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Richard Petterson becomes MEA’s Mental Health First Aider

In an ongoing effort to foster a culture of mental well-being within MEA, we are proud to announce the qualification of MEA Hother London Office Director Richard Petterson MRICS as our internal Mental Health First Aider (MHFA). Richard recently completed the comprehensive training program offered by MHFA England, equipping him with the necessary skills to […]

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Harry Davison joins MEA Hother

Harry Davison - MEA Hother

We are delighted to announce the latest addition to our team, Harry Davison who steps into the role of Quantity Surveyor based at our office in London.  Harry brings with him over four years of experience in the industry that extends across multiple sectors with a primary focus in commercial and education. He is now […]

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2023 In Review

As we bid farewell to 2023, it’s time to reflect on the significant achievements and milestones that have defined our journey this year at MEA. From noteworthy projects and team expansions to community engagement and industry accolades, the year has been full of triumphs, contributing to yet another successful chapter in our Construction Consultancy story. […]

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Alex Neal joins MEA

Alex Neal

We are thrilled to welcome Alex Neal, who has joined us as a Director of MEA Clark, based at our office in Bath. Alex has an impressive background in Quantity Surveying consultancy, backed by a wealth of experience that positions him perfectly to support the running and development of MEA Clark. His dedication to excellence […]

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MEA Joins Procure Public Framework

We are thrilled to announce that MEA has joined the prestigious Procure Public Framework. Procure Public, a distinguished platform, streamlines procurement processes for a wide array of public sector entities across the UK, including Housing Associations, Emergency Services, Local Authorities, Schools and Academies, Colleges and Universities, Health and Social Care, Registered Charities, Libraries and Museums, […]

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Wales Millennium Centre Wins Cardiff Property Awards Transformation Category

In the heart of Cardiff Bay stands the iconic Wales Millennium Centre, proudly serving as the National Arts Centre for Wales.  Following an extensive internal refurbishment, this architectural marvel recently won the 2023 Cardiff Property Award for Transformation. The Transformation Project Spring of 2023 witnessed the grand unveiling of the Wales Millennium Centre’s internal renovation—the […]

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Celebrating Staff Progression at MEA

Lee Feasey, Will Kennett and Beth Stone

We are delighted to announce the recent staff progressions at MEA, highlighting the hard work and dedication of our team members who have consistently demonstrated excellence in their roles. Lee Feasey: From Senior Quantity Surveyor to Associate Lee joined Hother Associates 12 years ago as a student and over the years, with dedication and hard […]

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East Quay Arts Centre: A Transformational Vision for Watchet Harbour

East Quay Watchet

In the picturesque coastal town of Watchet, an ambitious vision took root, bringing new life to an abandoned boatyard. The driving force behind this transformation was the Onion Collective CIC, a local, female-led, not-for-profit social enterprise. Their dream was to enhance the culture and economy of Watchet and its surrounding areas, and the result of […]

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A Day at Weald and Downland Museum: Exploring the World of Bricks and Historic Brick Making

As Construction Consultants, staying current with the latest trends and techniques in the industry is crucial. It’s equally important to look back and learn from history, especially when it comes to traditional building materials and methods. Recently, our team had a unique opportunity to undertake some CPD and delve into the fascinating world of bricks […]

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Sailsbury Museum for future generations

Salisbury museum houses one of the finest collections of local archaeology and artefacts relating to Stonehenge.  Based in The Kings House in Cathedral Close, Sailsbury, the Grade I Listed building dates back to the thirteenth century and acquired its name following visits by King James I of England in 1610 and 1613, eventually becoming home […]

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