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New era begins as chartered surveying firms merge

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Derby-based cost consultants, quantity surveyors and project managers Armsons has announced it has merged with another company.

The company has merged with fellow Derby firm Barlow & Associates to form Armsons Barlow.

Operating throughout the UK, the Armsons Barlow project management and quantity surveying team aims to protect their clients’ position in the costing, procurement and delivery of construction and refurbishment projects.

This is supported by its building surveyors, providing pre-acquisition surveys and advice for purchasers, landlords and tenants, schedules of condition, dilapidation claims and investigation of defects.

The company’s experience includes projects in the industrial, commercial, infrastructure, residential, healthcare, sports and leisure, retail, education and heritage sectors.

Stephen Fernie, director at Armsons, said: “Over the past five decades Armsons has established a reputation as one of the region’s leading firms of project managers, construction cost consultants and building surveyors.

“We share the same values as Barlow & Associates in our commitment to provide our public and private sector clients with a first-class personalised professional service.

“Both businesses have been involved in significant regeneration projects and developments across the Midlands.

“Joining forces will enable us to build on the success and reputations of both firms and expand our presence across the Midlands and beyond.”

Chris Mills, director of Barlow & Associates, said: “The merger brings together the considerable experience and expertise of two long-established firms.

“The combined experience and additional resources will enable the new company to continue to provide first -class services in what is an increasingly demanding industry.”

Armsons Barlow will be based in Vernon Street, Derby, with Armsons having relocated from its base at St Matthew’s House, in Darley Abbey.

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