Hurleypalmerflatt opens new office in Scotland

Multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy hurleypalmerflatt is moving into new offices in Scotland as it prepares to double the size of its operations in Scotland. The practice has been providing clients in Scotland with a wide range of specialist building engineering services for a number of years.

Mark Arthur, regional director, says, ‘Scotland’s move towards a low-carbon economy provides us a unique opportunity to grow our business and transform the built environment for a sustainable future. Our new office will enable us to meet the growing demand for our expertise, both domestically and overseas, in critical engineering and energy and sustainability consultancy.’

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