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Malcolm Hollis wins at the Insider NE Property Awards

News | May 4, 2018

Malcolm Hollis is thrilled to announce that Central Square South in Newcastle won the Refit/Refurbishment of the Year category at the Insider North East Property Awards last night.

Our team in Newcastle, provided dilapidations, contract administration, CDM, M&E dilapidations, M&E design, measured surveys and licence to alter services to our client Standard Life Investments and Overbury was the contractor on the project.

Philip Hirst, Senior Associate commented: “We are very proud to win at the Insider North East Property Awards last night! This project is most definitely testament to the skills we have at Malcolm Hollis. Amazing team effort with Standard Life Investments and Overbury.”

To read more about the project, click here