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News » International » Turner team completes Kazakhstan towers » published 14 Jun 2017

Turner team completes Kazakhstan towers

Work is now complete on a US$430m hotel, office and apartment development in Astana, Kazakhstan.

The Talan Towers Above: The Talan Towers

Turner Construction provided construction project management services for Verny Capital’s Talan Towers scheme, which was designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.

The mixed-use development is composed of a 30-storey office tower and a 25-storey residential and hotel tower - The Ritz-Carlton, Astana hotel and Ritz-Carlton Residences apartments - linked by a three-story podium containing luxury retail outlets. The project is seeking LEED certification.

The most complicated part of the project – the hotel and Ritz-Carlton Residences - celebrated its own grand opening earlier this month with a high-profile event.

“We are extremely excited to make our contribution to the Kazakhstan Market, particularly on such a prestigious development,” said Abrar Sheriff, president and chief executive officer of Turner International. “We offer thanks and congratulations to our partner, Verny Capital, and we look forward to many more opportunities to build buildings and cultivate local construction talent in Kazakhstan and throughout the region.”

 

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This article was published on 14 Jun 2017 (last updated on 14 Jun 2017).

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