Turner Construction Company has put the final beams in place to "top out" Buildings 2 and 3 of the $216 million nuclear engineering campus for Westinghouse Electric Company. Turner hosted a fundraiser for a local food bank and the Butler County Veteran's Administration Hospital to celebrate the project milestone (see also Turner Construction Company).
Turner is serving as the general contractor for the three-building campus. The project will seek a LEED Certification from the United States Green Building Council and is scheduled for construction completion in the second quarter of 2010. Turner was selected by Wells REIT II - Cranberry Woods Development, Inc., Trammell Crow Development and Westinghouse Electric Company, to build the three Class A office buildings containing 844,595 sq. ft. on the 83 acre site in Cranberry Township, Pa.
"Turner is proud to have reached this significant project milestone for the new Westinghouse Electric Company headquarters campus," said Joe Milicia, Vice President and General Manager of Turner's Pittsburgh office. The jobsite staff hosted a fundraiser to celebrate the project milestone for a local food bank and the Butler County Veteran's Administration Hospital.
This article was prepared by Health Business Week editors from staff and other reports. Copyright 2009, Health Business Week via NewsRx.com.