Helping miners deliver best outcomes in development programmes is at the heart of what we do.Mark Wainwright
Since starting Turner & Townsend in 2012, I've been involved with opening the business in new territories, such as Latin America and bringing new services to market.
I have a MA from Queens College Cambridge and an MBA from the University of Cape Town.
Q. What attracted you to join Turner & Townsend?
A. The chance to work for a company I knew well and the chance to build a business.
Q. Which project are you most proud of being involved in at Turner & Townsend?
A. The project I'm most proud of is the Anglo American Los Bronces mining project in Santiago, Chile. This launched our entire Latin American practice.
Q. How do you see the business developing over the next five years?
A. Whilst growth to date has been phenomenal, this will continue as services develop particularly in the advisory space. With the rebound in commodity prices, we can expect stronger performance form the natural resource sector.
Opening up the Latin American, European and UK practicesJuly 2013
Taking the sector to its highest ever size in the financial yearApril 2014
Rebuilding the practice post the commodity price crash2016