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Associated Builders & Contractors of Greater Houston
Diamond STEP Award (Safety)
2020, 2021, 2022
BP North America
Excellence on the Westlake Campus
2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019, 2020
13430 Northwest Freeway, Suite 500
Houston, Texas 77040
Since then, we have developed and fostered excellent relationships with subcontractors, and through active outreach and community service we have integrated ourselves into the fabric of the local community. In 1990 Turner established a partnership with the City of Houston’s Office of Business Opportunity to host the annual Turner School of Construction Management.
Recognized as industry leaders, our team is committed to providing our clients with solutions delivered through service, collaboration, and technology. To serve our clients in Houston, wer combine resources, best practices, and the expertise of our personnel in our regional offices with Turner’s global resources. The Houston office boasts a dedicated MEP Preconstruction group with discipline-specific specialists that provide constructability, value management, and life-cycle analysis while serving as trusted advisors to our clients.
Since our beginnings, Turner has worked on some of our city's most prominent landmarks including three of Houston's largest multi-tenant office buildings. We continue to work with many important public and private sector clients across the region including the University of Houston, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Texas Southern University, and Houston ISD.
Our Houston leadership team is committed to providing operational excellence to our clients while also strengthening the local community. As active members of various industry organizations promoting the advancement of MWBE firms and workforce development, our local leadership works tirelessly to not only earn the respect of trusted clients but to strengthen our relationships with local trader partners.
Every year, members of our Houston team meet with groups of students at Prairie View A&M and Texas Southern, both historically Black institutions, to connect with students, polish resumes, conduct mock interviews, and talk candidly about working in the world of architecture, engineering and construction—a world that has changed significantly and for the better in the last decade, but still has work to do, according to Andrew Reno, our local manager of Community and Citizenship.