Here at Turner Industries, we do a lot of things, but all with one purpose – helping our clients become more successful. Read more about who we are, why Turner is a great place to work, hear from our employees, and see what positions we have available.
Why Turner Industries?
Family owned for more than 50 years, we greatly appreciate and value our employees: Without them, we could not be as successful as we are today. We continuously develop our workforce to ensure they have the knowledge and tools needed to succeed. In-depth field training and hands-on project experience are invaluable in allowing employees to develop their unique skills and provide opportunity for career growth.
Our Employees - What Makes Turner Great
What does Turner Industries do?
Turner Industries is ranked the largest overall contractor in Louisiana and Texas*, and the number one industrial maintenance contractor in the country**. We offer turnkey solutions in heavy industrial construction, maintenance and turnarounds, fabrication, equipment, rigging, heavy hauling, and associated specialty services. Our workforce in 2011 numbered more than 29,000 employees and we work at sites throughout the country. Our regional offices, fabrication facilities and numerous specialty service and equipment facilities are located across the Gulf South. As an employee there are numerous opportunities for professional growth and personal achievement.
*Engineering News-Record-Texas & Louisiana, Top Contractors 2011
**Engineering News-Record, Top 400 Contractors 2011
Advancing Your Turner Industries Career - Craft Training
Turner Industries is committed to helping our workforce
reach their career objectives. For employees wishing to advance their career
with Turner, there are multiple training opportunities available. Turner has a long-standing relationship with
the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) and National Center for
Construction Education and Research (NCCER). If you are interested in
furthering your career, ask your supervisor about training opportunities, or
contact your local personnel office to ask about ABC training
and NCCER certifications.
Click here for a phone listing of personnel offices and local ABC chapters