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125 Years of Pavarini North East Construction Co.

April 26th, 2021

The history of Pavarini North East Construction perfectly illustrates the company’s culture—they’re all about relationships and adapting to changes in what their clients need. For 125 years, they have been building the places that shape communities, from brand-new museums and academic buildings to interior fit-outs of corporate headquarters, hotels, and hospitals.

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IONA FOREVER: Iona College’s Capital Improvement Program

December 3rd, 2020

In 2015, Iona College launched its largest capital campaign in the college’s 80-year history. Known as “Iona Forever,” the effort is helping the college create a modern learning environment that fosters innovation and collaboration.

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CONTINUOUS LOGISTICS Hildene Capital Management

July 2nd, 2020

Building trusting relationships and long-standing partnerships with their clients is a focus for Connecticut-based Hildene Capital Management. After relocating to a new, beautiful Stamford office, they have added another partner—Pavarini North East—to their impressive list. Hildene is a fairly young firm who wanted to look “different” from a traditional investment company.

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Anchoring the Team: Bloomingdale’s at the SoNo Collection

December 9th, 2019

Anchoring the Team: Bloomingdale’s at the SoNo Collection Since its start in 1861, Bloomingdale’s has become a household name. Known for their luxury products and diverse selection of brands, it’s become popular both in name and style.

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Quality Care, Close to Home

July 4th, 2019

In the last few years, Westchester County, New York, has become somewhat of a healthcare hub. With its proximity to Manhattan, the area offers suburban patients the convenience of local service with the caliber of care found in the large hospital networks in the city.

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LEARNING CURVE: Manhattan College’s South Campus

June 6th, 2019

When it comes to engineering and science education and research, Manhattan College offers some of the top programs in the country. But as work styles continue to evolve, staff and students needed the school's facilities to better reflect the way they operate. So in 2018, the college launched a phased program to renew their south campus.

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RESURRECTED: Residence Inn by Marriott Stamford Downtown

May 21st, 2019

Located in the heart of downtown Stamford, Connecticut, the Residence Inn by Marriott was expected to give the downtown an extra boost as a hub for visitors. But when the original developer went bankrupt and work abruptly stopped, the site remained dormant for three years.

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Digital Transformation: How Technology Is Changing the Industry

October 21st, 2018

In the fast-paced world of construction technology, staying ahead of the curve is the only way to stay in the game.

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A Global Mission for Xylem, Inc.

July 19th, 2018

As a water technology provider, Xylem understands the importance of sustaining our planet’s natural resources. The company’s name, in fact, comes from the vascular tissue in plants that transports water from the roots to the leaves.

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April 18th, 2018

Like many industries, the commercial real estate business tends to be cyclical—a building gets updated to keep up with trends and tenant preferences, and eventually needs upgrading again as those trends change and the building ages. Savvy developers understand this cycle and plan their investment strategies accordingly.

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January 22nd, 2018

Building medical facilities of any kind can involve a host of special circumstances, from intense infection control practices to incorporating leading-edge equipment and systems. But when that medical facility is also a teaching institution, the equipment, technology and user population adds a whole new level of challenges.

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October 11th, 2017

The year was 1925, when entrepreneur Arthur Tauck took a group of friends on a tour of the back roads of New England. More than 90 years later and his commitment to helping people experience the outdoors continues, both through Tauck Tours’ business and now its new corporate headquarters.

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Making Connections: How to Build a Feature Staircase

August 8th, 2017

As the trend for more open, collaborative workplaces has gained steam, the feature staircase has become one of, if not the, signature statements of the modern office. These open, striking staircases not only “wow” visitors with their high-end finishes and bold design, but have also become a central gathering space.

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Power to the People

August 4th, 2017

Southwest Airlines is clear about one thing: they put people first. In fact, the company’s stated purpose is to “connect people to what is important in their lives.” That purpose extends to their employees too. So when the company wanted to refresh its 3,500-person corporate headquarters in Dallas, Texas, they went straight to their people for inspiration.

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Taking a Break for Safety

August 3rd, 2017

By John P. Fuente, senior project manager, LF Driscoll On a construction job site, safety always comes first. As construction managers, part of our job is to reinforce that message across the entire site, day in and day out. But sometimes—especially on large jobs—that message can become so routine that the crew starts to tune it out.

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Keith Haselman Joins Structure Tone as New Head of Safety

July 31st, 2017

Industry veteran Keith Haselman has joined Structure Tone as our new Senior Vice President of Safety, Health and Environment. Keith takes the reins from Gary Di Paolo, who recently retired after developing and leading our safety programs over the last decade.

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Northern Exposure

April 25th, 2017

Last summer, Structure Tone expanded its geographic reach into northern New England, establishing a base in New Hampshire and tackling over a dozen projects throughout the region in just a few months. These projects ranged from the restoration of 200-year-old buildings on some of America’s oldest academic campuses to renovations to corporate office headquarters.

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A Tale of Two Cities—With a Common Goal

April 18th, 2017

As construction professionals, Structure Tone has built some of the most modern, collaborative and inspiring workplaces for companies of all shapes and sizes. But as trends and working styles evolved over time, some of our own offices weren't necessarily keeping up.

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Big-Picture Building

April 13th, 2017

Toothpaste. Deodorant. Soap. Pet food. Colgate-Palmolive makes them all. Such a big company has big needs when it comes to space. So when Colgate decided to enhance their Global Technology Center in Piscataway, New Jersey, and consolidate some operations from other facilities, they knew expansion would require some long-term vision.

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