Problem solving is an opportunity for us to do our best by finding better ways to approach your unique project. We work as a team to build momentum, we tackle every challenge along the way, and we share a clear vision of our mutual success at the end of the road.
As a solutions provider, we have vast technical expertise across several market verticals. We follow a systematic approach to identify customer challenges, develop innovative solutions, and ensure that they are expertly planned and flawlessly implemented.
We live by a set of Core Values, which defines who we are. We pledge to listen, learn and be helpful to every customer need; to act honorably and always deliver as promised. Our teams are dedicated to technical excellence so that we can work intelligently to find the right solutions for our customer's needs.
If you are looking for a procurement and logistics partner with complex public infrastructure project experience, Turtle & Hughes stands alone. We employ teams of integration specialists and engineers that partner with contractors that are prime to government and agency projects core to infrastructure, transit and transport, water/wastewater, and energy production, resiliency, storage and management. A few examples of our intricate, long-cycle projects include: LaGuardia Airport in New York City, Department of Energy’s new Mixed Oxide (MOX) Fuel Fabrication Facility, and Los Angeles Metro Western Light Rail Expansion. The most defining role in our company’s 96-year history was the construction of the World Trade Tower and Transportation Hub; the most complex public works project in our nation’s history.
Our status as a woman-owned and employee-owned business, our long track record of supplying electrical and industrial products and the strength of our technical services, allows us to meet the unique challenges associated with publicly-funded complex projects. Our core competencies as government construction consultants include Project Management, Engineering Support, On-site Logistics, Material Management Systems, Cable Management, Bulk Materials, Kitting, Material Take-offs, and Remote Project Teams.
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PLUS VALUE ENGINEERING DESIGN AND MORE
A national footprint with strong manufacturer relationships provide a wide selection of high quality products at competitive prices. Our government procurement solutions include on-site materials management, 24-hour emergency service and fast, accurate delivery anywhere your project takes us. This, combined with close to 100 years of servicing project sites and client locations across the U.S., makes us exceptionally qualified to be part of your team.
Our expertise extends beyond product knowledge, local inventory and job site logistics. We work closely with the contractor’s design team, providing value engineering and when necessary, design-build functionality. We can expedite project cycle time by customizing solutions for actual site conditions and project requirements.
Complete project management from Turtle & Hughes can include value-engineering design, pre-bid take-offs, RFP participation, on-site materials management, logistics support and storage, equipment commissioning and installation support, and as-built drawings to expedite project completion.
Our fully integrated team can reduce non-conformance costs, provide alternative design solutions, complete Factory Acceptance Tests and Site Acceptance Tests to improve quality control and shorten project cycles.
PROBLEMS WE SOLVE
Problem solving is an opportunity for us to do our best by finding better ways to approach your unique project. We work as a team to build momentum, we tackle every challenge along the way, and we visualize our combined success at the end of the road. We do this by providing one of the industry's most comprehensive range of services and solutions backed by our in-depth product expertise.
A combination of aging infrastructure, growing demand for energy, and a vulnerability to both physical and cyber-attacks means you can’t always rely on the national grid. That is why developing an alternative energy source is so important for the construction of a new urban village, Hudson Yards, the biggest private development in New York City since Rockefeller Center in the 1930s.
A major northeast utility was experiencing dropped signals throughout its generating stations. Consequently, mobility throughout its plants was problematic, causing inefficient data collection, no real-time analysis or diagnostics, and sporadic on-the-go access to a business/safety system.
Providing cable management services to one of the country’s busiest airports involves close collaboration to navigate the 1,200 daily flights, tight security and off-site storage requirements that are crucial to keep the job on track and the planes flying.