Cameron Stacey is the newest staff member at ACT Construction (Europe) Ltd and joins as a Graduate Quantity Surveyor.

Cameron, who is originally from Newton Mearns, near Glasgow, gained a BSc in Quantity Surveying at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh. 

He is looking forward to getting started with his career. Cameron said: “I feel fortunate to have a job with ACT and I am keen to learn as much as I can in the coming years.

“I will be working with Commercial Manager Derek Bain and my focus will be on estimating project costs and contracts. I hope ACT will benefit from my enthusiasm and recent university training – and I am keen to learn from people who will know much more about the work and company than I do.”

ACT managing director Ken Godsman said: “We are delighted to welcome Cameron to Team ACT.

“Cameron impressed at interview, confirming my belief that a background in Quantity Surveying makes for a well-rounded construction specialist.

“As a small company, all members of staff can be required to work across many different areas of the business. Having the educational background and previous work experience that he does, Cameron is well placed to contribute in both pre and post contract matters and is already making a difference both to our customer base and within our commercial department.

“Cameron has moved seamlessly into the office environment although currently working from home creates challenges for us all. 

“We are all looking forward to getting staff back and being able to take Cameron out and induct him properly in the finest establishments of Glasgow’s West End.”

Cameron is an outdoors enthusiast (when he is not working).

Outside of work, Cameron is a rock climber and mountain walker. He said: “I like spending time outdoors in Scotland and my favourite hobby is rock climbing. I attend a bouldering centre in Glasgow as often as I can and I climb outdoors in the summer.

“I also enjoy Munro bagging, which is when people walk to the summits of the 282 Scottish mountains with a summit of more than 3000ft. I have bagged around 30 so far. I hope to gain enough experience to do some winter Munro bagging.”