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Turner & Townsend appoints new MD

Patricia Moore, the experienced managing director of Turner & Townsend’s UK infrastructure business, has been promoted to become the company’s new managing director.

Patricia has advised on some of the largest infrastructure projects in the UK while working for professional services firm Turner & Townsend for 19 years. This includes Crossrail and HS2.

In her new role, which also sees her become an executive board member, Patricia will lead a team of more than 2,000 experts with an annual turnover of around £200 million. She will drive the continued growth of the UK business across real estate, infrastructure and natural resources.

Turner & Townsend CEO Vincent Clancy said: “Patricia has made a tremendous impact at Turner & Townsend and is a respected industry figure.

“Her client experience in almost 20 years with Turner & Townsend includes advising many of the largest infrastructure projects in the UK such as HS2, Crossrail and Hinkley Point C.

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“The UK managing director role will allow Patricia to bring her experience and insight to the whole UK business and help us to unlock further growth.”

Patricia’s career started in Scotland in 1988 as a trainee quantity surveyor – working in marine civils for the Navy.

She moved to London in 1994, providing cost management services to the Jubilee Line extension, followed by the Paddington Station refurbishment. In 1999 she joined Turner & Townsend and became UK infrastructure business managing director in 2015.

She added: “I am delighted to be appointed to this role at a time when our UK business is delivering some of the most complex and transformational programmes across the built environment.

“The strength of our business is built on our talented and diverse team and our ability to provide high-quality consultancy and drive better performance for clients and their investors.”

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