Meet Jo Williams

Published on: 25th February 2019

Jo is a building surveyor in our Bristol Office, working cross the South West of England and Wales, we recently sat down with Jo to discuss her career so far and find out a bit more about some of her standout projects.

 What does a typical day look like for you and what are you currently working on?

There’s not really any such thing as a typical day. In the South West we do a reasonable amount of project monitoring for banks and developers, project work for design and specification, party walls, project management and surveys. So a typical day could be anything….it will involve tea drinking at some point though.

What is your favourite building in the region, and why?

Clifton suspension bridge. Brunel’s engineering design was radical for its time, and the cynics said it would never work. It’s a practical, function-led design and not about the aesthetics, yet is extremely beautiful. It will be stood for many more years yet, even when more modern buildings have become obsolete

Tell me about one of the standout projects that you have been involved in.

I think one of my achievements ought to be Wiltshire Council’s Shurnold Offices. From an initial meeting in February to discuss turning a redundant secondary school into the Councils decant space, I’d surveyed, bought my team together, got statutory approvals, negotiated on a 2-stage contractor’s tender and delivered a £2.2M project to enable occupation by Christmas. The scheme included partial demolition, asbestos removal, car parking, complex M+E alterations, structural work, offices for 450 desks, archive and ancillary facilities such as catering kitchen and canteen - definitely one I am really proud of!

What would you change to influence the future of the industry?

More collaboration. The construction industry understands and gets the benefits of collaborative working. The property side of our industry has a long way to catch up and is currently losing out on collaborative working benefits.

If you could give one piece of business advice to your younger self, what would it be?

Don’t worry about what people think and just do it.

Name three people, dead or alive, that you would pick to work in your team.

I’d have to have Brunel (although I suspect he’d be quite a challenge to manage!); Dr Who would be useful to pop back in the Tardis to gain some more time when we need it (and visit cool alien territories); and Victoria Wood for her excellent observational comedy and northern wit – she’d be a great asset to any team.

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Meet Colin

What does a typical day look like for you and what are you currently working on? One of the best things about being a Building Surveyor is that there is no such thing as a typical day. I’m currently working with our business recovery team on some half-build, half-baked plans, our lease consultancy team on some angry lease exits and our valuation team trying to bring some sanity to people trying out property development for the first time. My team’s real reason for being is to use a load of technical knowledge to solve real world problems, I’m lucky enough to work in a hugely experienced team with a great record to boast about. What is your favourite building in your region, and why? As a proud Yorkshireman, I’m slightly ashamed to admit it, but my favourite building in the world is actually Durham Cathedral. I fell for it at first sight and have been known to spend hours sitting inside just taking it all in.

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What does a typical day look like for you and what are you currently working on?

One of the best things about being a Building Surveyor is that there is no such thing as a typical day. I’m currently working with our business recovery team on some half-build, half-baked plans, our lease consultancy team on some angry lease exits and our valuation team trying to bring some sanity to people trying out property development for the first time. My team’s real reason for being is to use a load of technical knowledge to solve real world problems, I’m lucky enough to work in a hugely experienced team with a great record to boast about.

What is your favourite building in your region, and why?

As a proud Yorkshireman, I’m slightly ashamed to admit it, but my favourite building in the world is actually Durham Cathedral. I fell for it at first sight and have been known to spend hours sitting inside just taking it all in.

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Tell me about one of the standout projects that you have been involved in.

I once had to solve the problem of the music in the ‘top of the pops’ studio being overheard in the radio 4 studio next door when political interviews were going on. That was an interesting one although these days ‘top of the pops’ isn’t quite as cutting edge as it once was.

What does the future look like in the building consultancy industry?

Overwhelmingly positive. Our services give clients reassurance and help to shine a light on risks; I can’t see a need for that role changing any time soon.

What would you change to influence the future of the industry?

I think we tend to think short term with our business decisions, based on markets and sentiments. The property and construction industry are affected by this, but the careers and buildings we enjoy are lasting, long-term matters. I’d encourage those joining or already in our industry to look to the long term rather than worrying about the market’s next move.

If you could give one piece of business advice to your younger self, what would it be?

Probably – just get stuck in and do it. There are then some strong words I’ve have with my younger self about explosives but perhaps better that people ask me those in person.

Name three people, dead or alive, that you would pick to work in your team.

I’d select Ernest Shackleton (perhaps the best leader I have ever heard of), Isambard Kingdom Brunel (the engineer who saw further than any other) and Max Woosnam. I’m fully aware the last name (a sportsman) might be new to some, but anybody who won an Olympic gold, won Wimbledon, played for Chelsea, captained the England cricket team and once beat Charlie Chaplin at table tennis while playing left handed with a butter knife should have story or two to tell.

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Building Surveying

Our building surveying team will give you a detailed understanding of the condition of the property you are planning to buy, or rent, or already own.

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Our building surveying team will give you a detailed understanding of the condition of the property you are planning to buy, or rent, or already own.

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We provide several different types of building surveys, (each of which can be tailored to suit your requirements) including:

  • Pre-acquisition surveys – an analysis and quantification of potential risks to the building you are about to purchase or rent
  • Technical due diligence – a detailed technical analysis of the property you about to purchase or rent, currently own or rent, including full ananlysis of any related legal, statutory and construction documents;
  • Pre-divestment surveys – an analysis of the existing building you are about to dispose of, which may be transferred to any purchaser that acts to speed up your property sale

 

When looking for a new property, a building survey will ensure you know of any defects to the building before entering into a contract and the costs of remedying any disrepair.

Working with us also allows you to plan ahead, taking into account any extra costs that may be require allocating to satisfy any key defects, repairing liabilities, legal or regulatory obligations and give you long term knowledge on the costs of the property’s maintenance during your ownership.

To find out which survey best suits you and your property, please get in touch.

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Meet Guy Owen

We recently sat down with Guy Owen, associate partner in our building consultancy team and asked him a few questions about his career and his first impressions of SW, having joined our Manchester team in August last year.  What does a typical day look like for you at the moment? I am site based roughly 50% of the time with the rest of my time being office based. My current workload involves a lot of travelling and usually means an early start to beat the traffic.

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We recently sat down with Guy Owen, associate partner in our building consultancy team and asked him a few questions about his career and his first impressions of SW, having joined our Manchester team in August last year. 

What does a typical day look like for you at the moment?

I am site based roughly 50% of the time with the rest of my time being office based. My current workload involves a lot of travelling and usually means an early start to beat the traffic.

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Last week, for example, I was on site for 2 days with Phil Kenny surveying 300,000 sq ft of warehouse and office space in Preston and the week before I completed a dilapidations survey of 90,000sq ft of offices in Bath.

I particularly enjoy surveying older buildings with an interesting history, you never know what you are going to find. I like to imagine what it was like in the past, in particular, our industrial buildings in their heyday.

What is your favourite building in the North West?

There are a lot to choose from in Manchester, the town hall is spectacular in terms of the stonework and intricate detailing. Co-op’s new HQ building at Angel Square is also very impressive both from the outside and within the enormous atrium space in the centre. I visited it during its construction which was interesting. To give you an idea of scale, apparently, an EasyJet plane would fit in the atrium!

Tell us about a standout project that you have been involved in.

So far at SW the 9 condition surveys at Trinity Saint David's Campuses in Swansea is my standout project.

I prepared the bid, won the work, managed the survey process and the client’s expectations and delivered the project before the deadline. I can’t take all the credit though, Jade from our Newcastle Office put in a lot of effort on this project as well, and if we hadn’t worked as a team the project would have been a lot more challenging! I am looking forward to writing more bids in the future and generating new opportunities for SW.

What do you think the future looks like in the building consultancy industry?

Use of technology is likely to increase exponentially, we are already seeing the use of drones, infrared photography, surveying apps, BIM and many other technologies that 10 years ago were not even heard of. Who knows what the future holds? A.I. looks like the next big thing.

As tech moves forward I think it will play a bigger and bigger role in enabling us to work more efficiently, get more done and to work smarter. I feel that If we do not embrace the tech revolution eventually we will be left behind.

What would you change to influence the future of the industry?

Businesses form around 80% of our client base so an obvious change would be the removal of barriers to business; such as reduced taxation of commerce, relaxation of planning laws affecting business and a general reduction of bureaucracy surrounding business activities in relation to property. 

If you could give one piece of business advice to your younger self, what would it be?

Never turn down an opportunity. Particularly to do something or go somewhere new or to learn a new skill.

This is advice that my grandfather gave me several years ago, he turned down an opportunity to work at the Monaco Grand Prix in his youth and has never forgiven himself.

Name three people, dead or alive, that you would pick to work in your team.

1. Arnold Schwarzenegger – A childhood hero who I still follow today, I would choose him for his straight talking honest opinions, his mental ability to push harder than anyone else and his amazing life experiences.
2. Steve Jobs – For his vision, creativity and ability to always seem to be one step ahead of the competition.
3. Ronnie O’Sullivan – for his pure natural talent, ability to deal with pressure, and of course his comedy value to keep the team laughing and enjoying work.

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