Inova Heart and Vascular Institute, Fairfax, Va. Photo by Fine Arts Photography
Established: 1902

Staff: 5,000+

Locations: 45 U.S. Offices

Healthcare Markets: Acute Care, Ambulatory Care, Behavioral/Mental Health, Education/Research, Long-Term Care, Sports Medicine, Tertiary Care

Services: Construction, Consulting, Equipment Planning and Procurement, Facilities Management, Green/Sustainable Design

Three Projects of Note:

UCLA Medical Center [Los Angeles, CA] April 2007

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Research Building [New York, NY] September 2006

Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital [West Bloomfield, MI] July 2010

Contact Information:

John Zaring

5300 Virginia Way

Brentwood, TN 37027

Ph. (615) 324-3884 Fax: (615) 324-3899

E-mail: jzaring@tcco.com

Web: http://www.turnerconstruction.com/healthcare

Turner Construction Company is the nation's leading builder of healthcare facilities. Founded in 1902, the company maintains a network of 45 offices across the country, allowing it to compete locally in major cities and surrounding areas. Delivering more than 100 healthcare projects annually, Turner has the skills and experience necessary for not only meeting, but also exceeding clients' expectations. In addition to a broad range of preconstruction and construction services, Turner offers many “value-added” services to clients, including at-risk medical equipment planning and procurement, 4-D modeling technology, a contractor-controlled insurance program, and facilities management.

What do you think is a pressing issue/controversy today with healthcare design?

The challenge of escalating costs is causing many projects to be put on hold, making it more difficult for the entire program to get developed.