Grant has a bachelor’s degree in Business Studies from Glasgow School of Business and is currently an acquisition delivery manager with more than 10 years in the UK telecommunications sector. He has been an integral part of various deployment and estates-led teams supporting and ensuring the successful delivery of large-scale deployment rollouts for Telefonica (O2), Vodafone, EE and 3UK as well as estates-led renewal projects.

Providing an end-to-end delivery of all acquisition and planning activities, Grant is also responsible for ensuring the use of agile and lean practices within the Gateley Hamer telecoms division and ensuring the team has the support and resources they require to work collaboratively and facilitate continuous improvement of project delivery.

Grant works closely with all telecoms clients to provide support on project delivery and ensure the team can deliver on all SLAs and KPIs. He also works closely with the acquisitions team to ensure we have reporting processes and procedures in place to streamline data management and overall resource efficiency.

How do you help clients?

I help client’s deliver on all aspects of acquisition and planning related activities for new site deployment, upgrade rollouts and renewal activities across both estates and deployment platforms. 

I also help client’s shape their reporting and data management processes to ensure better data integrity and continuity from client to shareholder. This includes helping them streamline acquisition and planning processes through the implementation of strategic workflow management practices to maximise efficiency and profitability. 


  1. The Implementation of a new project management and workflow database to streamline data management and reporting. 
  2. The successful delivery of acquisition and planning services on over 300 microcell sites in Central London whilst working closely with local authorities to expediate rollout and improve client/landlord relations.  
  3. Supporting clients in securing several high-profile multi-site agreements with multi-site providers, which included McDonalds, Greene King and Boots. 
  4. Working with and advising/supporting mobile network operators to develop new strategies for site acquisitions and upgrades both before and after the new telecommunications code came into practice in 2017.
  5. Supporting Cellnex with the renewal of expired lease agreements across their existing portfolio in the UK.