New York



Turner was founded in New York in 1902 and our first project was a reinforced concrete cooper shop for the manufacturer J.B King & Company. Two years later, Turner built 50 concrete staircases for the New York City subway system. The following year, Turner completed the 180,000 square foot Robert Gair Building, which was the largest reinforced concrete building in the United States at that time. Over the next 100 years, Turner contributed to the construction of many landmark projects in New York City, including the United Nations Secretariat, Madison Square Garden, Lincoln Center and Yankee Stadium.

We are committed to sustainability with a staff that includes more than 300 LEED Accredited Professionals; and we are proud of our LEED and green projects which include two Platinum and nine Gold certified buildings.

We invested in the development and use of Virtual Design and Construction tools and have applied Building Information Modeling
 on approximately $7.4 billion dollars worth of work.

New York

375 Hudson Street
6th Floor
New York, NY 10014

Phone: (212) 229-6000

Contacts

  • Charles Murphy

    Senior Vice President & General Manager

    cfmurphy@tcco.com
    (212) 229-6275

  • John Thomann

    Vice President & General Manager of Interiors

    jthomann@tcco.com
    (212) 229-6215

  • Daniel M. Fine

    Business Development Manager

    dmfine@tcco.com
    (212) 229-6089

  • Robert Krasowski

    Manager of Business Development, Interiors

    rkrasowski@tcco.com
    (212) 229-6375

  • Stephanie Burns

    Director, Community Affairs

    sburns@tcco.com
    (212) 229-6480

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JOB OPPORTUNITIES

  • Business Manager � Knowledge, Collaboration & Learning

    This national position does not have a required location. This position could work in a Turner Business Unit or work remotely from home. This position will be responsible for the company’s knowledge, collaboration, and learning capabilities both internally and externally. It is a strategic position that guides the organization with leading approaches to accelerate the transfer of knowledge with an optimized blend of modality delivery. The Business Manager will run the knowledge, collaboration and learning organization, and actively participate in multi-discipline leadership teams to advance strategy and serve as the voice of the organization for these efforts. This position will also serve as a conduit with external entities to position the organization as a leader in knowledge, collaboration and learning both within the industry and outside, creating partnerships that foster collaborative learning and sharing. Reports to: Chief Learning Officer

    NEW YORK, NY 10014

  • Real Estate Manager

    Manage Turner’s real estate portfolio, primarily leases in which the Company may be lessor or lessee in the United States and Canada. Analyze and recommend real estate options, assist in developing policy, and plan for future real estate needs. Track overall real estate obligations, lease terms and related data pertaining to Turner’s real estate assets. Align real estate operations with organizational strategy. Reports to: Vice President, Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A)

    NEW YORK, NY 10014

  • Director, Knowledge and Collaboration

    This position will strengthen the company’s knowledge, collaboration, improvement and innovation capabilities globally by developing, implementing and managing an environment and supporting processes that accelerates growth in the use of the Turner Learning Tree (TLT) and the value that it provides to employees. Through company-wide communications, user community feedback and engagement, content management and oversight, the TLT will improve access to the collective knowledge of Turner’s global employee network. The TLT platform will enable employees to more quickly and confidently adopt and use better tools and technologies, standardize and improve processes and practices, and accelerate the rate of learning and innovation.   This national position does not have a required location.   Reports to: Turner Knowledge Network Business Manager.

    NEW YORK, NY 10014

  • 2015 NSBE: Field Engineer

    Only apply for this job if you are a student interested in a full-time position who attended the 2015 NSBE National Convention in Anaheim, CA.    Field Engineer: Reports to the job site Engineer, Project Engineer, Project Superintendent, or Assistant Superintendent.  Also maintains contact on the working level with subcontractor’s Foremen.  Assists in carrying out a variety of basic field duties at the job site related to the general construction of non-residential buildings, stadiums, and parking structures by personally performing the following duties.  In the performance of these functions, the Field Engineer is responsible for the protection and promotion of the interests of Turner Construction Company in all matters.

    NEW YORK, NY 10014

  • 2015 NSBE: Intern/Co-op

    Only apply for this job if you are a student interested in a internship or co-op position who attended the 2015 NSBE National Convention in Anaheim, CA. Assistant Engineer: Reports to the Project Engineer.  Assists in obtaining, evaluating, coordinating and distributing the information and authorizations needed to construct the project on time, within budget, and to the quality specified.

    NEW YORK, NY 10014

  • Content Development Manager

    This national position does not have a required location. This position could work in a Turner Business Unit or work remotely from home. This position will have responsibility for both web-based and instructor-led courses – both in the creation of new content, and the updating of existing content. Providing technical support for web-based content is also required. The Content Development Manager must work closely with Subject Matter Experts and project stakeholders to ensure a quality product that meets the needs of the company. This position is responsible for ensuring that annual required learning is available and updated on an annual basis. Reports to: Turner Knowledge Network Business Manager.

    NEW YORK, NY 10014

  • Accountant - Op Finance - NYC

    Position Description: Lead all financial administration and fiscal management aspects of the project. The Accountant will ensure that all team members, including project manager, superintendent, and engineer are following Turner Financial Policy and Procedures, and will communicate any potential profitability or risk to management. Reports to: Accounting Manager, Senior Accountant

    NEW YORK, NY 10014

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