Toronto



Turner established a presence in Canada in 1910 with the construction of the Murphy Varnish Company office building in Montreal, Québec. Since then, our Canadian experience has come to include projects of many different sizes, from small tenant improvement projects to large corporate headquarters, and we have gained experience in most major market segments, including:

  • Data Centres
  • Commercial Interiors
  • Financial Centres
  • Retail
  • Healthcare
  • Higher Education
  • Hospitality
  • Sports
  • Manufacturing

With a commitment to people, process, and innovation, we offer our Canadian clients extensive knowledge of the local marketplace, and a wide range of construction services, including general construction, construction management, consulting/monitoring, project management, interior fit-outs, design-build-finance, maintenance & commissioning services, equipment planning & supply, and comprehensive preconstruction engineering.

We have completed projects in cities across Canada, in Oakville, Mississauga, Markham, Brampton, Toronto, Halifax, Montreal, Ottawa, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver for a total of more than $600 million dollars in annual revenue. 
We are proud that much of our work in these cities comes from repeat clients, including TD Bank, the Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC), WPP, Hewlett Packard (HP), Lucent Technologies, Dell, Marriott, Toyota and Ford Motor Company of Canada.

Turner is committed to sustainability, in our offices as well on our jobsites. We manage, produce, and consult on a wide variety of LEED Platinum, Gold, and Silver certified projects across North America and lead the industry in LEED-Accredited staff.



Toronto

48 Yonge Street
Suite 1100
Toronto, Ontario M5E 1G6

Phone: (416) 607-8300

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JOB OPPORTUNITIES

  • VDC/Scheduling Engineer

              Reports to: VDC Project Manager, Project Engineer, Project Manager or Project Executive  Additionally has "dotted Line" relationship for coordination and support with: VDC Project Manager or VDC Manager.       The VDC Engineer will manage, evaluate and assess model-based information from design team, trade subcontractors, and others necessary to construct the project as specified by the contract documents. Has supervisory responsibility for VDC Coordinators, and Interns. The VDC Engineer is the individual on the project responsible for building the overall project “digitally first.”

    Toronto, Ontario CA

  • Senior Project Manager

    Leads, directs and coordinates the overall management of multiple projects.  

    Toronto, Ontario CA

  • Manager - Mechanical Electrical/Plumbing

    Responsible for preconstruction, engineering and field installation of all MEP systems for the business unit or region. Reports to: Operations Manager or Senior Operations Manager  

    Toronto, Ontario CA

  • Project Manager - SPD

    Overall day-to-day project responsibility, including operations, budget, client relations, safety and staffing. Reports to: SPD/Interiors Senior Project Manager or SPD/Interiors Operations Manager

    Toronto, Ontario CA

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