Strategic property programmes

Programme value enhancement

International experience

JJL consultancy was set up in 2013 as a vehicle for Joseph Lee to provide independent consultancy and be totally committed to delivering value to clients rather than encumbered by “corporate distractions”.

Joseph was a Director at Turner & Townsend for 8 years and a Board member for 4 years. He has led several project management business units including Telecoms, Technology, Commercial and Retail. He founded the Technology consultancy team which is now a global business unit and immediately prior to leaving he led the multi-disciplinary Occupier Team within the London office as Strategic Leader.

He took a leading role in the development of the UK Property business strategy and led the development of an integrated property consultancy delivery model, which brings together service offerings to create more value to clients’ businesses. He was also responsible for service excellence and knowledge management across the Project Management teams which provided toolkits for project delivery and facilitated improvement and innovation within the business.

He is a Chartered Civil Engineer (CEng, MICE) and a qualified Project Manager (CPM, RPP, MAPM). In 2003 he was runner up in the Association for Project Management’s Project Manager of the Year competition for the role he undertook on the City Hall Project for the GLA. In 2004 he was awarded the Sir Monty Finniston Award by the APM for his contribution to the art and science of Project Management. He was the London Chairman for the APM for 3 years and is currently assisting the APM as a member of the APM/RICS liaison group.

He is personable, earnest, hardworking and a very dedicated individual who takes pride in all aspects of his work; he will always strive to achieve exemplary standards and motivate the same high standards and energy to succeed in any team that he is leading. He has an excellent ability to solve problems at both strategic and tactical levels.

 

He is a Chartered Civil Engineer (CEng, MICE) and a qualified Project Manager (CPM, RPP, MAPM). In 2003 he was runner up in the Association for Project Management’s Project Manager of the Year competition for the role he undertook on the City Hall Project for the GLA. In 2004 he was awarded the Sir Monty Finniston Award by the APM for his contribution to the art and science of Project Management. He was the London Chairman for the APM for 3 years and is currently assisting the APM as a member of the APM/RICS liaison group.

He is personable, earnest, hardworking and a very dedicated individual who takes pride in all aspects of his work; he will always strive to achieve exemplary standards and motivate the same high standards and energy to succeed in any team that he is leading. He has an excellent ability to solve problems at both strategic and tactical levels.

 

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