New Associate Director at Armsons Barlow

Leading Derby-based project managers, construction cost consultants and building surveyors Armsons Barlow have appointed Paul Hanson as associate director.

Paul joined Barlow & Associates in 1991 as a trainee quantity surveyor and went on to gain a degree in Quantity Surveying from Nottingham Trent University.

During his time with the firm, Paul has delivered a variety of schemes for a range of clients and worked in a number of different roles including quantity surveyor, employer’s agent, bank monitoring surveyor, project manager and party wall surveyor.

He has also broadened his skills and experience with secondments to contractors in both retail and civil engineering.

In his new role as associate director, Paul will assume several new responsibilities, including managing a small team of surveyors and leading the companies’ services on a portfolio of schemes for one of their key clients.

Commenting on his new role, Paul said:

“The merger of Armsons and Barlow & Associates is proving to be an exciting time, and I am enjoying being part of a larger team and sharing experiences.

“The varying roles and mix of clients I have worked on over the past 30 years has helped keep the work fresh and exciting. This, together with great colleagues, is the reason I have been here for this amount of time.

“My promotion within the new structure at Armsons Barlow has opened up a new chapter to enable me to further my career and I look forward to many more years learning and sharing with my new colleagues.”

Josh Toon, director of Armsons Barlow, added:

“We’re delighted to appoint Paul as an associate director at Armsons Barlow. This appointment reflects the significant contribution he has made to the firm over the past three decades.

“Over the past 30 years, Paul has gained an unrivalled level of experience, working on a diverse range of major projects for both private and public sector clients and he is set to take on more responsibility in his new role as a senior member of the team.”

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