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Max Fordham mark a decade in Edinburgh

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November 4 2013

Max Fordham mark a decade in Edinburgh
Engineering firm Max Fordham has celebrated a decade long presence north of the border by staging a small birthday bash at the Fruitmarket Gallery.

Established in 2003 the Edinburgh office is the firm’s third following London and Cambridge and has been responsible for projects starting with Edinburgh’s Telford College and up to a new visitor centre at Culloden battlefield and the National Museum of Scotland.

Colin Hamilton, senior partner with the firm said: ‘I was working in the London office when we won the Telford College job. It was a great opportunity to open an office here, working with a great client– it was a pleasure to have them with us to celebrate 10 years on.”
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Senior partner Mark Palmer, added:  “We are proud to be part of Reiach and Hall’s winning team for the National Performance Centre for Sport. it’s a project dear to any sports fan’s heart. This along with a number of recently won projects, has enabled us to take on more people.”

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