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Project overview

Business Unit(s)

New York

Year Completed



The Hearst Corporation

Client Industry


Scope of Work

New Construction, Restoration


650,000 sq. ft., 46-Stories


Foster + Partners (New York, NY)


Risk Management

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The Hearst Corporation, Hearst Tower

Turner provided construction services for the Hearst Corporation's 46-Story glass and steel commercial office building. The 858,000 sq. ft. building was built within and above the original six-story Hearst building, completed in 1928. The landmark façade was restored and integrated into the tower, designed by Foster + Partners. The structural 598-foot tall frame is enclosed with a panelized glass curtain wall system with stainless steel diagrid cladding. The triangulated steel frame uses 21% less steel, saving 2,000 tons of steel. Hearst Tower is the first commercial building in the United States to receive the Green Building tax credit and is also registered as a New York State Energy Research and Development Authority. The project achieved the US Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design LEED Gold Designation.

Mei Foo Sun Chuen

Mei Foo Sun Chuen

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