Turner’s roots in Western Pennsylvania date back to 1908 with a contract for work on Forbes Field, which served as the original home of the Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Club and the Pittsburgh Steelers. In 1912 we built the National Biscuit Company’s (NABISCO’s) new plant in East Liberty and over the following decades we built many of the prominent buildings in Pittsburgh, including the 64-story US Steel Tower, which is still the tallest building in the city. Turner opened a full-services Pittsburgh office in 1976 and, since then, we have grown to a staff of 70 who work on projects across Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Turner’s Pittsburgh office works with a diverse mix of public- and private-sector clients and has built or managed the construction of many leading commercial, residential, institutional, industrial, and healthcare facilities. We have cultivated excellent relationships with subcontractors, vendors, suppliers, and minority- and woman-owned business enterprises (M/WBEs) in the region and we offer in-house scheduling and mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) estimating expertise. We are able to achieve great value for our clients with the combination of our national purchasing power and our ability to engage smaller, local firms in the community.
To better serve our clients in the region, we combine resources, best practices, and the expertise of our personnel in our three regional offices: Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Somerset . Our joined forces enable us to provide the best possible service to clients. Our portfolio includes projects from less than one million dollars to several hundred million delivered to clients who value our input and collaboration as well as our experience balancing program, budget, time, and aesthetics on some of the most challenging and sophisticated projects in the region.
Turner’s Pittsburgh office has experience on several green buildings and LEED certified projects and built the first Net-Zero/Living Building project in the region (and one of the first on the planet), Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens Center for Sustainable Landscapes. We are committed to sustainable building practices and we integrate sustainable principles into all of our projects.
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