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Kenneth Birch joins Bailey Partnerships with more than 25 years of experience. Credit: via Bailey Partnerships

Bailey Partnership appoints director

Kenneth Birch has joined the building consultancy from his previous role as associate director at Mace Group.

As director, Birch will lead the team of seven at Bailey Partnership’s new Manchester office, located at One Balloon Street. He will also be responsible for providing services in the disciplines of building surveying and project management.

A Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, Birch brings more than 25 years of experience across commercial, private, and public property sectors to his position.

Birch’s previous positions include four years as operations director at Lendlease, as well as associate director at Pinders and Pick Everard for a total of nine years.

With clients including the Ministry of Justice and the Home Office, Bailey Partnership’s Manchester office is the company’s first in the North of England.

Birch described the company as “a forward-thinking, innovative multidisciplinary construction consultancy.”

He continued: “Our aim is to provide a seamless and collaborative service to our clients and project stakeholders, utilising our range of in-house construction disciplines and professional services.”

Established in 1971, the company now has seven offices across the UK, located in Manchester, Plymouth, Chichester, London, Bristol, Exeter, and Cornwall.

Managing partner, Simon Zawada, said: “Looking back over the last 50 years there have been so many incredible moments; ground-breaking projects that have played a significant role in the growth of Bailey Partnership and the development of our people…

“At Bailey Partnership we have a fantastic team of highly talented individuals, and our anniversary and expansion into the North of England is a further opportunity to celebrate their achievements, thank our clients and come together to look to the next 50 years.”

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