Manchester building consultancy Black Cat has announced further expansion of its building surveying and project management team with the appointment of Marek Baldwin.
Baldwin has joined the practice as an associate director. He was previously at Workman, where he had worked since 2010. His appointment increases the size of Black Cat’s professional team to nine. The consultancy was established in October 2015.
Although based in Manchester, Black Cat works nationally acting on behalf of a diverse client base from major UK institutions, developers and property companies to smaller private investors.
Projects the firm has worked on in the region include Canada House and 55 Spring Gardens in Manchester, Bolton’s Beehive Mills, 1 Union Court in Liverpool and Derby House in Lancaster.
Stephen Barnes, one of the founding directors of Black Cat along with Ben Golby and James Dyson, said: “We’re delighted that Marek has joined us. He’s a very talented surveyor with a huge amount of experience and he joins us as a number of exciting projects are being delivered throughout the UK.”