Ardent moves into new Glasgow office as expansion continues


A LEADING surveying and consents management practice has strengthened its presence in in Glasgow by opening a new office.

Ardent, which has expertise in the transport, renewables, utilities and regeneration sectors, has moved into a new location in Glasgow following a series of new hires – and plans for further growth.

The company, which also has offices in Birmingham, London, Warrington and Dublin, is aiming to reach a 250 headcount by 2026 and its team in Scotland is key to that growth.

Ardent is also moving into a new office in Leeds at the same time.

In Glasgow, the team – led by Gillian Lang – has grown to nine people and, as such, has seen the company move into offices in Queen’s House in St. Vincent Place at the heart of the city’s central business district.

The office has enough space to allow the team to double in size again as it continues to grow its workload, particularly in the renewables sector in Scotland.

Carl Weaver, Chief Operating Officer at Ardent – which surpassed the £10 million turnover mark in its most recent set of accounts and has undergone a major rebrand, said the move showed the company’s commitment to all areas of the UK.

He said: “We have grown rapidly in Scotland and, by opening the new office in Glasgow, we are showing that we are here to stay. We have a long-term plan and we are committing to it and investing in it.

“There is lots of potential for new business across Scotland and this gives us a great base to work from.”

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