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Structure Tone LF Driscoll Philadelphia, PA
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Improving and supporting our communities is an integral part of LF Driscoll. Recent initiatives include:


June 5 Memorial Park

Our firm donated construction management services to the development of the 5,000sf June 5 Memorial Park. The Salvation Army donated the land for this park at 22nd and Market Street in Philadelphia, to honor the memory of those individuals lost and injured when an adjacent building collapsed onto a Salvation Army Thrift Store in June 2013. In June 2014 Philadelphia’s Mayor Nutter dedicated the site as a memorial park. Artist Barb Fox was chosen to lead a team of pro bono design professionals to execute her vision of a memorial titled, “Witness.” In June 2015, the design was granted final approval. The park is scheduled to be built on the third anniversary of the collapse.

American Heart Association

In November 2015, more than 150 people—and several four-legged friends—walked with Team LF Driscoll in the Philadelphia Heart Walk, raising $24,294 for the American Heart Association. This was the second year LF Driscoll participated in the walk.

Ride to Conquer Cancer

In October 2014, cyclists for Structure Tone and LF Driscoll rode 150 miles in the Ride to Conquer Cancer, a campaign to raise cancer awareness and support Penn Medicine’s Abramson Cancer Center, a world leader in providing state-of-the-art cancer care through the latest forms of cancer prevention, diagnosis, and treatment. Along with the riders, over 30 volunteers from our organization dedicated their time to support their teams and the other riders as they made this grueling trek.

Clyde F. Barker Penn Transplant House

LF Driscoll supplied construction management resources for the Clyde F. Barker Penn Transplant House, a guest house for transplant patients, families and caregivers. Built on the site of demolished fraternities at 40th and Spruce Streets in Philadelphia, the house was designed by star architect Rafael Viñoly and seamlessly integrates within the surrounding three-four story residential neighborhood. Contractors and workers donated time and materials and the university donated the land. The all-volunteer project also included donations from unions and architects.

The Sayre Health Center

The Sayre Health Center is a $1.2 million project fueled primarily by volunteer work. LF Driscoll donated construction management services, with time, labor, and materials donated by Burt Hill architects and about 30 area subcontractors and vendors. Located inside Sayre High School, the center provides 40 hours a week of clinical and preventative health care services for Sayre students, their families, and the West Philadelphia Community. LFD Project managers living in the Sayre community played vital roles in the project.

Puentes de Salud (Bridges to Health)

LF Driscoll provided support to Puentes de Salud, spanish for “Bridges To Health,” a non-profit organization operating a health clinic in south Philadelphia. Established in 2006, the mission of Puentes de Salud is to bring low-cost, high-quality healthcare and social services to South Philadelphia’s growing Latino population. Puentes de Salud also provides community members with access to health education programs, while addressing social factors that influence community health.

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