Committed to Making a Difference

in Our Communities


Turner entered the India market in 2007 providing international project management services to Hiranandani Palace Gardens, Chennai. Since then, we have worked with major local and international developers, government agencies, private equity funding companies and corporations across market segments – including residential, commercial, retail, aviation, iconic monuments, and interiors. Now, with over 150 staff, Turner manages projects in Delhi, Mumbai and Gujarat regions, offering clients across the country the support, accessibility, and market knowledge of a local firm with the stability and innovative resources of a multi-national organization.


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At the heart of Turner’s identity is a firm commitment to community. This commitment is rooted in the belief that service is an essential part of good corporate citizenship. Turner India engages in community service under the initiative ‘Paint the town blue’, sponsoring and taking part in a wide variety of programs to support education, safety, environment, health & hygiene and social welfare.


Turner has long recognized that it is not only where, or what we build, but how that makes a difference. We are proud of the many outreach and service activities we have completed over more than a decade in the Indian market, and we continue to increase engagement in the communities where we work. Of course part of our contribution is often financial, but we are always most proud to contribute Turner’s most valuable resource: our people.


Our annual Founder’s Day of service is a perfect example. It is a company-wide day of community outreach, when Turner employees across India and the entire organization come together, celebrate the anniversary of our company’s founding, and give back to our communities.


An active and visible community presence reflects our values, and demonstrates to our partners, clients, and of course communities that we care about them. And it inspires our people, who feel good about working for a company that is dedicated not only to building well, but conducting business in an ethical and socially responsible way.


Founder’s Day gives employees a chance to see it’s not all about the work, but it’s about the people who are impacted by our work. We’re not just project management consultants, we are part of a community and working to give back with your fellow team members.


Since 2007, Turner India employees have volunteered more than 3500+ hours and more than 500+ families have been benefitted by Turner’s community outreach programs.


We believe a single, shared day of service helps us maximize the impact that our efforts have in the communities where we build and where we live.