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About Colin Logan
Chartered Building Consultancy | Multi-Award winning architecture | Buildability
Colin Logan - Director, 9yards Property Ltd
BA(Hons) MSc FCIOB MIFireE
Specialist Areas: Architectural Design, Fire Safety, Construction
Professional Description: Design Director, Chartered Builder (FCIOB), Fire Safety Engineer (MIFireE)
Breadth of experience and depth of knowledge, along with membership of highly respected professional bodies of the CIOB and IFE, have led to increasing demand as an Expert Witness to the Courts Service, most recently in relation to liquor licensing and construction disputes.
Enquiries for my services are always welcome through 9yards Property Ltd.
9yards Property Ltd is a progressive Chartered Building Consultancy and design practice offering a full range of architectural services to a wide Client base, from residential to commercial, in both the private and public sectors. From feasibility to completion 9yards architecture, with its expert professional design and management team and close network of associates is ideally placed to guide you through the design and construction processes whatever the size of your project.
9yards’ expertise is relied upon by such corporate Clients as Abbey Insurance Brokers, Prestige Underwriting, Sandra Pyper Property Management, JEM Investments, Woodland Trust, EnSense Ltd and a multitude of private and corporate builders, property developers and charitable organisations.
Our extensive experience in helping individuals, businesses and developers to realise their design and construction aspirations is your reassurance of success with 9yards.
9yards architecture, 9yards fire safety and 9yards property are trading names of 9yards Property Ltd, a Private Limited Company registered in Northern Ireland. Company No: NI606248 Registered Address: Victoria House, 72 Albert Road, Carrickfergus, Co Antrim, BT38 8AE
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