Grant joined G&T as a project manager in the firm's Glasgow office in 1997 and became a partner in 2007. He has experience working for both public and private sector clients, however during the last decade he has developed a strength of experience in the Education sector managing new build and refurbished primary, secondary, further and higher education projects.
He has demonstrable historic building experience in the Arts, Culture & Heritage sector with clients such as the National Trust for Scotland. Grant was the project management technical advisor to Glasgow University to deliver the Hunterian Museum Project as part of the Kelvin Hall development with Glasgow Life and The National Library of Scotland. Further sector experience includes infrastructure, leisure, office, MoD, retail and manufacturing.
His particular expertise is in strategic briefing, change management and stakeholder engagement and his strength lies in his ability to deal with multiple stakeholders with differing priorities while developing briefing documentation.
Grant is focused on achieving clients' requirements within programme and has a positive management approach that promotes collaborative working.