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Detail & Build Division wins UCL Student Union Refurbishment Project

May 29th, 2019

PROJECT WIN: We are delighted to announce that UCL Estates has selected our Detail & Build Division to refurbish their UCLU – Student Union.

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West Coast construction firm BCCI joins the Structure Tone Organization

May 16th, 2019

West Coast construction firm BCCI joins the Structure Tone Organization BCCI is STO’s first US West Coast location New York, NY/San Francisco, CA (May 15, 2019) – Today the Structure Tone Organization (STO) and BCCI Construction Company announced that the California-based commercial construction firm will join the STO family of companies.

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Edward Tyll Joins LF Driscoll Healthcare as NY Healthcare Estimating Manager

May 9th, 2019

New York, NY (May 9, 2019) – Construction veteran Edward Tyll has joined LF Driscoll Healthcare and the Structure Tone organization as Healthcare Estimating Manager. Based in the New York City office, Tyll will help support the company’s continued expansion into New York’s growing healthcare market.

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Brett Skyllingstad Joins Structure Tone Southwest as Business Development Director

May 6th, 2019

DALLAS TX (May 6, 2019) – Data center and construction professional Brett Skyllingstad has joined the construction management firm Structure Tone as Director of Business Development, Technical Services.   Based in the firm’s Dallas office, Skyllingstad will support new and longtime client relationships and help develop growth strategies in the company’s Mission Critical and healthcare sectors.

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New Structure Tone division lands first major contract

April 29th, 2019

First major contract win for new detail and build division launched by Structure Tone London Structure Tone launched its new Detail & Build division last month to offer rapid and agile delivery on Cat A and Cat B fit-out jobs that have been designed to RIBA stages 2-3.

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TILT-UP CONSTRUCTION: Why, Where, How

March 27th, 2019

The construction industry has been evolving faster than ever since the advent of mobile technologies, 3D modeling and other developments. And while these innovations are certainly helping construction firms build smarter and faster, in some instances, a tried-and-true solution is still the best approach.

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Pioneering Infection Control: Prefabricated Infection Control Panels

March 20th, 2019

Containing dirt, dust and bacteria on any interior jobsite is crucial, but when working in an occupied healthcare facility, the stakes are even higher. After years of juggling the tight schedules and stringent protocols of active healthcare facilities, the Structure Tone organization’s healthcare experts set out to find a more efficient way to handle infection control requirements.

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Structure Tone London adds new Detail & Build fit-out division

March 18th, 2019

Richard Howard joins Structure Tone to lead new Detail & Build business Structure Tone London adds new Detail & Build fit-out division Structure Tone London, a leading UK contractor, today announced the launch of their new agile, rapid delivery offering designed to leverage the company’s expertise and capabilities in the Detail & Build approach to construction.

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It’s All About the Plan: Capital One Toronto

March 18th, 2019

For some projects, the challenges that pop up in the field can be the biggest hurdles. For others, the real problem-solving comes before construction begins. When Capital One wanted to consolidate its Toronto offices under one roof, the biggest challenge was time.

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Historic Transformation: Twenty St. James’s Street

March 10th, 2019

London’s St. James’s Street has long been a desirable address, home to aristocrats, dignitaries and cultural institutions for centuries. With its rich history, however, the street’s buildings don’t quite have the same repositioning opportunities as those in other areas of Central London.

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BEHIND THE CURTAIN: Building Villanova’s Performing Arts Center

March 9th, 2019

Villanova University is in the midst of a major capital campaign that will, as the university puts it, “ignite change” on campus. A central focus of the campaign is to redevelop the southern area of campus along Lancaster Avenue.

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PAVING THE WAY: Newark Liberty International Airport

March 6th, 2019

Newark Liberty International Airport is in the midst of a major endeavor. Terminal One, the new terminal under development is, in fact, the largest design-build effort in New Jersey’s history, according to the Port Authority.

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The Importance of Comissioning

March 4th, 2019

comissionIn the world of design and construction, “commissioning” can be a bit nebulous. Some people confuse it with quality assurance or control—and it is partly that. But commissioning is also validating the design to ensure what was built was installed correctly and operates properly. It’s also not the same for every situation.

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UPWARD BOUND: Avolon’s Dublin HQ

February 27th, 2019

While tourism, tech and pharmaceuticals are well-known drivers of the Irish economy, Ireland has steadily become a world leader in perhaps a less familiar sector: aircraft leasing. In fact, it’s estimated that an Irish-leased aircraft takes off from a global runway every two seconds.   One of the firms leading that growth is Avolon.

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New York City Rising

February 25th, 2019

New York City has always been known for its soaring skyscrapers. In fact, New York was home to the world’s tallest building for an accumulated 86 years before cities in Asia started breaking height records in the late 1990s.

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BUILT-IN FUNCTIONALITY: Hudson, NH Fire Station

February 22nd, 2019

In Boston, Structure Tone is primarily known for its unparalleled expertise in commercial interior construction, from small upgrades to high-end renovations. But when the team expanded their services into New Hampshire in 2016, they knew it could open doors into new and different types of work, including public facilities and out-of-the-ground construction.

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Structure Tone Southwest’s Justin Goodman named to two Houston boards

February 21st, 2019

Justin Goodman, director of business development in the company’s Houston office, has been appointed president of the Harris County Improvement District No. 25 and has joined the advisory board of the Periwinkle Foundation. The newly formed Harris County Improvement District No. 25 oversees the northeast corner of I-10 and Grand Parkway.

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Safety 360°: Taking Construction Safety to the Next Level

February 8th, 2019

By Keith Haselman, senior vice president, corporate safety In the construction industry, there’s a lot of talk about safety. Everyone agrees that safety comes first.

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Structure Tone win construction project at South London landmark

January 18th, 2019

The Blue Fin Building, Bankside, Southwark, London projectwinPROJECT WIN: We are delighted to announce that Structure Tone has been selected by Oxford Properties to deliver their Blue Fin project at the Blue Fin Building! Located on the Southbank, adjacent to the world famous Tate Modern Museum, The Blue Fin Building is one of Oxford Properties most prestigious buildings.

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