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11413 Isaac Newton Square South
Reston, Virginia 20190
Since opening our doors in Virginia in 1975, we have continued to cultivate meaningful relationships with subcontractors, vendors, and suppliers including minority and woman-owned business enterprises (MWBE) throughout the region.
We are leaders in innovation and sustainability pioneering transformative advancements that will help to shape the future of the industry. While valuing continuous learning, connections with our communities, and collaborative environments, we are taking deliberate actions toward creating more diverse, inclusive, and equitable workplaces.
To best serve our clients, we combine our local resources, best practices, and the expertise of personnel in our regional offices backed with the strength of Turner’s global resources.
This integrated approach enables us to provide the best possible service in market segments such as commercial, government, education, healthcare, high-rise, and interiors throughout the region.
Our portfolio includes projects from less than one million dollars to several hundred million dollars, delivered to a multitude of clients who value our input and collaboration as well as our experience with balancing program, budget, time, and aesthetics on some of the most challenging, sophisticated, and iconic projects in the region.
With a vision of delivering consistent excellence to the marketplace, our goal is to approach every project with teamwork, integrity, and commitment.
Our corporate values of teamwork, integrity, and commitment are naturally ingrained within our workplace culture and our leadership team. Together, we maintain a commitment to active caring while sustaining the right environment within our workplace and on all of our projects.
Embry Rucker Community Shelter is a sister group of the non-profit Cornerstones, offering 70+ beds and shelter, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for individuals and families struggling with homelessness and independence. Since 1970, this group has provided significant human services and advocacy and maintains a safe and healthy environment for people transitioning back into society.