• February 2024

    Cost model: Making sports stadiums fit for purpose

    In an article for Building Magazine, Will Goring of Turner & Townsend alinea and Philip Johnson of Populous explore the challenges facing modern sports stadiums and provide a cost model ...

  • February 2024

    Further Management & Leadership Diploma success

    Congratulations to Eric Garcia, Sean Hill, Mark Nesbitt, Chris McAlinden, Andy Gray, Samta Patel and Lauren Atkins, who have each achieved Distinctions in their Level 5 Management & Leadership Diploma ...

  • February 2024

    TTa team complete 10km charity run for Action for Children

    A big well done to the TTa apprentices and graduates who recently completed a 10km charity run as part of the Action for Children charity challenge! The challenge aims to generate ...

  • February 2024

    We are attending the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) 2024 Americas Conference

    Director Steve Watts and Associate Director Rachel Coleman look forward to attending the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) 2024 Americas Conference in Miami, USA, next week. This year’s ...

  • February 2024

    We’re attending MIPIM 2024, ‘The Global Urban Festival’ 

    We are delighted to be attending MIPIM 2024, ‘The Global Urban Festival’ in Palais des Festivals, Cannes, France, on March 12 – 15. If you or your colleagues are attending MIPIM ...

  • December 2023

    Sam Burgess joins Turner & Townsend alinea as a Façade Specialist

    We have strengthened our market leading façades team with the addition of Sam Burgess as a Façade Specialist. With a wealth of commercial experience in the façade industry, Sam brings ...

  • December 2023

    Leadership & Management Apprenticeship Success

    Congratulations to Directors Richard Powell, John Lione, Nic Di Santo and Mark Day for becoming Fellows of the Chartered Management Institute, having received distinctions in their Level 7 Leadership and ...

  • December 2023

    Planning permission has been granted for 55 Old Broad Street

    We are thrilled to announce that Landsec has successfully obtained planning permission for 55 Old Broad Street, a striking 24-storey mixed-use building in London's prestigious Square Mile. Turner & Townsend alinea ...

  • December 2023

    Turner & Townsend alinea Director Steve Watts reflects on his time as CTBUH Chairman

    It was a privilege to hold the position of Chairman for the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) over the past six years. Having recently handed over the ...

  • November 2023

    Cost comparison: tower construction in Toronto and London

    In an insightful article for Building Magazine, Directors Steve Watts and John Lione explore the construction of tall buildings in two influential cities, Toronto and London. Over the past two ...

  • November 2023

    Utilities consultancy expert Chris Trew joins Turner & Townsend alinea

    We are pleased to announce that we have strengthened our Specialist Services team by appointing Chris Trew as Director. With over 35 years of industry experience, Chris is an expert ...

  • November 2023

    Turner & Townsend alinea co-host roundtable on The Private Sector Playbook

    Landsec and Turner & Townsend alinea recently co-hosted a roundtable event with leaders of prominent cost management firms and co-authors of 'Trust and Productivity - The Private Sector Playbook', which ...

  • November 2023

    Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) International Conference: In Review

    With the conclusion of the recent Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) International Conference, Turner & Townsend alinea Director, Steve Watts shares his review and reflections on a ...

  • October 2023

    Back to Business: The newly restored Lloyd’s Underwriting Room has reopened its doors

    Turner & Townsend alinea has provided cost management services on ‘Project Together,’ the newly reopened Lloyd’s Underwriting Room. The world’s oldest hotdesking space has been sensitively modernised and after closing ...