This is Tom Dickie Consulting

Our success is measured in only one way: the high level completion of your project. 

TDCL was established to provide a dedicated and hands on 24/7 service to drive your vision forward. By adopting best practice principles, policies, and procedures, we drive the best value terms as expressed by our clients.

Principles Of Our Work


It means so much more than honestyIntegrity is walking the talk; acting in accordance with your values and beliefs. To ensure we can do this for our clients , our values must align. Call us to talk about our values and beliefs. Lets see if there is a fit, so we can do our greatest work.

Be valued and principled based. Know what you stand for, and live by those standards. (George Fischer, Chairman, Eastman Kodak.)


Our talents, training, attitudes, skills, knowledge and style mean we are driven to produce auditable, defendable and measurable results for the people we serve. 

 I am still learning. That is an important mark of a good leader… know you don’t know it all and never will. (Ann Mulcahy, Chairman and CEO, XEROX.)


This is to do with motives; our agendas and our resulting behaviour. As the unbiased party, our motives are quite straight forward and based on mutual benefit. We care for ourselves, and to do so we must care for the people we interact with and serve.

In law, a man is guilty when he violates the rights of another. In ethics, he is guilty if he only thinks of doing so. (Immanuel Kant.)


We are concerned about our credibility, which shows in our results-driven processes . If we don’t accomplish what we are expected and paid to do, this diminishes our credibility. Our reputation precedes us, and we work tirelessly keep it that way. Have a look at the testimonials.

You can’t create a high-trust culture unless people perform. (Craig Weatherup, Former CEO, PepsiCo.)

Clients & Testimonials

Andrew Milne

SPC Manager – Semperian PPP Investment Partners Ltd.

Tom’s work as Employers Agent on behalf of E4i for the Inverclyde Schools Project has been first class and I would have no hesitation in recommending [his] work to future prospective clients.

I look forward to working with you to the successful conclusion of Inverclyde and no doubt on future projects too. 

David S Lawrence


I am pleased … to confirm the high regard with which I hold your colleague Tom Dickie due to his expertise in managing the construction process and professionalism in dealing with all members of the team and individual tenants. Tom’s commitment to ensuring that the project is completed to budget, on programme and quality are much appreciated. 

Michael Downes

Development Manager – MSD/SBP.

I felt it appropriate now that … I should note how pleased we have been with the style of project management which [Tom] achieved throughout the eight month period.

May I just add a note of personal thanks for your effective work and diligence.

Fergus Taylor

Regional Director – Cyrill Sweett Ltd.

Tom quickly established himself as an able and effective team leader and was responsible for the P&L and delivery of our services … in each case delivering an excellent client focused service, on time, within budget and to high quality standards.

In addition to the above Tom also delivered a high value and high specification speculative office development for a particularly difficult and demanding client. The high standards achieved resulted in a full pre-let prior to completion despite difficult market conditions. 

More recently Tom has led our team on new National Health Service works for hospitals and clinics. He has a broad range of experience, is always willing to undertake new challenges and will research new opportunities to develop the business or his career.

Tom is very thorough with a good eye for detail. He possesses excellent people skills and works hard to deliver the best for all clients. He always portrays a professional image and is an effective role model for junior staff.  

I heartily recommend Tom Dickie to you.

“Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.” (Abraham Lincoln.)