Anooj Oodit

Managing Director - Australia & New Zealand, Turner & Townsend

As Managing Director of Turner & Townsend’s Asia and ANZ regions, Anooj is responsible for the strategic direction and growth of the Asia and ANZ businesses.

 

He sits on Turner & Townsend’s Global Operations Board, Asia Board, ANZ Board, Korea Board and chairs the North East Asia, South East Asia and South Asia (India) Boards as well as the Real Estate, Infrastructure and Natural Resources Boards in ANZ. He also sits on Turner & Townsend’s global Purpose steering committee.  

 

Since his appointment as Managing Director of ANZ in 2015, Anooj has overseen a growth of circa 60 percent of the ANZ business and a diversification program across 14 sectors, 13 offices and 6 service lines. In addition to his current role, Anooj has recently been appointed as Managing Director of Turner & Townsend’s Asia region leading an additional 17 offices and a combined team of over 1,300 people.

 

Anooj is passionate towards creating a cohesive construction industry, particularly focusing on how to enhance performance through collaboration; as well as driving efficiency resulting through the most cost-effective mutually beneficial client outcomes. He currently sits on the RICS Australasia Advisory Board and is a judge for the RICS Australia Awards as well as the PPP Awards for Asia Pacific.  

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