Turner & Townsend has moved to larger offices in Los Angeles after tripling its headcount in the region.
The West Coast US hub of the construction consultancy moved to Century City to accommodate the higher staff numbers.
In the past year the hub has doubled its revenue to $10.3M (£6.6M).
Meanwhile, Nevin Sood was appointed to manage cost and asset management services in the region. Formerly based in London, Snood will now work from San Francisco.
US managing director of Turner & Townsend John Robbins said: “Our steady growth on the West Coast and appointment of Nevin Sood is testament to our ability to adapt to shifting client needs and market conditions across our vast country.
“Clients in the region are looking to us for innovative solutions to help drive efficiency across their portfolios.”