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About Brundell Woolley

Brundell Woolley is a firm of Chartered Quantity Surveyors based in the Lincolnshire Wolds specialising in the cost management of historic buildings and landscapes and select commercial developments. It was set up by Richard and Vanessa Woolley in 2005 and both Partners are actively involved with every commission that the firm undertakes. Each of the Partners has over 20 years of experience within the industry and across a wide variety of projects and sectors. A full range of quantity surveying, cost management and employer’s agent services can be provided. Clients include private individuals and estates, parish church councils, preservation trusts, local authorities and commercial organisations.

 

The firm has considerable experience of projects funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and English Heritage.

Partners

Richard Woolley

BSc (Hons) MRICS

Richard graduated from Nottingham Trent University with an honours degree in Quantity Surveying and became a member of the RICS in 1999. He has a particular interest in historic buildings and landscapes, is a member of the RICS Building Conservation Group and SPAB, and is committed to continuing to develop his knowledge base in this specialist field. Richard also has a wealth of experience of projects in the commercial sector and, in addition to providing quantity surveying services, has acted as Employer’s Agent, Project Co-ordinator and Funder’s Monitoring Surveyor.

Vanessa Woolley

BSc (Hons)

Vanessa also graduated from Nottingham Trent University with an honours degree in Quantity Surveying and has since acquired a very well rounded level of expertise. Following graduation, she was employed as a contractor’s quantity surveyor and worked on a number of high profile commercial projects. Later she enjoyed working as a part time lecturer in quantity surveying at Nottingham Trent University. She has a comprehensive understanding of the preparation of tender documents and is experienced in the use of specialist surveying software. Like Richard, she appreciates working with both old and new buildings.