Welsh consulting firm expands into Surrey

Posted on November 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

A Cardiff Bay-based quantity surveying and project management consultancy is to open a new office in Surrey after just two years of trading. Chessmann Consulting, which has witnessed a steady growth since its inception with its area of operations expanding from Cardiff to as far as the Channel Islands, has secured a commission for a new £5.5 million care complex in Burgess Hill, West Sussex. The complex includes a number of residential blocks, an indoor sports hall and gymnasium, together with external sports facilities. The project is the first of a repeat commission for a number of similar schemes nationwide. The scheme is one of several projects in the Surrey area that Chessmann has secured, and the practice has decided to set up an office in Leatherhead to deal with the expanding workload in the area. Chessmann director Lee Bishop said recent projects secured in the Midlands and Manchester, including a £2m nursing home in Cannock, will continue to be run from the Cardiff Bay office. “Having a base in Su

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