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Bartlett joins Turner & Townsend’s Canadian team

By Adam Freill   

Construction Infrastructure

Head of infrastructure brings international experience from the company’s Global Head Office in the United Kingdom.

Turner & Townsend has hired Julian Bartlett as its head of infrastructure for Canada where he will develop and execute a long-term growth strategy for the firm’s Canadian Infrastructure business.

He joins the Canadian operation from the company’s Global Head Office in the United Kingdom. Turner & Townsend is an independent professional services company specializing in program management, project management, cost and commercial management and consulting.

With more than 25 years of experience in commercial management, Bartlett has worked on a wide range of infrastructure projects in the United Kingdom and was led the commercial and controls team at London’s Heathrow Airport.

“Canada’s recent infrastructure investments are in the hundreds of billions of dollars. As the country invests in world-class infrastructure, to power the economy and transition towards net zero, we are bringing the best talent from our global business to work on these diverse projects across the country,” said Gerard McCabe, Turner & Townsend’s managing director for Canada. “This appointment is part of our growth strategy to bring a modern vision and fresh approach to how major infrastructure programs are delivered in Canada. Julian brings knowledge and best practices from some of the most highly regarded projects in Europe, allowing our clients to benefit from that insight.”


Turner & Townsend has been providing construction consultancy services for nearly 20 years in Canada, and has offices in Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Ottawa, Toronto and Montreal.




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