CUSHMAN & Wakefield has expanded its Scottish operation by welcoming 11 new appointments to the team.
Scott McKenzie joins as an associate director within the building consultancy department. Based in Glasgow, he returns to the business where he started his career as an assistant building surveyor before moving to JLL for over seven years.
Joining Scott in building consultancy is Josh Brines who has been appointed as senior building surveyor. Rachael Docherty joins the Glasgow valuations team as a senior surveyor, and Gary Kong joins the Edinburgh valuations team as a surveyor.
Ksenija Kasijan and Marcin Dzikowski have also joined the asset services team based in Glasgow as surveyors. Alan Kennedy has been appointed to the global occupier services team as a surveyor alongside Megan Neil, who will be based in Edinburgh. Sheila Munro joins the lease and transaction advisory team as a senior surveyor, working across both Glasgow and Edinburgh offices.
Two graduate surveyors have also joined the business – Deanna Hughes will work with the valuation team in Edinburgh and Anthony Rowley joins the Glasgow business space team. Earlier this year, Anthony was presented with the award for best 3rd year student BSc (Hons) Real Estate by Glasgow Caledonian University, sponsored by Cushman & Wakefield.
Stuart Dorward, managing partner Scotland and head of project management UK, said, “Like most industries attracting good talent is an ongoing commitment in a competitive landscape so we’re particularly delighted to welcome our new colleagues to the Scotland team. We have a robust learning and development pathway that the team will benefit from and with our continued business growth, they will be actively engaged in contributing to company’s success.”