As we continue to develop and grow the firm towards the future, we are very proud to promote talent from within, and are delighted to announce the promotion of two members of the team, James Rollason and Matt Giblin. Both previously Senior Quantity Surveyors with the company have been promoted to Associates, reflecting our long-term plans [...]
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We are delighted to announce that the Riflemaker building, a Javelin Block scheme that PMP worked on alongside BPN Architects as quantity surveyors, is one of this year's recipients of the Birmingham Civic Society Centenary 2018 Renaissance Award! The pre-war building which was derelict until recently, consists of six apartments and a ground-floor office, and [...]
We are thrilled to announce that we are acting as quantity surveyors on the Alben Works development, Legge Lane, another Jewellery Quarter project. Working alongside Sjölander da Cruz Architects, the project will consist of offices, live/work units and nine townhouses, with work due to start later this year. The project forms part of the [...]
We're actually a bit late in the game writing this blog, but we thought it'd be a good idea to announce that three projects we worked on with BPN Architects, have been shortlisted for the Birmingham Civic Society Centenary 2018 Renaissance Award! The projects shortlisted include; Comet Works, Princip Street Derwent Works, Herietta Street Riflemaker, Water [...]
In a previous blog we looked at the red doors along Birmingham's canals, focusing on Saturday Bridge. This time, we're going to take a brief look at Friday Bridge. Just a stone's throw from Saturday Bridge, you will find Friday Bridge, or at least you will find it on maps, because sadly it no [...]
PMP Consultants are delighted to announce that we have won the competitive tender for the Jewellery Quarter Townscape Heritage scheme acting as quantity surveyors. The £2 million heritage project, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), consists of six private-sector developments which are all statutory listed and located within the 'Industrial Middle' of the [...]
It's been a long wait, but spring is finally here! We know we usually blog about buildings but we thought we'd mix things up this month and take a look at the Jewellery Quarter from a different view. From blossom to bluebells, we captured spring in the Quarter through a macro lens. It’s May, and [...]
Our Mary Street project is coming along nicely so we thought we'd share an update and some photos of the scheme. On a very rainy Friday in April (suppose that's why they call it April showers), we popped down to snap the progress so far. The original historical details in this property are wonderful and [...]
Walk into the Jewellery Quarter and you're almost spoiled for choice with the number of beautiful old buildings to admire. If you take a stroll to Mary Street, you’ll spot a house and ‘shopping’ development that’s a little different from the rest, because this building is the earliest identified of its kind in the Jewellery [...]
PMP Consultants appointed as members of the professional team for Symphony Hall’s proposed £12-million foyer redevelopment We are excited to announce that PMP Consultants have been appointed as quantity surveyor for Symphony Hall’s proposed £12-million foyer redevelopment. We are absolutely delighted to be part of the professional team on this incredible project, which will support [...]