Alan McGill development projects such as Edinburgh St James
The engineering company Wallace Whittel was taken over by its German boss as part of a management buyout as it has 90 jobs at its offices in Glasgow, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Belfast, Warrington, London and Dubai.
The company, whose client list includes well-known projects such as St James’s Quarter in Edinburgh and Buchanan Wharf in Glasgow, has been part of the Munich TUV SUD group since 2011.
Current projects include Edinburgh St James and Cadreaux, Glasgow. Current trading volume is around £ 10 million.
Wallace Whittell Managing Director Alan McGill led the takeover and stated, “The shift in strategic direction at TUV SUD since 2019 allowed Wallace Whittle’s first team to focus on what we think is the best design and consulting What do you do.
“In addition to our six offices across the UK and one in Dubai, an agreement has been reached to protect all existing jobs.
“All the top management remain and we are not seeing any significant changes in the distribution and operation of the business. We are grateful to TÜV SUD and will continue to work with you in the years to come. ‘
Mr. McGill has been with the company since joining the company in 1995 as a trainee engineer.
He said, “Independent Wallace Whatel is well positioned to connect with the world of epidemics to design properties with confidence and enthusiasm, develop the most prestigious and partner with the best customers and people.”
The terms of the contract were not disclosed.