Work at three multi-million pound flood protection schemes in North Ayrshire is on track as part of preparations to lessen the impact of climate change. Climate change is expected to increase the frequency and severity of flooding across Scotland.
Following September’s grand opening of the South Harbour at the Port of Aberdeen, Turner & Townsend's UK head of project management Garry Murphy highlights the firm's role in the programme, particularly the importance of project controls. In September, the grand opening
Multi-disciplinary construction consultancies AtkinsRéalis and Turner & Townsend have been named as the lead providers for two upcoming Professional Services frameworks from Pagabo. The two frameworks – both of which will go live in April 2024 - provide a framework specifically for
hub South West Scotland is to work in partnership with Dumfries and Galloway Council to deliver the new £48m Dumfries High School after plans for the new state-of-the-art education facility were approved.
Work is progressing at the £48 million Millport Flood Protection Scheme on the Isle of Cumbrae. Construction works started in the spring and the recent focus has been on installing the onshore flood walls.
With construction firms facing increased insolvency risk from inflation, slowing demand and the climate crisis, a new report from Turner & Townsend warns against short-term thinking which could derail vital, long-term strategic priorities. The global professional services firm’s Autumn 202
After passenger services on Edinburgh’s newest section of public transport launched last month, SCN editor Kieran Findlay caught up with Turner & Townsend’s director and Scotland infrastructure regional lead Steve Jackson to discuss the final stages of the project, the night-tim
Turner & Townsend's Laurice Peverett reveals why a digital-first approach to building performance in construction can help address societal outcomes within Scotland. Net-zero ambitions along with post-pandemic working patterns are prompting owners of commercial real estate across Scotland t
Turner & Townsend has warned of sustained pressure on UK real estate construction for the next twelve months, as the industry faces a combination of pressures from ongoing inflation, an acute skills shortage, and high interest rates. The global professional services firm’s International Co
Turner & Townsend is calling for stronger project controls and upfront programme planning to combat a sector-wide capacity crunch, as cooling demand, high insolvencies, risk-averse contractors, and loss of market confidence could create further pressures for the industry.
Passenger services on Edinburgh’s new tram line to Newhaven launched today with the help of the community along the route. The first paying customers boarded the service, operated by Edinburgh Trams, between Newhaven and Picardy Place (and onward to Edinburgh Airport) at midday yesterday.