RLF, the global cost and project management consultancy has announced Colin Meharg has joined its Glasgow office as director and project management lead. With over 25 years of industry experience, Colin has been involved in major capital projects for clients within the higher education, healthcare, retail and leisure sectors. At MGAC | RLF he is responsible for advising the firm’s growing client base and developing the business expansion strategy.
Colin spent the past six years as lead technical director at Faithful+Gould where he was an integral part of the delivery team for the University of Glasgow’s £1 billion Gilmorehill masterplan. Other notable projects include the demolition of the former Western Infirmary and the £95 million James McCune Smith Learning Hub. He has a track record of successfully delivering challenging schemes within demanding environments, including community hospitals with trusts in Northern Ireland and for NHS Boards across Scotland. He is an NEC accredited project manager and MSP accredited programme practitioner.
Dorothy Robertson, executive director in the MGAC | RLF Glasgow office, commented: “Colin’s experience of projects and programmes within the higher education, health and commercial sectors has provided him with a unique skill set. His background means he has delivered projects as a designer, consultant and contractor enabling him to provide invaluable insights and advice to our growing client base. We are delighted to welcome him to MAGC | RLF at such an exciting time for the business.”
Colin Meharg commented: “MGAC | RLF has a reputation for delivering some of the largest and most impressive projects across Scotland and the wider UK. I am thrilled to be joining the dynamic team in Glasgow and sharing my knowledge and expertise to help advise clients.”