T&T strengthens UK team with new MDs
Turner & Townsend has strengthened its senior team across the UK, with a trio of promotions to support future growth and ambitions.
The UK senior leadership shake-up will see James Corrigan promoted to UK managing director of Infrastructure. Before he headed up the Programme Advisory division in the UK, which under his leadership grew from a team of 40 to 130, focussing on the effective set up of major projects and programmes.
Simon Arnold becomes UK managing director of Real Estate Project Management, having previously lead the project management side of the business across London and the South East, which doubled in size under his tenure.
Arnold replaces Chris Sargent, who last year moved from the role to UK managing director for Real Estate.
While Andy Scott, former lead for UK regional business across transport, utilities and power, will now take up the newly-created position of UK managing director for Defence, at a time of increased focus and investment on defence and security.
They will report to Patricia Moore, UK managing director at Turner & Townsend.
She said: “This strategic reorganisation of our UK senior leadership is a sign of the exceptional trajectory of growth Turner & Townsend has seen across the UK and reflects our continued investment for the future.
“In the UK and globally, Turner & Townsend is charting a bold path. Our agile strategy has helped the business remain resilient to recent market disruption and is supporting clients to deliver impactful programmes, become more productive and meet their sustainability goals.”