Last year we were delighted to have been positioned at number 121 in the annual Top 150 Consultants survey compiled from data given to Building by hundred’s of consultancies across the UK.
Despite a year of political and economic unrest, Thomson Gray has worked hard to build on relationships with clients and strengthen our reputation across the UK. Our hard work has not gone unnoticed and we are pleased to see we’ve moved up 16 places in the table to securing position 105 in the Top 150 Consultant’s Table.
Over 300 consultancies in the UK were approached to give data around growth and the results are found by analysing each consultancy’s growth around staffing levels, physical premises and annual fees.
Thomson Gray’s Managing Director, Stuart Gray, was pleased to see the improvement in position. “We have worked hard at broadening our offering by expanding our building surveying, project management and CDM teams across Scotland. In the past year, we relocated our Glasgow office to larger premises in the city centre which has helped strengthen and develop our workload in the West of Scotland. Next year we intend to expand our services in the Highlands and North of Scotland”.
Many consultancies who have seen a growth in 2019 attribute their success to bringing in new skill-sets, particularly around digital development, communication and diversifying into other areas in the industry and geographically.
We will continue our commitment to deliver a high standard of output to our clients for 2020 and look forward to seeing the results of the Building Top 150 Consultants Table next year!