Cushman & Wakefield has made four new appointments to its Leeds office.
Jacques Esterhuizen joins the office as an Associate from CBRE. He joins the investment team having spent three years with CBRE where he covered the North East industrial market.
Prior to this he spent three years within DTZ’s industrial agency team before its merger with Cushman & Wakefield. In his new role he will be working alongside Tim Cameron-Jones (partner) and Richard Brooke (associate).
Rob Garraghan joins the office as a consultant in the public sector advisory team. He recently graduated with a first-class honours in Building Surveying and previously worked at Plymouth University.
In his new role he will be involved in the procurement of student accommodation for university clients, as well as providing consultancy advice to public sector organisations such as local authorities and government bodies.
Andrew Malloy joins the project management & consultancy team as a building surveyor from Faithful + Gould in Nottingham. He has experience in design and specification, contract administration, project management and condition surveys and will be working with a range of public and private sector clients in his new role.
Edward Barker joins as a cost consultant. An economics graduate from Newcastle University, Edward will be part of the cost consultancy team and is currently undertaking an MSc in Quantity Surveying.
Keith Hardman, partner and head of Cushman & Wakefield’s Leeds office, said: “I am pleased to welcome Jacques, Rob, Andrew and Edward to the office.
“Our team in Leeds services a range of private and public sector clients across Yorkshire and further afield and their expertise and experience will be enable us to provide them with a market leading service offering.”