Brinker International, owner of restaurant chains Chili’s and Maggiano’s, aimed to consolidate its local business operations, upgrade their facilities and create a space that reflected the company’s bright future. Brinker hired Structure Tone Southwest to bring their vision to life within a new, 4-story, 214,000sf office building.
With a rapidly expanding membership and staff, the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) needed to upgrade its offices to keep up with that growth. With no existing buildings to meet their needs, they instead bought 6 acres of land near the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport to build their new office from scratch, bringing in the Structure Tone Southwest team to lead the way using an efficient tilt-up approach.
The Dallas area has seen a wave of office relocations and expansions in recent years. Topping the list as one of the largest is web-based property management company RealPage, who moved into a new, 430,000sf space over 4 floors in the Lakeside Campus, renovated by the Structure Tone Southwest team.
Complete with a simulated operating room and over-the-counter retail space, the new Experience Center is a hub for training budding optometrists and allowing staff and customers to experience this client's products.
This project consisted of a 63,000sf, ground-up LEED®-Certified office facility for ConocoPhillips Eagle Ford Shale Group. The building comprises office space, break rooms, training rooms, conference rooms, and a fitness facility.
Structure Tone Southwest managed construction of a new broadcast studio and production facility, as well as office support space, for Comcast SportsNet.
Our firm performed construction management services for the NBC Sports Group’s centralized broadcast production facility and new parking garage. Phase one required the transformation of Clairol’s headquarters and manufacturing facility, (two buildings) into a broadcast, technical, production and 4-6 TV studio space.
Structure Tone has provided construction management services to Novartis on its East Hanover, NJ campus for more than seven years, as well as for projects on its campuses in Florham Park, NJ and Morris Plains, NJ; and in Suffern, NY, and Texas.
Mission critical Structure Tone teams managed the construction of the first high-density data center built for under $5 million/MW with a PUE of 1.08.
Fossil, Inc. consolidated employees from its two Richardson corporate offices and its distribution operations facility to its new headquarters at 901 S. Central Expressway, 26.3-acre campus also in Richardson, TX.