G&T is proud to remain an independent construction and property consultancy with the same core values, but we are evolving our visual identity to ensure we stay market leaders and meet the ever changing needs of clients.
Our branding and logo have been carefully redrawn as an elegant reflection of our unique heritage, our standing in the industry and our focus on the next generation.
We are ready for the future.
As an independent construction and property consultancy we prioritise recruiting top talent to the firm to ensure we offer our clients consistently high quality services. We were therefore delighted to align ourselves once again with the Next Generation initiative at The London Real Estate Forum 2016.
In 2016 G&T partner Tony Burton came to the end of his tenure as chairman of the Construction Industry Council (CIC) and handed over the mantle to his successor Professor John Nolan. Tony stepped back into the role of deputy for the next 12 months to complete the handover period. The CIC is the representative forum for professional bodies in the construction industry providing a single voice for professionals in all sectors of the built environment.
The firm has launched its new Chartership Programme. This replaces the highly successful Graduate Development Scheme which began in 1975 and has consistently achieved APC pass rates above the RICS national average. The new programme builds on the G&T led Trailblazer Apprenticeships which saw academia, industry, RICS and the Government working together to develop a new pathway for individuals to enter the profession.
G&T is supporting the Architectural Association’s (AA) Haiti Visiting School for the second year running, an annual programme set up following the catastrophic earthquake of 2010 and recent devastating hurricane in 2016. The aim of the Visiting School is to introduce new methods and materials into the construction industry, teaching the next generation of Haitian architects alongside students and designers from across the world about the importance of finding lightweight, durable and sustainable resources.
Getting involved in team sport is a great part of working at G&T. Sport encourages employees to communicate and collaborate with other members of the firm across all levels of the business, creating a culture of teamwork and inclusivity. Sports are played across a variety of leagues against other property and construction firms and also a few of our clients.
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