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Conversations Around the Corner: Podcast Featuring Structure Tone’s Executive Chairman Jim Donaghy Is Live! - Structure Tone
Structure Tone is a global leader in construction management and general contracting services with offices located in the US, UK, and Ireland. Founded in 1971, the company is among the world’s top twenty construction companies worldwide, responsible for more than $3.5B in annual construction volume.
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Conversations Around the Corner: Podcast Featuring Structure Tone’s Executive Chairman Jim Donaghy Is Live!

Jim Donaghy, Executive Chairman of Structure Tone, is the latest guest on industry podcast “Conversations Around the Corner.” Aimed at inspiring the next generation of construction leaders, this podcast talks with top construction executives each month to discuss their backgrounds and careers, and the experiences that have shaped them into the leaders they are today.

From laborer to executive chairman of STO, Jim’s career in the construction industry is riddled with fascinating experiences. Packed with stories from the time he spent working through the ranks, this episode offers a glimpse of what it was like to learn Structure Tone’s business from the ground up—and from a very young age. He describes the beginning of his career as “learning by fire,” as he remembers his most challenging projects and his most influential mentors. He even talks about his decision to go back to school in his 40s and explains a few of the lessons that continue to inform his business decisions today.

With a good balance of “construction talk” and personal anecdotes, this episode of Conversations Around the Corner gives us some valuable insight into Jim’s life, his leadership style and his vision for the future of Structure Tone.

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