Project Controls Director, Turner and Townsend
Mark attended Trinity Primary school from 1985 to 1992, throughout his time there he enjoyed learning all the basic skills he puts into practice everyday within his workplace. Mark excelled in all sports at Trinity Primary including football in which his team won many school league trophies.
Mark then resumed onto Lathom High School leaving with 10 GCSE’s including Maths, English and Science. Mark’s education continued onto sixth form at John Rigby in Orrell where he studied Chemistry, History and Physics. After this mark attended John Moores University Liverpool where he studied electronic engineering and graduated with a BSc (hons.)
Mark started his career in 2005 in which he took up employment with Turner and Townsend. Turner and Townsend are a company that help deliver transformational programmes across the real estate, infrastructure and natural resources sectors, making a difference to people’s lives and ensuring a return on investment for clients and investors.
Since then, Mark has gained over 15 years in Programme management having the opportunity to live and construct Airports in amazing countries such as Dublin, Abu Dhabi, Muscat, Salalah and Paris. Mark continues to deliver other major infrastructure programmes from Nuclear power stations to solar farms. He currently resides in the UK and supports EDF in building the first of new generation nuclear power stations, within Hinkley Point C, providing low carbon electricity for around six million homes