We are recognised as the go-to contractor for complex and technically challenging projects over 250,000sf, having recently completed J.P. Morgan’s UK headquarters (450,000sf), The Shard CAT A (300,000sf), Sea Containers House (270,000sf) and Omnicom (350,000sf).
Although we are experienced in delivering high-end projects valued at up to £75 million, our core business derives from contracts of less than £1 million for clients who are renovating or expanding their facilities.
We deliver unmatched client service, quality and value to build long-term client partnerships. Our average customer satisfaction score is 88 percent, and more than 70 percent of our business stems from our existing clients.
We’re particularly proud here in the UK of supporting Structure Tone’s global relationships, comprising some of the world’s leading companies. In 2015 alone, Structure Tone UK managed more than 50 projects covering two million sf of completed work.
We deliver projects for world-class companies in financial services, TMT (technology, media and telecommunications), developers, professional services, non-profit and the public sector. Recent projects include J.P. Morgan (interiors and refurbishment), Ogilvy & Mather (interiors and refurbishment), Omnicom, McGraw-Hill, OMERS, The Shard, Edelman, MFS Investment Management, TripAdvisor, Bird & Bird LLP, Latham & Watkins LLP and Amazon.
We manage structural refurbishment projects, including those in occupied buildings for clients such as Brookfield, J.P. Morgan, Rowan Asset Management, Royal Courts of Justice, Royal College of General Practitioners and Youthscape.
We support the needs of owner-occupied and co-location data centres. We have completed a large number of new build facilities, DC expansions and engineering infrastructure upgrades for clients which include; Thomson Reuters, Digital Realty, Volta Data Centres, Cisco Systems and Interxion, together with a host of confidential projects for blue chip and financial sector clients.
In 2011, Structure Tone began testing and tailoring the use of 3D animation and visualisation on selected projects, utilising 3D Studio Max, Revit and Navisworks software.
Whilst no time scales for private-sector adoption have been set, throughout 2015 we have recognised that the benefits of BIM apply to both public and private-sector projects. We have found that combining two disciplines into one department, in-house, ensures that accuracy and interoperability through virtual construction is seamless and consistent throughout the life of the project. It is our quest to implement the powerful benefits of BIM and animation on all of our projects.
Today, our in-house team regularly employs 3D scanning/modeling and clash detection, build ability analysis and construction sequencing through animation and 3D printing, visualisation and augmented reality to demonstrate our understanding of the design intent, and take-off estimates and asset management.