Luke Reilly

Assistant Cost Manager, Turner and Townsend

  1. What made you interested in working in the Built Environment?

The opportunity to make a difference and get involved in projects and areas that I had always wanted to contribute to. The built environment is an expansive work environment that its rare for everyday to be the same as the next.


  1. Why did you join the Built Environment Change Makers?

To drive change and make a real positive impact on the industry and to show that there are green and productive ways of working. Enable the conversations between all parties and show the real benefits of using more sustainable construction methods.


  1. What are your top 3 knowledge areas that you are bringing to the Built Environment Change Makers?
  • Knowledge of a commercial environment
  • Dealing with clients
  • Digital tools and technologies


  1. What are you hoping to achieve?

As a built environment change maker within the built environment and construction industry, I hope to promote positive and sustainable changes in the way buildings and infrastructure are designed, built, and maintained. Including advocating for more environmentally-friendly practices, improving building safety and accessibility, promoting social equity and inclusivity, and encouraging innovation and technological advancements in the industry. Ultimately, my goal is to create a built environment that supports the needs of people and the planet in a responsible and ethical way.