And the winners are...
The Tonkin + Taylor Team at the 2016 Financial Review Client Choice Awards. (Left to Right) Tim Chadwick, Monique Cornish, Doug Johnson, Jen Lavoie and Richard Hancy.
Tonkin + Taylor took home the supreme award, its glass trophy and won three different client categories at Australasia's premier professional services awards for 2016.
The Australian Financial Review Client Choice supreme award recipients are chosen from the winners of all categories and all consultancies - accountancy, engineering, law and management. Tonkin + Taylor was named joint winner ‘Australasia’s Best Professional Services Firm (revenue $50m-$200m)’ alongside Australian law firm, Lander & Rogers.
T+T was also awarded:
- Australasia’s Best Consulting Engineering Firm (revenue $50m-$200m)
- Australasia’s Best Provider to Government and Community (all professional services firms, Australia & New Zealand)
- Best New Zealand Firm (all professional services firms, NZ).
“We feel very humbled but also very proud of these awards, as it reflects positively on our culture and our client focus”, said Tonkin + Taylor’s Managing Director, Doug Johnson.
The Financial Review Client Choice Awards are held annually by Beaton Global – the research company that conducts the world’s largest independent study into perceptions of professional service firms.
Doug Johnson was interviewed by The Business of Trust following the company’s success with the Beaton Awards. Read the Q+A with Doug on BOFT’S website here.
Tonkin + Taylor works on a range of private, commercial and government projects, including consortium alliances.
We are currently working on several large redevelopment projects in Auckland’s CBD, including Commercial Bay and the Waterview Connection, along with projects involved in the Christchurch Earthquake Recovery.
T+T was part of the consortium that constructed Wellington’s Arras Tunnel and Pukeahu War Memorial Park in time for the 100th commemorations of ANZAC Day in 2015 and part of the team that recently completed the restoration of the Onehunga Foreshore (Taumanu Reserve) on Auckland’s Manukau Harbour.