Real Estate, Hospitality & Construction

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Real Estate, Hospitality & Construction advisory services

Our Construction and Real Estate Advisory Services (CREAS) professionals help clients make informed decisions to achieve a competitive advantage by managing risk, reducing costs and increasing operational efficiencies.

We help demonstrate the tangible and intangible contributions that real estate and facilities assets make in supporting business unit goals and can advise on aligning the real estate strategy with wider enterprise objectives.

Our service offerings, which aim to improve overall performance, include:

  • Portfolio strategy and location advisory
  • Delivery strategy and operational model
  • Governance and control
  • Process and technology
  • Strategic services
  • Risk mitigation, processes and control
  • Technology and implementation
  • Project and risk assessments
  • Project management oversight advisory
  • Cost evaluation

Contact us

Real Estate

EY - Dean Hodcroft Dean Hodcroft
Head of Real Estate
+44 (0)20 7951 4870

 

More real estate contacts


Hospitality and Leisure

EY - Cameron Cartmell Cameron Cartmell
Head of Hospitality & Leisure
+44 [0]20 7951 5942

More H&L contacts


Construction

EY - Malcolm Bairstow Malcolm Bairstow
Head of Construction
+44 (0)20 7951 3685

More construction contacts


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For media queries please contact Adam Holden.

 

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