The national construction consultancy — which provides a fund monitoring service — made the decision in order to offer clients national coverage.
“We’ve been working on projects in south and north Wales recently, and a dedicated office allows us to build on this,” said Alex Hayes, associate at Watts Group (pictured above), who will be leading the new Cardiff office.
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“I’m proud and excited to be back in south Wales to lead and grow Watts [here],” he added.
“I’m passionate about the region and bringing more opportunities and aiding development to an area which has huge potential."
The firm now has seven offices across the UK.
Watts is planning on recruiting more staff to work in the Cardiff office, as well as offer opportunities for graduates in the near future.