Two of the country’s leading property consultancies have come together to create a new group that will raise the bar in the sector.
City of London-based CHPK Property and Construction Consultants has merged with Act Chartered Surveyors, headquartered in Gloucester, in a deal that will bring clients a complete range of expert services.
The merger will see both businesses continue to operate as individual brands but with a broader range of expertise and services available to existing and new clients.
CHPK Director, Gavin Lacey, said: “Both businesses are very strong and respected brands so it is important that we continue to build on those identities by providing the best and broadest range of services to our clients, which this merger allows us to do through drawing on the respective skills and expertise of both companies.”
In addition, with Act’s network of offices across the Midlands and South West, clients well beyond London, will now benefit from the additional services delivered by CHPK.
Alex Maidment, Director of Act, said: “Both businesses will actively seek to grow, as we now extend our respective offerings to clients and our reach into new areas. This is an exciting move for both us and for our clients, who will benefit from one of the industry’s most comprehensive and expert consultancy groups.”
The range of services now offered by the new group includes the following:
- Contract Administration
- Project Management
- Building Surveys
- Quantity Surveying
- Dilapidations expertise
- Party Wall expertise
- Building Regulations Compliance and Advice
- Approved Inspectors
- Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 expertise
- Building Pathology
- Building Re-instatement Assessments
- Equality Act expertise
- Expert Witness Service
- Fire Regulations, Consultancy and Risk Assessment
- Space Planning
- Training and Seminars
“Together, we are a stronger, more vibrant group that delivers real added value,” said Alex. “We are delighted to be working with the renowned and respected specialists at CHPK.”
CHPK Director, Tom Moriarty, added: “This merger is exciting for the both the Act and CHPK teams, which will develop alongside each other to offer the very best and broadest range of services to clients, as we grow together and ensure clients receive the best services available.”