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Pick Everard

Architectural and engineering practice Pick Everard has announced the appointment of three new Partners: Andrew almond, Alastair Hamilton and David Nisbet, all three of whom were previously Directors at the practice.

Andrew Almond, a Chartered Architect who joined Pick Everard in 1992 has been Project Architect on many large developments for clients including J. Sainsbury, MOD and British Gas. Most recently, Almond has been key account manager for Porcelanosa and local authority frameworks as well as being jointly responsible for developing education sector work within the practice.

Chartered Quantity Surveyor Alastair J. Hamilton joined Pick Everard in 1986 and has a wide experience of general quantity surveying practice, project management and audit & facilities management consultancy services, providing advice to both private and public sector clients in commercial, industrial, education, healthcare, defence, leisure and residential sectors. He has taken a leading role in providing strategic advice about property and facilities management and in the successful procurement and management of new national and regional services and maintenance contracts for a number of blue-chip clients. Hamilton is currently managing and developing work under a framework contract with the Office of Government Commerce which enables Pick Everard to provide a broad range of Technical Assurance Services in the public sector.

Chartered Architect David M. Nisbet joined Pick Everard in 1991. His experience includes managing design teams on large construction projects for new buildings and major refurbishments. Nisbet is currently managing and developing the practice's custodial work under alliance agreements for the Prison Service with major national contractors. Current projects include innovative pre-fabricated and environmentally sustainable solutions within developments at HMP High Down, HMP Lewes and HMP Norwich among others.

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