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Vice President, Business Development Manager
Phone: (617) 247-5529
Vice President, Community & Citizenship
Phone: (617) 247-5533
2 Seaport Lane, Suite 200
Boston, Massachusetts 02210
Turner Special Projects is a division of the Boston office of Turner Construction Company. Turner Special Projects assignments are usually fast-track and are managed by staff that specializes in interiors and renovation construction. Our core staff has the crucial experience necessary for these sensitive and intricate projects. We pride ourselves on working with our clients to incorporate tenant fitout into delivering the buildings.
Turner believes that every detail matters when it comes to the safety planning and wellness of those on and around the project site. This is done by managing risk, creating a safe environment, and demonstrating the highest standard of care for one another. Our attention to equity, inclusion, and the wellbeing of our workers, along with encouragement of diversity of companies and workers on our projects has had a direct positive effect on project safety and jobsite culture!
The Turner Boston team is strongly dedicated to fostering an inclusive environment where all people feel respected. Employee Resource Groups cultivate strategies and ideas from a broad range of perspectives that contribute positively to our culture and our business. Teams also strive to create a positive impact on the communities in which we build. We pride ourselves on delivering the most sustainable and highly resilient projects.
Here in Boston, we maintain an active workforce of over 300 carpenters and laborers, which allows us to regularly self-perform many aspects of the work on our projects. In addition, we provide our clients with direct lines into the supply chain through our SourceBlue Group, which helps to instill confidence in equipment and product sourcing, selection, cost, delivery, and installation.
Our leadership has a deep understanding of what it takes to be successful in the Boston area market. Their local area expertise and track record of delivering results go beyond exceeding our client's expectations. They are trusted by the community and are committed to improving the quality of life for the people, clients, and communities we serve.
For eight years, Turner Boston has been working with Wentworth Institute of Technology (WIT) to grow and develop their RAMP Program. RAMP is a six-week summer bridge program designed for first year college students who are residents of Boston. The goal of the program is to familiarize incoming students with project-based college work, and meet classmates from similar backgrounds before they arrive on campus.