Turner & Townsend

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Confidence amongst UK contractors has reached historic lows as the number of new orders begins to reflect levels normally seen only in ‘severe recessions’, according to new research by Turner & Townsend. The most recent UK Market Intelligence Report from the global professional servi

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Two Scottish surveyors have been recognised by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) for their roles in helping develop the careers of dozens of young surveyors. Gemma Begbie, a senior project manager with Turner+Townsend based in Edinburgh, and Harry Browne, a director with HD Propert

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Scotland’s international centre of manufacturing expertise is a step closer to being realised following the appointment of the design team. The National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS), hosted by the University of Strathclyde, aims to make Scotland a global leader in advanced manufactu

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Representatives from Esh Border Construction and Heriot-Watt University met this week to celebrate the beginning of an extensive refurbishment project at the prestigious higher education establishment. Livingston-based Esh has been awarded the contract to completely transform the university’s Came

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The Sullom Voe oil terminal Turner & Townsend has been chosen to deliver quantity surveying and cost management services across BP’s onshore facilities in Scotland.

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(from left) Turner & Townsend directors Garry Murphy, Bruce Frater, Andrew Outram & Suzanne Graham Turner & Townsend has restructured its Glasgow operations to prepare for further growth with the appointment of Bruce Frater as the head of cost management.

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Vincent Clancy Global professional services consultancy Turner & Townsend has defied “challenging market conditions” to increase its turnover by eight per cent to a record £409 million in the year ended 30 April 2016.

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The University of Edinburgh has selected contractor McLaughlin & Harvey to deliver its £28 million Data Technology Institute. Designed by Bennetts Associates, the building is to be the third and final phase of the University’s Potterrow development, following the completion of the Informatics

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An architectural render of Alumno’s Powis Place development Engineering students who represent the future of the construction industry have been given a personal insight into one of the most important projects taking place in Aberdeen – the creation of much needed new accommodation for academics

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