We’re proud to announce one of our recent projects at Temple Point has made the BBP news! WyldeIA were appointed by Turner & Townsend to develop a high-quality workspace that would accommodate several divisions of their growing business. The brief was to provide a combination of client facing spaces, collaboration areas, flexible working environments and private workspaces. The project was a single stage design and build project with a 9-week turnaround on site. Read the full case study here.
Here’s the article as published in BBP Media
Since 2011, Turner & Townsend has expanded from a workforce of around 40 to over 350 employees. The new office fit out design needed to accommodate the increase in staff whilst making use of modern technology and encourage new ways of working.
Mayor Marvin Rees opens new office at Temple point
Turner & Townsend, the global construction consultancy, has relocated its Bristol office to Temple Point, Redcliffe. Officially opened by Mayor of Bristol Marvin Rees on 5 December, the company’s move to a new office follows a period of rapid growth in the south west, expanding from 50 employees to over 350 in five years.
The company provides programme management, project management, cost and commercial management services. With 110 offices globally, including 13 in the UK, its expansion in the south west has been driven by client wins in the real estate, transport, utilities, power and defence sectors.
Trefor Evans, Director – Bristol, said:
“The expansion and relocation of our Bristol office reflects our commitment to the city and its people. We are a recognised centre of excellence in the region and a technical leader in the services we deliver. As a business we have focused our attention in the south-west on attracting bright, energetic talent that can drive forward our work with our growing client base.
“We have a strong history of supporting graduates into the workplace and ensuring that they have the very best start on their journey. Our new office space will provide them, and our existing teams, with a modern workspace that fosters a culture of collaboration that is conducive to the success of the business.”
Mayor of Bristol Marvin Rees said,
“I’m delighted to be opening Turner & Townsend’s new offices in Temple Point. Their commitment to supporting our city and our workers is clear, and these new offices will open up more collaborative and inclusive business opportunities. I wish them every success as they continue to grow.”
The business’ expansion in the south west mirrors its UK wide and global growth. In October 2019 Turner & Townsend was ranked fifth in the prestigious Sunday Times Top Track 250, which charts UK medium sized firms seeing exceptional growth. In April 2019, the global business posted a turnover of £640m for the year ending 30 April 2019, growing 17 per cent on the previous year.
The UK also saw strong growth in the same period with total net revenue reaching £259.3m, including a net revenue of £123.1m for the infrastructure business.