Property advisor Jones Melling has grown its team with the addition of two building surveyors and an architectural technologist.
Building surveyors Robert Worthington and Stephen Timothy, along with technologist Jibran Hussain take headcount at the firm to 15. Jones Melling has offices in Chester, Preston and London.
Worthington joins from JLL and has also previously worked for Arcadis and AA Projects. He specialises in all aspects of building surveys, with specific expertise in dilapidations and contract administration.
Timothy was previously at Cowan & Co and his previous experience includes roles at Peter Cox Preservation Surveyors and ACS Surveyors. He specialises in some of the more traditional traits of building surveying, including rot, dampness and beetle infestation.
Hussain joins from property and asset management specialist MJ Mapp. His role at Jones Melling will involve the production of technical drawings for measured surveys, planning, building control and construction drawings.
Gary Melling, director and co-founder of Jones Melling, said: “Rob and Stephen are experienced building surveyors with strong project management skills, while Jibran offers us a high level of technical expertise in his role as an architectural technologist, especially in 3D modelling and visualisation.
“All three have worked in large multi-disciplinary practices on projects across the UK, so they have the knowledge and attributes that significantly strengthen our team. These appointments give us solid foundations for continued growth.”