The company’s net revenue increased by a fifth in the year ended 30 April 2012 and the new appointments mark the continuing growth. It has 2,800 staff across its global network of 74 offices. “Turner & Townsend’s rapid growth owes much to the quality of our people and it is a pleasure to welcome these exciting new additions to the team,” said CEO Vincent Clancy.
In New York at Turner & Townsend Ferzan Robbins (TTFR), Robert Worsham joins as a new director from his position as project executive and vice president for Lend Lease, where he concentrated on large commercial and multi-use complexes and renovations.
In Australia, two new associate directors are joining the company. Andrew McNeile has moved from multi-disciplinary consultancy Up Hatherley. On the other side of the country, Richard Young joins Turner & Townsend’s Perth office as an associate director.
In the UK, Russell Bates joins the team in London as a new director for delay analysis. He has previously worked for John Laing Construction and Hill International (UK). Also in the UK, Benjamin Jukes joins Turner & Townsend’s Bristol office as an associate director in the cost management team, following two years with Ward Williams Associates in a similar role and 14 years with Davis Langdon.