Turner & Townsend (T & T) appointed Ross Dunkerley to the position of director
The British company Turner & Townsend (T & T) appointed Ross Dunkerley to the position of director in order to expand the company's presence in New Zealand.
Dunkerleigh will move from the company's Johannesburg office, where he has been working for the past ten years as the head of the real estate division in Africa.
Dunkerley said: “I will be a business opportunity researcher in the health, education, banking, computer systems and infrastructure sectors to increase T & T’s client base and become the most reliable partner in delivering high-quality products and programs in New Zealand.”
Anuy Odit, CEO of T & T in Australia and New Zealand, said: “The country is a mature market that can benefit from our knowledge of the local market and the competence with customers around the world in infrastructure, real estate and natural resources.”
“Some of our top global clients are already working with New Zealand. For T & T, expanding business and services for these customers is a natural step forward. ”
T & T is currently working on several major projects in New Zealand, including Christchurch Hospital and Auckland Airport. The company acquired the Australian company Thinc.
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The firm has recently been given official functions in New South Wales and Malaysia.