Keith Quigley has joined Manchester building consultancy Paragon as associate director building surveyor.
He joins from Workman, where he project managed shopping centre and out-of-town retail refurbishments and reconfigurations together with offices including Citygate and Federation House within the NOMA estate.
Quigley’s appointment follows two other hires. In February, senior project manager James Quirk joined frm EY, teaming up with ex-Mace colleague and director of projects Peter McIlhagger. Quirk is currently working on Select Property Group’s Vita Living student accommodation scheme in Leeds.
Cost manager Andy Kehoe, who joined in late 2016 from Morgan Sindall, is working again with Tarik Rasul, with whom he worked on the £40m redevelopment of Oldham Town Hall.
James Onions, director at Paragon, said: “It’s great that so many capable professionals see us as an attractive career proposition and that we can offer them a variety of interesting and challenging work.
“We are 24 months old in Manchester and have quickly grown to be a team of more than 20 with plans for further growth in the coming months.”