Greg started with the Practice in 2006 as a Stock Condition Surveyor. After working with various housing associations, he moved into the role of project delivery, becoming a competent Contract Administrator responsible for delivering major planned projects across two large stock transfers.
Following this experience, Greg began training apprentice surveyors, eventually forming his own team of surveyors which he now oversees on a daily basis, managing their involvement across planned programmes and ensuring works are monitored and delivered in accordance with instructions, budget, and timeframe and to the required level of workmanship.
Greg’s career in the industry began as a Land Surveyor, carrying out Theodolite surveys of quarries and landfill sites. He then moved into measured surveys, gaining experience in preparing complex technical design drawings. For a period, he also worked in the field of estate agency, providing measured surveys, property valuations, floorplans and advertising for an agency specialising in country properties including manor houses, oast houses and cottages.
For clients involved in planned work stream programmes, Greg brings exceptional problem-solving skills and a well-developed ability to maintain streamlined relations between residents, key stakeholders, clients and contractors.
Greg is a Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and the Chartered Institute of Building. He has worked on a number of high profile projects, including as Lead Surveyor on a £14 million planned works programme for Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing.
1996: BSc (Hons) in Building Surveying
1993: BTEC National Diploma in Construction
1991: BTEC First Diploma in Construction