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ADP opens second Scotland studio

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AJ120 practice ADP has opened an office in Edinburgh after winning jobs at two of the city’s main universities

The five-strong George Street studio in Edinburgh’s Old Town is the practice’s second office in Scotland and will be headed up by ADP director and former 3DReid divisional director Graeme Feechan.

Feechan’s team which has landed schemes at the University of Edinburgh and Heriot-Watt University and is also overseeing jobs in the Borders and the Central Belt will be supported by ADP’s 120 staff distributed across eight studios.

According to the practice, the move will ‘strengthen ADP’s position north of the border’ and ‘reflects the practice’s confidence in the opportunities for growth in Scotland’.

Feechan said: ‘Having a local presence enables us to give our clients the best possible service.’

ADP, which celebrated its 50th anniversary this year, aims to increase turnover to £9 million this year across its network of regional studios.

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