People

As a newly established company, we aim to expand as our needs require, continuing to offer a personal service to our customers. We are committed to good management, continuous professional development, and the welfare of staff we employ.

We are extremely proud of our knowledge of both local and international markets, and shall endeavor to carry this tradition forward.

John Tulloch

John Tulloch
John Tulloch

John studied at Liverpool John Moores University graduating with a Bsc (hons) in Quantity Surveying. As a student he gained experience with a private housing developer based in Falkirk, Scotland, during his work experience year, concentrating mainly on small housing projects spread around the Stirlingshire area and extending as far as the outskirts of Glasgow.

John then worked in the Scottish Borders, from where he originates, employed as part of a team of Quantity Surveyors & Cost Control Consultants. Here he gained nine years invaluable experience, being involved in a variety of projects for local authorities, housing associations and private clients. Some significant projects were extensions to local schools for Scottish Borders Council and the first stage of restoration works to the well known “Gunsgreen House” in Eyemouth.

John then sought to gain international and wider experience with a Quantity Surveying and Project Management Consultancy based in Moscow, Russian Federation, where he spent three successful years. Later projects included providing full quantity surveying services on a substantial fit out of an investment bank, amounting to £40 million pounds in Moscow’s new financial district, which lead to further work in Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Following Russia, John relocated to Tripoli, Libya, in July 2009, and filled the role of Cost and Contract Manager on Libya’s first National Public Park, a significant and highly complex landmark project, amounting to £360 million pounds.

An interest in restoration, refurbishment and environmental building has formed a significant feature of his working knowledge. He has worked closely with environmental builders within the United Kingdom, possessing invaluable hands on experience of many environmental techniques, including natural and recycled foundation solutions, straw bale walling, green roofs and wall finishing with natural clay plasters and lime render.

John has attained MRICS status with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, and has acted as both an RICS assessor and RICS Rossia board member during his time in Moscow.

Now based in the United Kingdom, his intention is to continue applying and developing a wider depth of knowledge to the projects in which he is involved.

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