Macy’s Herald Square, New York, NY
Best Store Designs of the Year: Portfolio Awards
Structure Tone served as construction manager for the 190,000sf complete renovation of Macy’s Herald Square flagship store, including new retail space, the ‘great hall’—the cosmetic, fragrance, fine jewelry, handbag and watch section of the main floor—the mezzanine areas and a complete infrastructure upgrade.
Columbia University’s LEED® Gold-Level Campbell Sports Center, New York, NY
Platinum Award for Building/Technology Systems: American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of New York
Columbia University’s new LEED® Gold certified Campbell Sports Center project received a Platinum Award for Building/Technology Systems. Building information modeling (BIM) was utilized for clash detection and coordination, the first significant project undertaken by the University utilizing this technology, which will ultimately be used to manage and maintain the facility. The building is energy efficient and sensitive to the natural resources it uses. It features a 120-person auditorium, strength and conditioning center, team rooms, coaches’ offices, meeting and conference rooms, student-athlete lounge area and study area.
University of Hawaii Cancer Center, Honolulu, HI
Mayor’s Choice and Jack C. Lipman, AIA, Members’ Choice Awards: American Institute of Architects (AIA)–Honolulu Chapter
University of Hawaii Cancer Center, a 150,000sf, two-building complex located in Honolulu, HI, received two awards from the 2014 AIA Design Awards: the Mayor’s Choice and Jack C. Lipman AIA Members’ Choice Awards. The Mayor’s Choice Award was to “validate the importance of good design in shaping our city and local communities” and the AIA Members’ Choice Award was for “having achieved an outstanding level of design-appropriate to the climate and culture of Hawaii”. LF Driscoll served as preconstruction and construction manager of this project, in partnership with Albert C. Kobayashi, Inc.
Temple University’s Mitchell and Hilarie Morgan Hall, Philadelphia, PA
Award for Design Excellence: American Institute of Architects (AIA), Philadelphia Chapter
Built by LF Driscoll, Temple University’s Mitchell and Hilarie Morgan Hall received the 2014 AIA Design for Excellence Award. The 27-story and 10-story LEED® Silver certified dormitories replace the now-demolished University Services Building and provide 1,250 additional beds for students.
Best Industrial/Institutional Project Over $10 Million: General Building Contractors Association (GBCA)
Built by LF Driscoll, Temple University’s Mitchell and Hilarie Morgan Hall received the Best Industrial/Institutional Project Over $10 Million from the General Building Contractors Association (GBCA). The 27-story and 10-story LEED® Silver certified dormitories replace the now-demolished University Services Building and provide 1,250 additional beds for students.
NBTY’s “Gummy” Vitamins and Nutritional Supplements Production Facility, San Antonio, TX
Project of the Year Between $5-$10 Million: American Subcontractors Association (ASA)–San Antonio Chapter
Structure Tone Southwest and a team of talented subcontractors converted the old 100,000sf Justin Candy Factory into NBTY’s “Gummy” Vitamins and Nutritional Supplements Production Facility in two phases. Phase pne had a tight four-month timeframe for the team to demolish the existing manufacturing plant; install process piping, intricate ventilation and MEP services; construct environmental rooms for the curing of the product; install and commission the manufacturing line; and deliver a fully functional facility. During Phase Two, the team expanded the light manufacturing space and built out 25,000sf of office space.
Energy Resource Management, Houston, TX
Merit Award: Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of Greater Houston
Structure Tone Southwest received a Merit Award for the Energy Resource Management project. Our firm served as construction manager for the 45,000sf, two-floor interior renovation project. The layout of the space was an open concept featuring collaborative space throughout. The project is currently pursuing LEED® Certified certification.
600 Steamboat Road, Greenwich, CT
The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY): Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA)–Southern Connecticut Chapter
Pavarini was honored with The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) award from the BOMA (Building Owners and Managers Association) Awards ceremony. The project, 600 Steamboat Road, Greenwich, CT, was recognized for design and construction excellence for commercial buildings.
Xylem Inc., Reckson Executive Park, Rye Brook, NY
Best Tenant Fit-Out Award: Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA)–Southern Connecticut Chapter
Pavarini was honored with the Tenant Fit-Out award from the Best of BOMA (Building Owners and Managers Association) awards ceremony. The relocation of Xylem Inc.’s headquarters, located at Reckson Executive Park, Rye Brook, NY, was recognized for design and construction excellence. The 57,000sf, two-floor project is LEED® Gold certified.
St. Patrick’s Cathedral, New York, NY
Safety Award for Best Practices/Safety Culture: Building Trades Employers’ Association (BTEA)
Structure Tone’s St. Patrick’s Cathedral project team received the 2014 Construction Safety Award for Best Practices/Safety Culture from the Building Trades Employer’s Association’s (BTEA) Safety Report Card and Awards ceremony. The safety award was received for our scaffolding safety and the historic restoration of St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
North American Copper in Architecture Award (NACIA): Copper Development Association (CDA)
The iconic St. Patrick’s Cathedral received the North American Copper in Architecture Award (NACIA) from the Copper Development Association (CDA). The 137-year-old Neo-Gothic style Roman Catholic Cathedral underwent a massive restoration project, which included upgrading the cast bronze double-leaf doors and several copper architectural structures inside the Cathedral.
Digital Realty Trust/ARM Holdings Data Center, TX
Innovation in the Medium-Data Center and The Green Data Center: DataCenterDynamics (DCD) North American Awards
Structure Tone Southwest received two awards for our mission critical work at the 2014 DataCenterDynamics (DCD) North American Data Center Awards. The project team for the Digital Realty Trust/ARM Holdings data center received the Innovation in a Medium Data Center and Green Data Center awards. The design/build data center project achieved a remarkably low PUE and was CEEDA ratified by BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT.
Structure Tone Dublin
Fit-Out Contractor of the Year: Fit-Out Awards
Structure Tone Dublin was honored with the Fit-Out Contractor of the Year award at the 2014 Fit-Out Awards. The award was presented to the contractor who stood out and made positive contributions in the built environment. Structure Tone Dublin specializes in corporate interior fit-out, building refurbishments and mission critical facilities.
Iron Mountain Global Headquarters, Boston, MA
2014 Best Practices: Medium Project Award (50,000-150,000sf): International Facility Management Association (IFMA)–Boston Chapter
Structure Tone Boston implemented “mobile mountaineering,” helping Iron Mountain eliminate some of their real estate needs and realize savings in less-leased space.
Achievement Award for Networking: NEWiRE
Structure Tone Boston and the team of consultants for the relocation of Iron Mountain’s headquarters.
Award of Excellence, Best New Workplace/Large Renovation: CoreNet Global New England Chapter
CoreNet Global New England Chapter honored Structure Tone Boston, construction manager, with the Award of Excellence, Best New Workplace/Large Renovation award for the relocation of Iron Mountain’s global headquarters. The 130,000sf state-of-the-art office features an open, flexible, and efficient floor plan with individual workspaces, fewer offices, better adjacencies, an executive briefing center, and technology-supported conference and collaboration rooms.
Award of Merit: Interiors/Tenant Improvements, Engineering News Record (ENR) New England
Structure Tone Boston, serving as construction manager, and Margulies Perruzzi Architects, serving as project architect, came together to turn Iron Mountain’s vision of a collaborative workspace into a reality. The global headquarters project was honored with the Award of Merit: Interiors/Tenant Improvements award from ENR New England.
Confidential Media Company, Dublin, Ireland
Large Commercial Interior Project Award: Mixology14 Awards
Structure Tone Dublin served as construction manager of the 100,000sf confidential project, a six-story, LEED® Gold-Level office building, on Barrow Street in Dublin, Ireland.
GMMB, Washington, DC
Award of Excellence, Best Interiors Professional Service/Institutional Tenant Space over 25,000sf: NAIOP, Maryland/DC Chapter
Structure Tone Washington served as construction manager for the 55,000sf, two-floor interior renovation project.
Structure Tone Dublin and London
Gold Award: The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA)
Structure Tone London and Dublin for demonstrating well-developed occupational health and safety management systems and culture, and for outstanding control of risk and very low levels of error, harm and loss.
Shell Technology Center, Houston, TX
Partners in Safety: Shell
Shell recognized Structure Tone Southwest Houston for 59,101 man-hours without incident. Dexter Fitzgerald, Senior Superintendent at Structure Tone Southwest, was also recognized for his work at the Shell Technology Center in Houston, TX, as a safety champion.
Structure Tone Southwest Dallas
Construction Safety Excellence Award: TEXO, The Construction Organization
Structure Tone Southwest’s Dallas office was recognized for the management of 250,001–450,000 work-hours without incident.
The Campbell Sports Center, Columbia University, New York, NY
Building of the Year: The Architects Newspaper
Working simultaneously, Structure Tone and Pavarini McGovern built the new, 47,000sf, LEED® Gold-Level project in a busy and densely populated neighborhood.