RLB expands Built Asset Consultancy European offering

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RLB has expanded its Built Asset Consultancy offering as part of its long-term growth strategy with offices across the Netherlands, Spain, Germany and Greece, servicing the whole of Europe.

With RLB recently announcing a 20% increase in its turnover year on year across its UK and European business, the built asset consultancy has supported this success with its own 41% YOY increase in revenue uplift.

A multi-disciplinary service offering that supports performance optimisation of built assets across the life cycle, professional services include reinstatement cost assessment, technical due diligence and development monitoring and includes client stakeholders from investors and landlord/owners to occupiers and end users.

Northern Ireland Partner, Carolyn Brady will initially lead the European expansion as RLB’s Head of Built Asset Consultancy for Europe. She comments,

“The success of the built asset consultancy across both the UK and more recently within Europe has played its part in RLB’s overall growth story. We are collaborating more with clients who operate in Europe, particularly in the data centre, logistics and manufacturing and hotels and leisure sectors, looking to optimise their assets, often supporting their decarbonisation targets. This growth signifies a real shift in organisations wanting to understand their built asset portfolio and how to maintain and optimise it.”

Steven Reynolds, National Head of Built Asset Consultancy, UK & Europe continues,

“The expansion of our service into Europe marks an exciting chapter in the growth and development of RLB Built Asset Consultancy. This builds on our success of delivery solutions across the built assets within the UK, translating this expertise within the European market and supporting both national and international clients operating within Europe.”