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Turner is a North America-based, international construction services company and is a leading builder in diverse and numerous market segments. The company has earned recognition for undertaking large, complex projects, fostering innovation, embracing emerging technologies, and making a difference for their clients, employees and community.

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253 Summer Street
- May 28, 2020

$1.185M Permit Pulled for Renovations to Fort Point Office Turner Construction has pulled a permit valued at $1,185,000 for renovations to around 6,800 square feet on the 3rd floor of 253 Summer St. in Fort Point. The project will include two conference rooms an open office area and a renovated kitchen. Construction will consist of MEP renovations, new partitions,  flooring ceiling, and furniture.


Seaport Square Block L4
- May 26, 2020

Work Underway for Concrete Core at Seaport Square Block L4 With construction back underway in Boston, crews continued work on the concrete core at Seaport Square Block L4, the future home to Amazon. The upcoming 17-story building will feature 81,000 square feet of retail space on the first two levels accompanied by 444,000 square feet of office space on the upper levels. Around 2,000 Amazon employees are expected to work within the building in fields including machine learning, speech science, cloud computing, and robotics engineering. Photo: Fenagh Engineering & Testing


Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center New Inpatient Building
- May 22, 2020

$11.7M Electrical & Fire Alarm Permits Pulled for BIDMC Sullivan & McLaughlin has pulled a series of permits valued at $11.7M for the electrical and fire alarm install at Beth Israel's New Inpatient Building. The upcoming 10-story building will be "wired for the future" to accommodate sophisticated technology, advanced treatments, and team-based care. The building will include 158 single-bedded, family-friendly patient rooms; leading-edge surgical and diagnostic suites; a medical helicopter landing pad; and a rooftop green space and healing garden. 


Volpe Center Parcel Redevelopment
- Apr 28, 2020

Site & Foundation Work Continue For New Volpe Transportation Systems Center With a limited crew on-site, foundation work is ongoing for the new Volpe Transportation Systems Center in Kendall Square.  The upcoming 400,000 square foot office building will consolidate six existing buildings and surface parking lots into one sustainable structure.  MIT will pay $750 million to construct the new facility on approximately 4 acres of the site. In return, the remaining 10 acres no longer in use by the federal government will be transferred to MIT for further development to include housing, commercial and lab space, retail, and open space. The new Volpe Center is expected to open in December 2022.


Harvard University Science and Engineering Complex
- Apr 13, 2020

Harvard Pushes Back Opening of Science & Engineering Complex to Spring 2021 Originally expected to open this fall, Harvard has now announced the new Science and Engineering Complex will now open in the spring semester of 2021. Dean Frank Doyle of the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences said in a statement, “due to the temporary suspension of construction work by the city of Boston, and our collective response to the coronavirus public health emergency, the SEC will not be ready in time for a summertime move-in and fall opening as previously planned. The good news is that, following a nearly five-year construction process, once construction fully resumes the SEC will be just weeks away from being ready for occupancy.” When complete the $1B project will be the new hub of learning for over 1,800 science and engineering students, researchers, and faculty and will serve as a new iconic gateway to Harvard’s growing Allston campus.  


Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center New Inpatient Building
- Apr 11, 2020

$272M Building Permit Pulled for BIDMC New Inpatient Building Turner Construction has pulled a building permit valued at $272,083,952 for the new Inpatient building at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. The project, which officially broke ground last June, will feature around 325,000 square feet of space to house a range of clinical inpatient beds, operating and procedure rooms as well as a range of support services. The 10-story building will also include a new rooftop helicopter pad.


100 Federal Street
- Mar 30, 2020

$3.5M Permit Pulled for Renovations to BOA Office at 100 Federal A permit valued at $3.5M has been pulled for renovations to the Bank of America on the 5th floor of 100 Federal Street. The permit calls for updated electrical, fire alarm, sprinklers, and plumbing. The project would also include new finishes throughout the space.


Seaport Square Block L4
- Feb 25, 2020

Foundation & Garage Construction Continues on Seaport Square Block L4 Work continues on the foundation and underground garage for Seaport Square Block L4. The 17-story office building is expected to open in 2021. When completed, the tower will be Amazon's Seaport office and will house around 2,000 employees.


10 Fan Pier Boulevard
- Feb 25, 2020

Core Construction Continues for 10 Fan Pier Boulevard The final stages of core construction are underway for the 17-story office building at 10 Fan Pier Boulevard as the top part of the building continues to be structured. When completed the building will be home to Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) and about 1,000 of their employees. 


Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center New Inpatient Building
- Feb 24, 2020

Site Work Ongoing for BIDMC New Inpatient Building After groundbreaking in June of 2019, site work is ongoing for Beth Israel's new inpatient building on Francis Street. The 10-story building will feature 158 single-bedded, family-friendly patient rooms; leading-edge surgical and diagnostic suites; a medical helicopter landing pad; and a rooftop green space and healing garden. The project is expected to be completed in 2022. 


MIT Kendall Square Initiative
- Feb 14, 2020

Cambridge Mobile Telematics Signs Lease for 314 Main Street in Kendall Square Cambridge Mobile Telematics has signed a lease for 25,757 square feet of space on the 12th floor of 314 Main Street. Cambridge Mobile Telematics, a leader in mobile data sensing and smartphone telematics, will join Boeing at the upcoming Kendall Square building. Occupancy is expected in mid-August of this year. 


245 Summer Street
- Feb 10, 2020

$5.3M Permit Pulled for Renovations at 245 Summer St. Turner Construction has pulled a permit valued at $5.34M for renovations to the Fidelity offices at 245 Summer Street. The work will take place on floors, 5, 6, 8, & 9 of the 14 story class A office tower. The project includes minor HVAC work, reworking of the convenience power, plus new flooring, and paint.  


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Logan Airport Terminal B
BOS Terminal C, Boston, MA
Conrad Hotel at CityCenterDC
950 New York Ave NW, Washington, DC
Seaport Square Block L4
Harbor Way, Boston, MA
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center New Inpatient Building
Brookline Avenue at Francis Street, Boston, MA
Tufts University Science and Engineering Complex (SEC)
200 College Avenue, Medford, MA