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25. April 2012     Print Print 

Cushman & Wakefield launches new UK building services team

Cushman & Wakefield has established a new UK building services team in London, working across the UK. The new division is in line with the firm’s strategic aim to grow its Corporate Occupier & Investor Services (CIS) service line and represents a key milestone in building its London and UK presence.

The team is headed up by Alan Munson and Chris Browe. Alan and Chris originally come from engineering consulting firm Meinhardt UK, where they were UK board directors. Whilst at Meinhardt the team established a longstanding relationship with C&W as services consultants and worked together on many successful projects.

The team’s main focus will be on projects covering the core business lines of a traditional consultancy practice incorporating all aspects of building services design. Current projects include:

• A £750k 5,200 sq ft Category B fit-out project at Berkeley Square, London W1 for Cheniere
• A £1.95m 24,000 sq ft central plant replacement and Category A refurbishment project at 33 Regent Street for NAG Piccadilly
• A £1.04m 38,000 sq ft refurbishment project for Mitsubishi at 150 Leadenhall Street

Bryan Laxton, CEO UK at Cushman & Wakefield, said: “We are excited to be developing this new line of work and aim to expand this team in a structured manner over the next few years to that of a traditional medium-sized consultancy business. The new team build on the strong foundation of our Corporate & Investor Services service line.”