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IWBI ANNOUNCES FIRST WELL CERTIFIED™ PROJECT IN NYC

March 28th, 2017

Structure Tone’s new office in Manhattan achieves WELL Certification at the Silver Level; Marks first WELL Certified™ Project in New York.

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Should We Stay Or Should We Go? What It Means to Restack

March 28th, 2017

When a company’s office lease is coming to an end, it’s time to answer a tricky question: should we re-up and stay, or should we go? Both will inevitably involve some disruption and, likely, some costs, particularly if staying means making some improvements.

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DINING IN STYLE: Q&A With Chef Stephan Pyles

March 28th, 2017

As a world-class chef and the founder of 20 restaurants over the past 30 years, Texas native Stephan Pyles knows what it takes to make dining a true experience.

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Structure Tone Southwest Earns National Excellence In Construction Award

March 15th, 2017

Structure Tone Southwest’s work on Vitol’s new Houston headquarters has earned the company a National Excellence in Construction® Pyramid Award from Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) in the “Commercial” project category.

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COMPLIANCE CORNER: Going Beyond The Rules

March 6th, 2017

By Brian Fields, chief ethics and compliance officer, Structure Tone How often do you follow certain rules only because “those are the rules”? Chances are, it is simply because actually understanding these rules is more of a hassle. Following these rules is a formality that must be completed before moving on to the business at hand.

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(Re)positioning For Success On Park avenue

March 1st, 2017

The office market has heated up across Manhattan, making competition to draw tenants stiff. So, when the owners of 237 Park Avenue purchased the 100-year-old building, they knew they needed to make some major changes to reposition the space and restore some of its luster.

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Remaking History: American Bible Society

February 14th, 2017

American Bible Society is nearly as old as America itself. Established in 1816, the organization has been working to make the Bible available to everyone, everywhere, no matter the language they speak.

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Working WELL In NYC

February 13th, 2017

We did it! This week, our New York office was officially certified as a “WELL building” by the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) and Delos, marking our office as the FIRST building in NYC to achieve WELL. Jim Donaghy, Rob Leon and Jennifer Taranto accepted the certification plaque during an IWBI event, sharing the stage with Dr.

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A Culture Of Excellence, On-Field And Off

February 3rd, 2017

Since 1848, the students at Sacred Heart Greenwich in Connecticut have committed themselves to a history of excellence, as students and community leaders. That commitment extends to athletics, too, where an age-appropriate approach to wellness and fitness carries on from kindergarten well into high school.

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Contemporary Spaces: Planning Makes Perfect

January 4th, 2017

Three-and-a-half months. That’s how quickly financial services firm Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. needed to fit out and move into its new office in an existing high-rise in Jersey City, New Jersey.

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The Need For Speed

December 16th, 2016

In the fast-paced world of data, speed matters. Data center developers like CyrusOne are making speed-to-market a hallmark of their business, and efficient construction can make all the difference. ^ Above: Data center design may look simple, but a complicated network of infrastructure and equipment lies beneath the surface.

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The Future Of Office Design: What’s Next?

December 8th, 2016

In the competitive financial industry, attracting and retaining talented employees is a constant effort. For asset management firm Carlson Capital, the look, feel and efficiency of the work environment are critical to setting a high bar and keeping team members happy and engaged.

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John Hickey Joins Structure Tone In Boston

December 7th, 2016

John Hickey, LEED® AP, has joined Structure Tone’s Boston office as vice president of sector development. A veteran in the construction industry, John brings over 25 years of experience with some of Boston’s most well-respected construction management firms.

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Safety Corner: Cracking Down On Crane Safety

December 5th, 2016

Crane accidents have been in the news often over the last few years, and some cities are responding with increased regulations and oversight on operators.

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David Ladewig joins Structure Tone Southwest in Houston

December 1st, 2016

David Ladewig has joined our Structure Tone Southwest Houston team as the director of business development. David comes to STSW after serving as the business development manager for Balfour Beatty Construction.

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Small Spaces, Big Challenges

November 29th, 2016

If “isotope geochemistry” sounds complicated, that’s because it is—which means its researchers and students have very specific needs when it comes to a laboratory space. At Boston College, the Earth & Environmental Sciences Department wanted a new lab to house this kind of geochemistry work, including what’s called a “TIMS” instrument, or Thermal Ionization Mass Spectrometry unit.

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Trading Spaces: A New Look for a Houston Energy Giant

November 28th, 2016

As one of the world’s largest independent energy trading companies, Vitol needed its Houston, Texas office to reflect that impressive reputation. With its one-of-a-kind artwork and design features, its new space delivers. But creating such a special space meant taking some special measures, says Structure Tone Southwest project manager, Neel Watts.

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In Memoriam: Jim Hurley, President, Pavarini

November 21st, 2016

Dear friends and colleagues, We have some sad news to share. Our colleague and friend, Jim Hurley, President of Pavarini Northeast Construction, passed away on November 11. He left behind his wife, Joann; children, James and Jennifer; grandchildren, McKenzie, Madison, James and Sean; and the Structure Tone family.

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Structure Tone Southwest earns three industry awards

November 17th, 2016

Our Structure Tone Southwest team was recently honored with three awards for local projects and for the company’s commitment to safety.

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New Director of Operations for our Austin Office

November 15th, 2016

Matt Mazurek named director of operations for Structure Tone Southwest’s Austin, TX office Matt Mazurek was recently named the director of operations for Structure Tone Southwest’s growing office in Austin, Texas. A graduate of Texas State University and a central Texas native, Matt returns to Austin after spending eight years in STSW’s Oklahoma division.

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