RLB moves up the rankings in Building’s Top 150 Consultants survey 2022

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Building’s Top 150 Consultants Survey 2022 has been released and we’re proud to announce that RLB has moved up the rankings with Project Managers now at 8th place and Quantity Surveyors moving up to 6th.

Andrew Reynolds, Global Chairman and Chief Executive UK & Europe, commented: “This result is a testament to the strong team we have cultivated over the last year. It demonstrates the significant growth of our business in terms of people, services and revenues, and RLB’s commitment to developing our people, increasing the number of chartered employees by 35%. As one of the few independent firms ranking in the top end of the table, I am absolutely delighted with RLB’s position.”

The results were concluded from over 350 firms that provided details on the number of chartered staff, non-chartered and technical staff, and domestic and worldwide fee incomes. Companies were also asked questions relating to their staff recruitment, wage patterns, margins, areas of work and work expectations. Overall, RLB positioned at 13th place, and this year the table included new joiners Mace, Stantec, Faithful + Gould and Atkins.

If you’d like to find out more about the Building Top 150 Consultants Survey please click here.