Turner Industries employees recognized for their ongoing workforce development efforts
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Turner Industries employees recognized for their ongoing workforce development efforts

Two Turner Industries employees were recently recognized individually by industry partners for their ongoing workforce development efforts.

Pasadena, Texas’ Independent School District’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) team made a surprise visit to our Pasadena office. They were there to honor Workforce Development Manager Carla Thompson with the Career and Technical Association of Texas’ “Champion for CTE Award.” The award, normally given out during the annual conference for Career and Technical Association of Texas, will be announced online during their virtual conference in July. 

In Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Director of Workforce Development Raymond Neck has been honored with the Beam Club Level Award from Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Pelican Chapter for sponsoring five new members. “Members like Ray Neck truly exemplify what is means to be ‘merit shop proud’,” said David Helveston, President and CEO of ABC Pelican. “It’s an honor to contribute to such a great organization. ABC Pelican Chapter is an example for all other chapters and makes it enjoyable for its members to participate,” said Raymond Neck.

Providing ‘One Solution for Your Success’ turnkey services and documented cost-savings in industrial construction, maintenance, turnarounds, fabrication, equipment and related specialty services, Engineering News-Record ranks Turner Industries as one of the top contractors in the nation and #1 in maintenance in petroleum. The company has for the past two consecutive years been ranked the #1 Top Performer in the U.S. by Associated Builders and Contractors. Turner Industries is headquartered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and has facilities throughout the United States.