Leading construction consultancy Planning Manager Ltd (PML) has proudly revealed its new visual identity, revamped website and office move following a period of strong growth and a desire to extend its market.
Paul Leivers, Managing Director for PML, comments: “Our industry is consistently
evolving and following a period of strong growth, we decided we needed to see a change in the way we presented ourselves through our brand. The PML team is delighted to showcase our brand-new visual identity as well as collaborate from a spacious, well equipped and comfortable working environment.
“Our investment will future-proof our legacy and represent a more professional, confident, authoritative brand, which is striving to change the face of construction. We want to harness our deep practical knowledge and experience of large-scale construction projects and champion our client’s interests to deliver outcomes that exceed expectations.”
PML is a successful business providing construction services across three key areas: Construction Management, Planning Management and Claims Consultancy, specialising in delay analysis. The business boasts recognisable organisations across the globe as their clients and work with many of the largest construction companies in the UK.
The new space in Harston, Cambridge allows the PML team to work more collaboratively and deliver innovative solutions to meet the needs of the clients. Split over two floors, the office features a collaborative whitewall and start-of-the-art AV system.
Paul concludes: “Our success is, and always has been, built from strength and experience of our people. Since our inception in 2003, PML has become a business that is trusted and respected across the construction industry, which of course we believe our new visual identity will protect.
“Our brand transformation project has given PML an excellent opportunity to review and consolidate our core values as a business. It has been an incredibly positive experience for our team, uniting us with one clear vision and approach for the future.”