Whiting-Turner takes a special interest in constructing buildings that uphold the principles of environmental responsibility and efficiency. From 30 offices nationwide, Whiting-Turner’s LEED Accredited Professionals work with clients and architects to promote whole-systems thinking aimed at synthesizing desired program, initial budget and life-cycle cost.
Whiting-Turner provides construction management, general contracting and design/build services on projects small and large for a diverse group of customers. Successful markets include office and headquarters, healthcare, senior living, life sciences, microelectronics, retail, higher education, K-12, industrial, warehouse and distribution, transportation, multi-family residential, mixed-use, urban redevelopment, hospitality, entertainment, cultural, religious and public sector.
Since 1909, the firm has been guided by the principles of integrity, excellence and an unwavering dedication to customer delight. With headquarters in Baltimore and 29 regional offices nationwide, Whiting-Turner is consistently ranked among the top domestic general builders by Engineering News Record. Whiting-Turner’s cross-trained professionals provide depth of resources to service nationally and to build locally.
The strength and stability of the firm is well documented. Whiting-Turner enjoys a 5A-1 Dun & Bradstreet rating - the only top 25 ENR domestic builder with this highest rating - and a bonding capacity of $4 billion. The firm is financially independent, having not borrowed money since 1938.