KAM Project Consultants has expanded its team with the appointment of Laurence Alden as a cost manager and Tom Morgan as a senior project manager.
Established in 2013, KAM Project Consultants, which has offices in Milton Keynes and Leicester, is an independent company of project managers and construction cost consultants focused on delivering schemes across two primary markets; industrial distribution and varied commercial.
With over 23 years’ experience between them, Alden and Morgan, who will be joining the firm’s Milton Keynes office, have both worked on a range of high-profile projects across the country.
Commenting on his new role, Alden said: “KAM Project Consultants is a well-respected firm in the region and has an exciting and broad range of clients, which I’m very much looking forward to working with. I’ve worked on a number of projects as both a project manager and a cost manager, but my heart has always been in the numbers.
“I’m pleased to be working on home soil with a dedicated and passionate, growing team. I’m excited to see my career flourish here.”
Morgan joins KAM Project Consultants from Gardiner & Theobald where he worked on a vast range of projects from high-end central London residential schemes to smaller projects in the healthcare sector.
On his new role, Morgan said: “My experience has given me a well-rounded range of skills, which I hope will be a valuable asset to the clients and team here at KAM Project Consultants. The firm has quickly established itself as a market leader and I am proud to be a part of its ambitious growth journey.”
Kevin Sims, director at KAM Project Consultants, added: “We are very pleased to be expanding our Milton Keynes team. Tom and Laurence have extensive experience of the industry and will be a great addition to the team. As the demand for our services continue to grow, we are regularly on the lookout for new passionate team members like Laurence and Tom.
“I’m very much looking forward to working with them and would like to wish them both the best of luck in their new roles.”