Robert Boast started working as a quantity surveyor in 1967 and after joining Davson and Prichard in 1970 spent the next seven year working in their Reading, London and York offices and their international offices in Nicosia and Tehran. When the Shah was deposed forcing closure of the Tehran office he returned to the UK and joined Timms Eida & Associates in their Westerham offices in 1978.
Rob progressed from senior assistant to senior partner in the early 90s and is Member of Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS).
He has advised clients undertaking a wide variety of construction projects including commercial properties, educational and ecclesiastical buildings, and high value residential houses and estates. Whilst specialising in hotel developments he has been instructed on projects across the UK and channel isles and through Europe to Russia.
Following his appointment on numerous projects involving the renovation, conservation and development of large stately homes Rob has developed a particular expertise with projects that involve heritage houses and buildings.
In his spare time Rob is a keen supporter of Tottenham Hotspur and follower of local and international cricket and golf. He enjoys playing golf, walking his dog and spending time with his wife and family holidaying in the west country and abroad.