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Armsons Barlow Celebrates Its 50th Anniversary
By: Armsons Barlow
More than 100 staff, clients, associates and friends marked the occasion with an evening reception at the Derby Museum of Making.
Armsons was established by Michael Armson in 1972 to offer specialist quantity surveying expertise to private and public sector clients across the region.
Over the past five decades, the business has expanded its service offering considerably and now delivers a range of core services, including project management, construction cost management and building surveying, across a broad spectrum of sectors - including commercial, industrial, civil engineering, residential, healthcare, retail, sports and leisure, education and heritage.
At the end of 2021, Armsons joined forces with chartered quantity surveyors and building surveyors Barlow & Associates to create Armsons Barlow and relocated from their long-standing home on Brick Row in Darley Abbey to Vernon Street in Derby.
The new combined business provides an expanded, multi-disciplinary operation which encompasses all major building and surveying sectors.
At the event, presentations were made to Michael Armson in recognition of his 50 years in business and to Stephen Fernie, who is celebrating 25 years with the firm.
Commenting on the 50th anniversary celebrations, Sally Walters, director of Armsons Barlow, said:
"Over the past 50 years, we have seen many changes within the sector. Due to the hard work of Michael and former directors, we have been able to develop the practice and become the firm we are today.
"Joining forces with Barlow Associates at the end of 2021 was a great opportunity for both businesses to come together and share our expertise, resources and clients and continue to grow our team.
"It was great to see so many of our staff, past and present, clients and associates in one place to celebrate this amazing milestone. Here's to another 50!"
Over the past 50 years, Armsons has been involved in many award-winning schemes, including transforming the historic Roundhouse on Pride Park into a £51m engineering, technology, and construction campus for Derby College.
Other projects include Glasshouse College - Ruskin Mill Trust, housed in the former Royal Doulton factory in Stourbridge's Glass Quarter and 400 Hall, a state-of-the-
To find out more, visit www.armsonsbarlow.com
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