Turner Construction Company Recognized as the Leading Green Builder in the United States

September 02, 2015

Engineering News-Record’s annual Green Sourcebook once again recognizes Turner as the largest green contractor.

Turner Construction Company is pleased to announce that Engineering News-Record’s annual Green Sourcebook recognizes Turner as the number one green builder in the country, performing more than $5.4 billion in green work in 2014. This figure represents the efforts of approximately 20,000 workers completing more than $100 million in sustainable construction every week.

In addition to the top honor, Turner was ranked first in the construction of sustainable healthcare, education, manufacturing and industrial, and sports and entertainment facilities, second in commercial spaces, and fourth in multi-unit residential spaces.

“We are extremely proud to be recognized for our consistent performance as the number one green builder for each of the last eight years,” said Michael Deane, Turner’s chief sustainability officer. He continued, “This impressive record of achievement speaks to how important healthy and productive places to live and work are to our clients. We share their commitment to constructing buildings that are energy and water efficient while reducing operating costs and environmental impacts.”

Notable recent green projects include Levi’s Stadium, home of the San Francisco 49ers in Santa Clara, California, The Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, New York, the Martin Army Community Hospital in Fort Benning, Georgia, the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center’s James Cancer Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, and the Bell Helicopter Headquarters in Fort Worth, Texas.

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