October 01, 2015
Turner Construction Company is pleased to announce leadership promotions in their New York Interiors Group. Bert Rahm
is now vice president and general manager, Ed Magnani
is now vice president and operations manager, and Ronald Olson
is now deputy operations manager.
This leadership team has a collective 80 years of construction experience in the New York market. Together they lead a staff of 170 people completing $700 million of construction annually. Their work ranges from small commercial renovations to full-building tenant fit-outs and from minor infrastructure upgrades to major structural development. Recent projects include the 1.2 million-square-foot fit-out of Conde Nast’s headquarters at One World Trade Center, the restoration of the Rainbow Room at 30 Rockefeller Plaza, which included addition of a 65th-floor terrace, the Brookfield Place luxury retail atrium at 230 Vesey Street, Bloomberg’s offices at 120 Park Avenue, and the world’s largest high-definition video display, which, at eight stories high and 330 feet long, lights up the façade of the Marriott Marquis in Times Square.
Bert Rahm joined Turner in 1985. He has served as a superintendent, senior purchasing agent, project manager and project executive. He was named operations manager in 2007 and became a vice president in 2008. In 2014 he was promoted to vice president and senior operations manager.
Ed Magnani joined Turner in 1988. He has served as superintendent, project manager and project executive. In 2013, Ed was named deputy operations manager of the New York Interiors Group and a year later he was named vice president and operations manager.
Ronald Olson joined Turner in 1994 and has served as an assistant engineer, a project superintendent, project manager and project executive.