CBRE appoints Daniel Hardwick in its Middle East Building Consultancy team

Posted on 22nd February 2018

CBRE appoints Daniel Hardwick in its Middle East Building Consultancy team
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According to *Tradearabia news report, CBRE, the global real estate consulting firm, has announced a new appointment - Daniel Hardwick - in its Middle East Building Consultancy team.

Hardwick has been named the head of CBRE Middle East’s Building Consultancy team and will be responsible for all elements of project delivery for high profile clients, as well as leading the UAE team.

With unrivalled knowledge of the local market and offering a full range of real estate services to a range of businesses and government entities, the new hire highlights CBRE’s growing footprint in the Middle East region, said the statement from CBRE.
 
Daniel has spent over a decade in the UAE and offers a wealth of experience having delivered a number of award-winning projects within the region for key commercial clients.

Welcoming the appointment, Nick Maclean, the managing director, CBRE Middle East, said: "This is an exciting chapter for CBRE as we continue to expand our team with driven and committed individuals. As a key player in the region’s real estate market for almost 15 years, CBRE has developed a strong client base and continually attracts best-in-class employees."

"I am confident that with Daniel’s experience, we will solidify our service line offerings and continue to drive exceptional results for our clients," noted Maclean.

CBRE operates in all the GCC countries, as well as Morocco, Egypt and Turkey with over 500 employees and supported by an international network of 75,000 colleagues and 92 associates.

The firm offers a wide range of services across research and consulting, advisory and transactions, residential, asset services, global corporate services and building consultancy.

*News source: http://tradearabia.com/news/CO...

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