WT Partnership (Australia and New Zealand) Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- WT Partnership (Australia and New Zealand)'s estimated annual revenue is currently $492.5M per year.
- WT Partnership (Australia and New Zealand)'s estimated revenue per employee is $406,000
- WT Partnership (Australia and New Zealand) has 1213 Employees.
- WT Partnership (Australia and New Zealand) grew their employee count by 7% last year.
WT Partnership (Australia and New Zealand) Competitors & Alternatives
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What Is WT Partnership (Australia and New Zealand)?
At WT Partnership (WT), partnership isnt just core to our name, it is the key to our effectiveness, and underpins the relationships with our clients - it defines the way we work with each other. This has been the case right through our history as award-winning international property, project and cost management consultants. Our expertise covers the building, construction and infrastructure sectors, as well as the management of facilities and the provision of advisory services. At WT, our clients goals are our goals. We understand that there is no such thing as a standard project. We tailor solutions to meet each client's needs and objectives. Not just in Australia and the United Kingdom. Youll find us in Europe, Asia, India, North America, Central America and the Pacific, providing consultancy services for public and private sector clients. When you work with WT, the collective thinking of 1,250 of the profession's best people are on tap. That makes us one of the world's leading international cost consultancy firms. But were not only large, were also fiercely independent. We own and control all of our individual offices wherever we operate. This is the world of WT: a world of seamless and efficient consultancy services delivered through partnering with clients.keywords:N/A
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