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Erland Rendall is a free-thinking, creative individual with a depth of experience gained across two continents on high-profile programs and projects. He has a broad range of end-market expertise developed through strong, direct client facing environments. Distilling and leveraging over 20 years of experience, he founded Atorus Consult Ltd with a clear vision for enhancing the performance of projects, individuals and business, deploying leading approaches and techniques to create successful outcomes.
Erland’s vision is to achieve and retain competitive advantage in any and all real estate and construction markets. He is a passionate believer in innovation, collaboration and the leveraging of experience and process with technology.
Erland has been based in three locations over two continents and has travelled extensively throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and America in the delivery of professional technical services.
He continues to contribute to a number of papers, publications and conferences addressing current and new practice in end-markets, geographies and clients.
BSc (Dist) Quantity Surveying from The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen; MBA from The University of Edinburgh; MRICS (Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors); AIBC (Associate of Institute of Business Consulting); Member of the British Council for Offices; Member of the British Council of Shopping Centre; Member of the Investment Property Forum
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