Hardies rebrands following merger with Shepherd

Hardies Property & Construction Consultants has undergone a comprehensive rebranding exercise following its merger with Shepherd Chartered Surveyors at the end of last year.

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Hardies’ new corporate logo adopts Shepherd’s familiar and distinctive blue triangle to illustrate how the businesses are interlinked while retaining its own font to incorporate Hardies’ own strong brand heritage; the firm dates back to 1913 while Shepherd was founded in 1880.

Commenting on the new corporate identity, Murray Warner, Head of Hardies’ South Division, said: “Following Hardies’ merger with Shepherd, our bold new identity provides an effective visual representation of how both firms have come together to form a practice which is unrivalled in its delivery network of surveying and construction services throughout the country.

“As our new logo helps illustrate, our business provides a fully integrated range of property advice throughout Scotland, working side by side with Shepherd, complementing each other to achieve the best outcome for our extensive client base, with Hardies specialising in all areas around construction services. We have already seen a significant number of contract wins of high profile instructions, demonstrating clients appreciate and value what’s now on offer.”

Hardies serve clients in both the private and public sectors with an end to end operation in Property and Construction Development, Building and Quantity Surveying and Project Management, Principal Designer Services and the provision of Energy Performance Certificates.

This range of specialisms leaves Shepherd operating in its core competencies around Valuation, Agency, Management, Lease Advisory and Rating, where it recently picked up several national accolades to reflect the performance of the business in the Scottish market.


For further information please contact Murray Warner on 0131 557 9300.

Issued on behalf of Hardies by Liquorice Media tel 0187 738 2961 www.liquorice-media.com

Date: 11 April 2017