Tutor Perini Corporation

  • Centro Breaks Ground in Downtown Miami

    Construction has officially begun on Centro, a $90 million, 37-story, 352-unit residential condominium tower in Miami’s central business district.

    Miami 26 December 2013 15:08
  • Third Tower at Marriott’s Grand Chateau Tops Out; Court Approves Harmon Tower Demolition

    One of Las Vegas’ most high-profile luxury developments of the year is undoubtedly Marriott’s Grand Chateau project. The three-tower complex that would offer residents a wide range of amenities and villa-style accommodations has only recently reached an important milestone. The general contractor of the project, the Tutor Perini Building Corporation, has topped-out the third tower of the complex, a mere 13 months after breaking ground at the site. The third tower of Marriot Vacation Club’s ambitious project will complete the overall appeal of the development, complementing the other towers that comprise the Grand Chateau.

    Las Vegas 28 August 2013 21:39

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