As an international law firm, Kirkland & Ellis was looking for a sleek and sophisticated new Boston office that would mirror their world-class services. Brought on as their construction management partner, Structure Tone reconfigured Kirkland’s offices from the 20th to the 46th and 47th floors at the iconic John Hancock tower.
WeWork acquired 5 floors of the Iveagh Court Building in Harcourt Road to establish the first of their Dublin serviced offices.
MIT Beaver Works Aero Astro is a joint facility shared between MIT Lincoln Laboratory and MIT School of Engineering. It is open to all MIT students, faculty, and collaborators for science, research and education. Structure Tone worked with MIT to complete renovations at this 10,000sf multi-use space.
Biopharmaceutical start-up Intarcia has been growing swiftly in the last few years as the company works to develop its ground-breaking Medici drug delivery system and medicines for major chronic diseases like diabetes, obesity, auto-immune conditions and HIV prevention.
Boston College’s Earth & Environmental Sciences Department needed a new lab to house its geochemistry work, specifically its isotope geochemistry research. Building a space that properly accommodates such complex scientific pursuits came with some challenges, from fitting together the necessary equipment to ensuring the lab met stringent standards for a controlled environment—all within a very short timeframe.
WeWork has brought an exciting approach to the commercial real estate industry since their inception in 2010. With locations all over the world, WeWork provides shared workspaces that help spark creativity and collaboration for their occupants.
IHI (Institute for Healthcare Improvement) decided to relocate their headquarters, making the jump from Cambridge to Boston’s Financial District. As a leading innovator in worldwide healthcare, they sought to create a space that incorporates their global presence with an enhanced sense of community.
Our team worked diligently together with the college to develop a cost-effective scope that included new flooring, carpet and VCT, paint, lighting, A/V equipment, Tel/Data, life safety equipment, millwork masonry and signage.
Structure Tone completed $20 million of work for this iconic hotel in a whirlwind multi-phased four-month construction schedule to meet the project’s completion date before the annual Boston Marathon.
This 23,000sf project entailed the modernization of Carlson Hall to create a new campus center and a new main dining facility with the goal of enhancing the overall dining experience for students on campus.