A Great Place To Work
At the heart of our people plan is a commitment to become an Employer of Choice. Central to this is providing a balanced, enjoyable career for our people. Alongside our diverse benefits package we champion a rewarding work culture where you’ll enjoy autonomy, involvement and a broad portfolio of stimulating projects.
Our open door approach will give you easy access to decision makers where your ideas can be heard. We’ll support you in your professional development in a way that is personally meaningful. We also hold year-round social events, charity events and wellbeing initiatives for you to get involved with.
Celebrating Women in Construction
Hear about our International Women's Day 2019 round table
Enterprising Women Awards 2019
Aarti Raj, Director discusses being named Female Employee of the Year 2018
Pick Everard is a national multi-professional consultancy, with 13 offices across the UK
- Advisory Services
- BIM Consultants
- Building Services Engineers
- Building Surveyors
- Civil Engineers
- Cost Consultants & Quantity Surveyors
- Environmental Consultants
- FM Consultants
- Health and Safety Consultancy Services
- Interior Designers
- Landscape Architecture
- Project Managers
- Strategic Development Services
- Structural Engineers
- Sustainability & Energy Consultants
- Water Engineers
Assistant Quantity Surveyor
“I joined Pick Everard after finishing my A-Levels and I am extremely glad I did. As soon as I joined Pick Everard I was encouraged to pursue a degree course via an apprenticeship and I have been very well supported during this."
"Since joining in 2014, the firm have supported me in developing my career to Director level which has exposed me to multiple Business Development opportunities. My focus has been on contributing to business growth and shaping the quantity surveying discipline."
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