of specialists, as well as lead recruitment for further new roles on the way.

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