17 January 2005:
Sara Corrin becomes a full-time employee of tressillian consultants. She
will be a full board member, Finance Director and Company Secretary.
10 January 2005:
Following our initial work on
the DTI's 2 Roof Strategy Programme, we are appointment as Programme
Director for Phase 2. This is the refurbishment and re-stack of 151
Buckingham Palace Road and the disposal of surplus London real estate.
The programme is due to run until March 2006.
1 October 2004:
Back to our roots....tc is awarded a 6 month contract to help programme manage the relocation and "hot-desking"
of all the UK Department of Trade and Industry's (DTI) London-based staff.
Sometime in June 2004:
Google lost us again...if you have any ideas why:
10 June 2004:
David Morgan wins a 6 month project to implement the UK DfES "London Challenge"
in Lambeth Local Education Authority:
Lambeth London Challenge Vision (pdf)
9 June 2004:
Google finally finds tressillian consultants' web site!
8 June 2004:
tressillian consultants is registered as a UK Limited Company. David Morgan and Sara
Corrin are Managing Director and Company Secretary respectively.
19 May 2004:
Paul Titchener starts a 6 month programme to re-engineer BP's Upstream Finance function
BP in Scotland
11 May 2004:
tressillian consultants' web site is launched:
5 May 2004:
Paul Titchener and Stuart McLean join tressillian consultants as Associates. Between them they
bring substantial experience in transformation and programme management in the Public, Leisure, Retail and FS sectors:
28 April 2004:
tressillian.com and tressillian.co.uk registered.
1 April 2004:
Sara Corrin joins tressillian consultants as a Strategic Advisor. She will provide strategic
direction to the business, but will not be undertaking client work due to other commitments.
Sara is a Utilities sector specialist with several years consulting experience:
21 November 2003:
tressillian consultants achieve major win in conjunction with PricewaterhouseCoopers to help BNFL transform itself:
BNFL project summary
BNFL web site
PwC UK web site
5 October 2003:
tressillian consultants established by David Morgan: