International real estate adviser Savills has expanded its Building & Project Consultancy (B&PC) team with the appointment of David Bailey who joins as a director based at the firm’s Southampton office.
Bailey has over 25 years’ experience within the built environment with expertise in building surveying, development monitoring, project management and providing strategic accommodation advice. He joins from Gregory Associates where he was a director, specialising in complex industrial fit outs for national and multi-national occupiers, as well as successfully delivering the fit out of several commercial offices for high end clients and leading on Party Wall Matters and Reinstatement Cost Assessments for the organisation.
At Savills Bailey will focus on project management, particularly of the construction and fit out of industrial sites in London and the south east, with a number of high profile projects in the pipeline currently. He will also support the southern region team in delivering wider professional Building Surveying services.
Nick Ireland, director in building & project consultancy at Savills Southampton, said: “We are delighted to welcome David to the team. Our project management team is increasingly in demand across the region, as more and more clients call on us to manage the successful delivery of their projects. We are working on some exciting projects and David’s depth of experience and expertise in the built environment will add to our strong team in the region.”
David Bailey added: “Savills is a major global player and has an excellent reputation in the industry. I’m pleased to join the team at an exciting time in Southampton and I am looking forward to contributing to the business.”
Simon Collett, head of building & project consultancy, commented: “We are very pleased to welcome David to Savills and to be further expanding our project management team. We pride ourselves on being best in class across a diverse range of service lines and David’s appointment will be instrumental in continuing to strengthen the division’s capabilities.”