Savills completes move to new offices in Aberdeen

International real estate adviser Savills has completed its Aberdeen office move to 37 Albyn Place, the former KPMG offices, which have been extensively refurbished to provide modern, high quality and sustainable office accommodation.

Savills completes move to new offices in Aberdeen

37 Albyn Place

The move allows Savills to accommodate all staff on a single floor in a high-quality office environment. The Aberdeen team is further bolstered by the incorporation of the Savills residential office in Brechin as the two North East teams recently combined.

Dan Smith, head of office at Savills Aberdeen, said: “We are excited to complete our move to the newly refurbished 37 Albyn Place, and also to welcome residential colleagues from Savills Brechin. This fantastic new base allows us to accommodate rural, development, commercial agency, building surveying, and an expanded residential team, under one roof.

“The creation of one dedicated north east residential team, with a better balance of resources, allows us to increase our coverage across the North East of Scotland. It is an exciting opportunity for all involved and further strengthens the proven benefits of regional residential hubs supporting multi-discipline teams, as they do in Perth, Glasgow and Edinburgh.”

Savills completes move to new offices in Aberdeen

37 Albyn Place was comprehensively refurbished by GSS Developments in early 2021 to provide open plan suites offering flexible, modern office accommodation, the latest IT & Communications Systems, and first-class facilities. The office fit-out was completed by Savills Building & Project Consultancy and Savills Engineering & Design Consultancy.

Mr Smith added: “The quality of fit-out was incredibly important to us. We will be based on one floor for the first time and wanted the space to feel open and to enable and encourage collaboration. Our in-house design, project management and M&E consultancy teams have done a wonderful job in delivering our vision.”

The building is also occupied by Azets and RockRose Energy.

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