Construction expert Angus Macdonald rejoins consultancy Summers-Inman at Edinburgh base

Construction industry expert Angus Macdonald has rejoined consultancy Summers-Inman at its Scottish headquarters in Edinburgh.

Angus Macdonald, who previously worked for the company for four years from 2014 to 2018, has been appointed associate director to head up its cost consultancy services in Scotland.

Macdonald, who previously worked for the company for four years from 2014 to 2018, has been appointed associate director to head up its cost consultancy services in Scotland

Described as “vastly experienced”, Macdonald has worked in construction consultancy in Scotland for 27 years.

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He said: “It’s an exciting time to be rejoining Summers-Inman. There is a lot of positivity around the company just now despite the challenges the country has faced.

“It’s a good fit for me and it feels good to be back. I know a lot of the people and how the business works and it was a familiar, friendly environment to come back into.

“There are a lot of plans to take the company forward in Scotland and I’m looking forward to being involved. We are in a good position with the client base we have and it’s a case of consolidating and using that base to take things forward with better times hopefully ahead.”

Macdonald, who was born in Stornoway, returns to the business following three years at consultancy firm Arcadis.

Regional managing director Aynsley Cheatley added: “Having worked with Angus previously, for almost four years, we very much look forward to working with him again.

“Angus is recognised in the local industry as being a first-class quantity surveyor and there is no one better placed to lead our teams, providing services on framework contracts and to other long-term established clients.”

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