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3737 Executive Center Drive, #100
Austin, Texas 78731
Turner’s first project in Austin, the First City Centre, a 20-story, 400,000-square-foot downtown office building, was completed in 1983. Since that time, the firm has held a steady presence in the area working on specific project opportunities brought to us by our respected national clients, including HPE, Deloitte, DELL, University of Texas, Intel, Nintendo, Cisco, and Qualcomm, to name a few. This repeat business allowed the firm to expand into Austin on a full-time basis in 2010, focusing on both public and private markets and driving success for our trusted clients.
Turner is known and respected in the Austin marketplace and has collaborated with our clients, the AEC community, and our trade partners to successfully deliver numerous major projects over the years.
The Austin office boasts a preconstruction team that provides valuable insight through specialized discipline knowledge — offering constructability analysis, target budget management, comprehensive scheduling processes, and life cycle cost analyses for projects large or small; helping you achieve success without compromise.
Our teams are highly respected for their award-winning expertise, delivering excellence across an expansive range of project sizes and market segments. From smaller interior renovations to mega-projects - we've got it covered with the highest quality outcomes that exceed our client’s goals. Our mission is to work alongside our clients and project stakeholders as collaborative partners committed to helping bring their vision to fruition.
We strive for award-winning expertise and excellence in delivering projects of any size and market segment. We collaborate with clients and stakeholders to exceed their goals and bring their vision to life. Our teams are respected for their quality outcomes, from small renovations to mega-projects.
Our team in Austin looks forward to Construction Inclusion Week all year, gearing up for five days of jobsite and office gatherings and events designed to promote awareness, engagement, and solidarity around big topics that matter—everything from unconscious bias in the workplace to recruitment and mentorship to supplier diversity to navigating a multi-generation workforce.