Scott Beagley

 

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Scott Beagley’s career in the construction industry commenced in 1988 as a construction management trainee with Fletcher Construction, qualifying with both a New Zealand Certificate in Quantity Surveying and Building. In 1993 he joined the Palmerston North Office of Davis Langdon (formerly Knapman Clark) before working in a London based Quantity Surveying firm, where he was involved in cost management and contract negotiations for a large retail group. Scott returned to New Zealand in 1997. He is an active member of the NZIOB and associate of the NZIQS.

He has extensive and specialist expertise across a wide range of significant and complex commercial, residential and subdivision development projects in providing Project Finance Services (Project Audit), acting for leading Banks, Financial Institutions and Fund Managers, Project Review Reports, Drawdown Valuation, Cost Management, Contract Administration, Engineer to the Contract and Feasibility Studies.

Scott works proactively and collaboratively with both funders and borrowers to development long term relationships and is motivated to add value and reduce project risk by providing clear and consistent advice based on his depth of experience and specialist knowledge. During his 16 years at Davis Langdon, Scott was a Director and shareholder of the business for 8 years.

Scott is a judge for the NZIOB Industry Awards.

ANZIQS, MNZIOB

Scott is the Director in charge of Project Finance Services.

 

Call Scott direct on 021 626 456 or email him at scottb@bbdnz.co.nz

 

 

 

 

• Personally committed to achieving successful outcomes

• Strong relationships across funders, borrowers, consultants and contractors

• Understanding and client service focus

• Contractor and professional office quantity surveying experience

• Strives to reduce risk and add value to projects

• Personable, pragmatic and collaborative approach

 

 

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