Structure Tone Southwest was the general contractor for the Houston office relocation of Vitol, one of the world’s largest independent energy trading companies.
Structure Tone Southwest was selected to be the design/build contractor for the renovation of the 210,000sf Phillips 66 new corporate headquarters. Our firm was responsible for the demolition and reconstruction in the occupied building on five of the nine floors with only one freight elevator.
Structure Tone Southwest managed the build-out of 332,000sf office interiors for Foster Wheelers' new corporate headquarters, while the base building was under construction.
Structure Tone Southwest provided preconstruction and construction services for a consulting firm, encompassing 7,900sf of existing and another 6,800sf of new office space. Both spaces were demolished and rebuilt using designs by Ziegler Cooper.
Structure Tone Southwest managed construction of a new broadcast studio and production facility, as well as office support space, for Comcast SportsNet.
Smith, Murdaugh, Little & Bonham is a boutique law firm, founded in 1947, concentrating in the areas of public law and finance. Structure Tone Southwest served as the construction manager for the 10,500sf legal offices.
The Houston office relocation allowed Accenture to shed approximately 40,000sf of space while increasing efficiency, productivity and service to their clients. This Class A office space became the pilot project for Accenture’s Workplace 2.0 strategy to create a new type of office environment elegantly tailored to meet the needs of its mobile workers.
Structure Tone Southwest managed the construction of a new 45,000sf Class A office space for Environmental Resources Management (ERM) on the fifth and sixth floors, incorporating interior offices, conference rooms and work stations with high-end finishes.