The company provides project management, cost management and consultancy services to the property, infrastructure and natural resources industries. Recent contracts include the Darwin building for the Natural History Museum in London, and Durban’s King Shaka International airport for the 2010 World Cup. With 2,400 staff in 63 offices in 28 countries, the Yorkshire company continues its overseas expansion, establishing a joint venture in South Korea and opening offices in Chile and Vietnam. Sales reached an annualised £247.3m in 2009 under chief executive Vincent Clancy.

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Company details
Year2010
Rank118
CompanyTurner & Townsend
ActivityConstruction consultancy
LocationLeeds
Sales £m†247.3
Operating profit £m†20.2
Main shareholdersVincent Clancy, Tom Harrison, Tim Wray and RBC CEES Trustee Ltd
Staff2,461
Founded1946
Websitewww.turnerandtownsend.com

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* supplied by Company   † annualised figure   ‡  profit = ebitda