Egis acquires Thomas & Adamson

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Edinburgh-based property and construction consultancy Thomas & Adamson has been taken over by Egis, a global architectural, advisory, construction engineering and mobility services firm. 

Egis says the addition of Thomas & Adamson will significantly enhance its advisory services for clients in the UK and beyond, reinforcing its commitment to strengthen and expand its UK presence.

Founded in 1935, Thomas & Adamson employs more than 100 staff across Edinburgh, Glasgow, London, and the Middle East.

The firm delivers cost and project management, building surveying, and principal designer services across all major sectors in the built environment, including commercial, education, sports and hotels.

Egis’ global advisory team will work closely with Thomas & Adamson to accelerate the growth of its advisory services in the UK and internationally. 

Xavier Odolant, director of consulting and operations at Egis in the UK, said: “We are delighted to welcome Thomas & Adamson’s talented team to the Egis family. 

“Our combined expertise will strengthen our UK service offering and deliver on our mission to provide comprehensive, creative, and trusted advisory services to our clients”.

Alastair Wallace, senior partner at Thomas & Adamson, said: “Joining Egis opens up a world of possibilities for Thomas & Adamson. 

“It enables us to engage with larger-scale projects and introduces our clients to a broader spectrum of services, particularly in sustainability and decarbonisation, which are critical in today’s world. 

“We are especially enthusiastic about our role in the development of Egis’s advisory services in the UK and other key markets”.


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