Suffolk is a national enterprise that builds, invests, and innovates. We are an end-to-end business that provides value throughout the entire project lifecycle by leveraging our core construction management services with vertical service lines that include real estate capital investment, design, self-perform construction services, technology start-up investment and innovation research/development. Suffolk is a national company with $4.5 billion in annual revenue, 2,400 employees and main offices in Boston (headquarters), New York, Miami, West Palm Beach, Tampa, Estero, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and San Diego. Suffolk serves clients in every major industry sector, including healthcare, science and technology, education, gaming, transportation/aviation, and commercial. We are privately held and led by founder, chairman and CEO John Fish. Suffolk is ranked #23 on the Engineering News Record list of “Top 400 Contractors” and we are a 2020 nationally certified “Great Place to Work” by the Great Place to Work Institute.
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At Suffolk, we’re committed to the holistic integration of sustainable practices within the built environment. Our goal is to partner with our clients, trade partners and others to reimagine the entire building lifecycle and ensure sustainability is incorporated at every stage: from planning, design, and material selection to building operation and energy efficiency after completion. Achieving this ambitious goal requires an all-hands-on-deck approach, consisting of a highly integrative planning and execution process across the entire spectrum of project stakeholders. We see significant opportunity to go beyond simply improving the efficiency and impact of building methods and operations. We want to adapt, innovate, and disrupt the status quo of what is expected throughout the entire building process. In design, sustainability, and programming, the Boston University Center for Computing & Data Sciences marks the future of construction in higher education. The 19-story, 350,000-square-foot structure is the largest fossil-fuel-free building in Boston, achieved LEED Platinum certification, and incorporates several innovative approaches in design and construction to minimize its environmental impact.