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Turner and Townsend relocates

Consultant moves home in London and opens new office in Aberdeen

Construction consultancy Turner and Townsend has relocated its two London offices to a single site and opened a new office in Aberdeen.

The company has taken four floors at the Savoy Court building next to the Savoy hotel, leaving behind its previous offices in Leicester Square and Covent Garden.

Turner and Townsend UK managing director Steve McGuckin said: “Our London team spent 15 years in our previous office on Bedford Street.  Over that time we have grown dramatically, extending beyond our UK roots to become a global player.

“Today more than half our revenues come from overseas and our new home reflects our international focus.  Open and flexible, it has the space and facilities for our high calibre staff to work effectively with colleagues and clients around the world.”

In addition to its new London premises, Turner & Townsend has expanded its UK coverage, opening a new office in Aberdeen to support clients in the infrastructure, commercial and natural resources sectors.

The office opened in January and is situated in Riverside House, one of the city’s landmark office locations, adjacent to the River Dee in the city centre.

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