UK-based Turner & Townsend’s revenues from the Middle East grew 45 per cent to £25.9m ($40.5m) for the year ended 30 April 2015 as global turnover increased to £380m.

The company now employs 250 people in the region and has won work for several major international and regional clients across a variety of sectors.  

“Our expertise has led to winning a number of major commissions with key global clients including GE, and regional clients such as Emaar. We have also built on our aviation sector experience by working on landmark airports including Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Doha,” say Mike Collings, managing director at Turner & Townsend Middle East.

“The life sciences and health sectors also experienced accelerated growth, with new programmes including VPS Healthcare’s innovative Burjeel Medical City. This year, we also provided facilities management services at Lusail City.”

Turner & Townsend employs 4,100 staff across 90 offices, and has recorded five successive years of growth and boosted turnover by 75 per cent since 2010.

The Middle East was the best-performing region in 2014 for Turner & Townsend, as revenues grew by 46 per cent.

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