Martin Gill, head of BDO in Scotland said: “It’s fantastic to be announcing our commitment to Glasgow as we continue to invest in our people and the Scottish market. BDO will continue to create jobs in Scotland over the long-term. We’re proud to support ambitious, growing businesses across Scotland’s economic engine as our team works hard to help them succeed.
“The way the BDO team blends its digital connectivity and physical space has never been a bigger priority. The space will allow for effective collaboration with each other, clients and colleagues in BDO’s global network.”
Atlantic Square was designed by BAM Design and Cooper Cromer Architects, constructed by BAM Construction Scotland and developed by BAM Properties in joint venture with Taylor Clark.
BAM Properties’ Glasgow portfolio includes 110 Queen Street and Clarion as well as the recent Capital Square development in Edinburgh.
Fergus Maclennan of Cushman and Wakefield represented BDO while BAM TCP was represented by CBRE, JLL and Ryden.