Sandra is currently holding the role of a Project Manager (Real Estate) at Turner & Townsend, a global consultancy company that serves clients in real estate, infrastructure, and natural resources sectors. Her career journey commenced in the realm of architecture, leading to acquisition of a Bachelor’s degree from Manchester School of Architecture.
Sandra’s passion for shaping environments prompted her transition into project management. With a dedicated focus on the healthcare industry, Sandra is committed to reshaping the landscape of healthcare facilities in the UK. She firmly believes in the transformative power of well-designed spaces to enhance the quality of healthcare services.
Sandra was involved in a number of notable schemes in her architectural and project management endeavors, inclusive of the Greater Manchester Major Trauma Hospital, a new trauma hospital designed to ensure patients with life-threatening injuries receive a timely treatment. She is now involved in North-West portfolio programme delivery for the New Hospital Programme (NHP), a UK government initiative to rebuild and modernize hospitals across the country.
As an advocate for young professionals in the industry, Sandra invests time and energy in mentoring and providing guidance to the emerging talents in construction. She has been involved with the Save Construction Initiative ‘’Not Just Men in Muddy Boots’’ with the aim to support tackling skills shortage and promote careers in construction.
In recognition of her contributions and achievements, Sandra was awarded with the title of G4C New Professional of the Year (North West, 2023) and now will be holding the regional chair position.