Hurleypalmerflatt acquires Glasgow consultancy

Hurleypalmerflatt has acquired Atco Consulting, a building-services-engineering business based in Glasgow. This acquisition broadens hurleypalmerflatt’s scope of services and existing regional presence in Scotland.

Mark Arthur will continue to manage the building services as director, while hurleypalmerflatt’s sustainability consultancy in Glasgow will re-locate into Atco’s existing premises. Atco provides building-services engineering and project management, as well as low-carbon consultancy.

Paul Flatt, chairman of hurleypalmerflatt, said, ‘By combining the resources of Atco Consulting and hurleypalmerflatt in Scotland, we are able to provide unrivalled multidisciplinary consultancy business in this market, while also delivering projects throughout the UK and Europe, with a clear focus on sustainability across the whole business.

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