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Turner & Townsend registers a dozen Low Carbon consultants

29 October 2007

Twelve members of the integrated sustainability and whole-life cost team have achieved registration to the CIBSE Low Carbon Consultants register.

Turner & Townsend continues to lead the project and cost management sector by investing in sustainability and carbon management expertise. As part of a group wide sustainability strategy, 12 members of the integrated sustainability and whole-life cost team have achieved registration to the CIBSE Low Carbon Consultants register. The Register of Low Carbon Consultants has been developed by CIBSE to provide the market with a supply of professionals whose competence in low carbon design and operation has
been tested and is registered. This gives clients the reassurance that the design of their building is carried by members who have undertaken examinations to demonstrate their competence to deliver and maintain
buildings which exceed minimum standards (part L) of energy efficient design and operation.

The Turner & Townsend team provides in-house expertise and resources to effectively integrate sustainability into project delivery solutions to maximise whole-life value while minimising carbon. Michael Nates, Turner & Townsend Associate Director, commented: "We are continually strengthening our capability in this area, and this achievement demonstrates the skills of Turner & Townsend's sustainability champion services to our clients, with the added benefit of a recognised professional competence in low
carbon solutions".

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