Turner & Townsend in the Netherlands
Accelerating the adoption of sustainable solutions is a key priority for the built environment in the Netherlands. However, achieving this in an over-stressed real estate sector market while remaining an accessible and economically attractive location, is also a significant challenge.
The ongoing commitment to enhancing sustainability demands flexibility from the Dutch real estate sector, particularly in the short term, as organisations must adapt their offices to new trends and meet the needs of end users. In addition, infrastructure is experiencing capacity shortages as the economy grows.
The Netherlands aspires to be completely independent of natural gas. Thus, there is a need for smart solutions such as the Embodied Carbon Calculator (ECC) to reduce the use of natural gas, particularly for heating purposes, in order to reduce CO2 production and particulate matter emissions. Investing in renewable and clean energy production is inevitable, making circularity a necessity rather than a luxury.
Making the difference in the Netherlands
From our offices in Amsterdam and Eindhoven, our Netherlands team provides cost and commercial, programme and project management services across the built environment. The key sectors we work in locally include renewable energy projects, real estate, as well as infrastructure.
Our team of over 130 experienced professionals currently advise clients in the Benelux region and leverage their local market expertise to find the best solutions on a project-by-project basis. As an integrated, global organisation, we are able to draw upon expert knowledge and the experience of colleagues worldwide to support global clients, achieve their ambitions.
We are recognised as leaders in safeguarding the commercial objectives of our clients through our cost and commercial management services. Based on our proven project management and programme management approach, combined with our local Dutch market knowledge and incorporation of innovative technology, we actively mitigate risks and transform the performance of projects and programmes.
Managing Director, The Netherlands
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