Since 1999, Actus Lend Lease, LLC. has offered residential and commercial development and property management services to communities across the globe. The Lendlease company opened in 1958 to support Civil and Civic building contracts with specialized financing. A shift in focus to community support in 1970 opened the doors for the current business model of property and infrastructure development and management.
In addition to Actus Lend Lease, LLC., this company operates under a number of subsidiaries of the Lendlease Group, including Lendlease Investment Management, Lendlease DASCO and Lendlease Project Management & Construction. Beginning in 2011, all companies operating within this group started using the Lendlease unifier. Prior to this change, Lendlease operated under the names of Vivas, Bovis, Delfin, Primelife and Catalyst as well.
This international company regularly completes both public and private community development and management projects. With the establishment of military housing communities across a dozen states, they serve as the largest defense housing developer for the United States government.
- Forts Wainwright/Greely, Alaska
- Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona
- Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico
- Los Angeles Air Force Base, California
- Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado
- Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado
- Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii
- Fort Shafter, Hawaii
- Schofield Barracks, Hawaii
- Fort Knox, Kentucky
- Fort Campbell, Kentucky
- Westover, Massachusetts
- Camp LeJeune, North Carolina
- Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina
- Stewart Air National Guard Base, New York
- Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, South Carolina
- Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina
- Fort Drum, New York
- Fort Hood, Texas
Contact Information For Actus Lend Lease, LLC
200 Park Avenue, 9th Floor
New York, NY 10166
Steve B. McCann, Group Chief Executive Officer and Management Director
Denis Hickey, Chief Executive Officer Americas
Lawsuits, Sanctions and Penalties Against Actus Lend Lease, LLC
In Kira, Inc. v. Actus Lend Lease, LLC., relates to a dispute between subcontractors. This case was settled in 2007 through the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California.nIn 2015, the New York Supreme Court denied the John Banscher’s claims of unsafe working conditions in Banscher v. Actus Lend Lease, LLC.
Related to Actus Lend Lease, a $56.6 million penalty was issued to Lend Lease (US) Construction for mail and wire fraud related to their decade’s long overbilling practices. While operating as Bovis Lend Lease, this company has incurred nine penalties for workplace safety and health violations and wage and hour violations. In 2012, Bovis Lend Lease was issued a $2.5 million penalty for wage and hour violations and overtime violations.