Turner Construction Company Salaries in Boston, MA

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Turner Construction Company Average Salaries in Boston, MA

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$76,258
$60K$95K

$60,530
$48K$74K

$63,228
$48K$84K

United States (change)

$56,954
$43K$77K

Cost Engineer
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$64,749
$46K$90K

$113,569
$85K$150K

$60,252
$45K$77K

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  • Currency: USD
  • Updated: 19 Jan 2019
  • Individuals Reporting: 12
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How much does Turner Construction Company pay in Boston, MA?

Salaries at Turner Construction Company range from an average of $53,352 to $120,000 a year. Turner Construction Company employees with the job title Project Superintendent make the most with an average annual salary of $120,000, while employees with the title Project Accountant make the least with an average annual salary of $53,352.

About Boston, Massachusetts

The average salary in Boston, Massachusetts is $70,997. Trends in wages are growing with a 1.2 percent increase over last quarter as of Q4 2018. The cost of living is 47.9 percent above the national average in Boston. The most popular occupations in Boston are Operations Manager, Software Engineer, and Senior Software Engineer which pay between $72,059 and $113,875 annually. Some popular Boston industries include Software as a Service (SaaS) Development, Financial Services, and Education. Some popular Boston employers include Harvard University, Children's Hospital, Boston, and Liberty Mutual Insurance Group.

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Q: What is it like working at Turner Construction Company?

Assistant Construction Superintendent in Boston:
"Very rewarding. We work on interesting products that provide opportunity to learn complex delivery of unique products for a multitude of different types of clients."
Pros: I enjoy the team environment and working with expert tradespeople. I enjoy energizing the trades in the field and using a proactive approach in order to get the job done correctly, the first time around.
Cons: Micro management. Perception of my work ethic generated by my peers and back up to management. It is difficult to work with 25+ people everyday and trust that everyone is pulling their salary worth. Sometimes the environment gets to be gang mentality and produces a negative environment. This slows down team synergy and takes away focus of the tasks at hand. This becomes especially apparent when the project enters into its critical path and seeking certificate of occupancy, etc.

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