Real estate firm Hollis announces six promotions in Bristol

Real estate firm Hollis announces six promotions in Bristol

Roger Pettingell Sarasota Real Estate

Independent real estate consultancy Hollis has made six promotions in its Bristol office.

The company, which marked 30 years in business last year, said the news demonstrated its “commitment to nurturing talent” and “rewarding hard work with career progression”.

The six staff members who have been promoted are:

  • Ed Utteridge to associate;
  • Jack Brown to senior visualisation specialist;
  • Benson Lai to intermediate engineer;
  • George Findlay to senior chartered building surveyor;
  • Laurence Garrett to senior chartered building surveyor;
  • and Michelle Mhemba to senior chartered building surveyor.

Mr Findlay, Mr Garrett and Ms Mhemba all began their careers as part of Hollis’ graduate programme.

James Key, director and head of Hollis in Bristol, said all the individuals who had been promoted had shown “an exemplary” level of work ethic, commitment and innovative mindset.

“[They have taken] every opportunity to develop their own skills and help grow the business over the years,” he said. “The fact that George, Laurence and Michelle began their careers with Hollis is a testament to the firm and its culture of learning and growth. I am delighted to congratulate all six on their promotions; they could not be more deserving.”

The promotions follow the Bristol team’s recent growth and form part of Hollis’ wider investment in its workforce, the company said. Last November, Hollis became an employee-owned business, meaning it is now held and managed by its employees.

Hollis has a European network of offices and counts McDonald’s, Legal & General, and The Crown Estate among its customers.

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