Good luck to Becky Brewerton who plays in the AIG Women's Open at Muirfield in Scotland later this week. TMD are delighted to support Becky and looking forward to watching her in this major event.
TMD recently received instruction to undertake a Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) Survey for a 165 unit residential development along the River Thames in Fulham. Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) surveys are an essential tool that enables managing agents, building owners and occupiers to proactively maintain, manage and budget for their properties over a period
"I joined TMD as a Secretary on 31st July 2000 having come from a General Practice background. 22 years on I am now the Personal Assistant to David Copsey, the Managing Director. My favourite project to date has been a large town centre redevelopment that has been undertaken over the past 5 years.
We are delighted that Practical Completion has been achieved for the refurbishment of the 7000ft2 warehouse on behalf of Abrdn Ed Hensman managed the project and undertook the Contract Administration, Project Management and Architectural roles. The works included refurbishment of the metal roof coverings, re-lining of the gutters, external and internal repair and
Since joining TMD, the company has offered me excellent support and mentoring, and I am now thrilled to have been appointed Associate Director. Thank you to all at TMD for your continued support on my journey.
Five years. I don't believe I've ever worked at a company for that long! And that must say something about TMD and what it's like to work for them. I certainly appreciate the support TMD have given me over the years both personally and professionally. The work is as varied as you want
I joined TMD as a Senior Surveyor in July 2014 and was promoted to Associated Director the following year. Coming from a large corporate background, it was a pleasant change to work for a company where you know everyone. I am thrilled to have worked upon many exciting projects over the years and
“28 years ago today, I arrived at TMD as a graduate building surveyor with a brand new briefcase (with nothing in) and the excitement of the train journey to work (that excitement soon wore off). The business was only 3 years old at that time and only 7 of us so no hiding