Global Insurer brings together employees under one roof and selects Structure Tone to complete their London fit-out at the newly constructed One Fen Court.
Structure Tone Southwest completed the five-story, tilt-up concrete structure and interior fit-out for the 3201 building to house Nokia’s new workspace within the Cypress Waters development.
Fueled by the opportunity to re-invent how they work, Ashurst LLP has created a unique workplace that defines the essence of Ashurst to their people, their clients, and their industry.
Our team has been partnering with the Philadelphia Museum of Art to preserve, renovate, and enhance the museum experience in projects large and small since 2004.
The west side of Midtown Manhattan is having a moment. For decades, the acres around the rail yards were largely seen as undevelopable given the industrial use. But now, Hudson Yards has activated the entire area as a mix of residential, office and retail buildings that have truly become a destination.
Most building repositioning projects involving gutting an older building and starting fresh with modern infrastructure and interiors. But at Hudson Commons, Cove Property Group thought—quite literally—outside of the box. In addition to modernizing the former 9-story, “Class B” EmblemHealth building, the team of Cove, Kohn Pedersen Fox, WSP, and Pavarini McGovern built another 18 stories above it, creating a modern, “Class A” commercial office building with the abundant lighting, high ceilings, outdoor terrace spaces and other amenities that appeal to today’s tenants.
Citizens Bank Park Having completed the original construction of Citizens Bank Stadium in 2004, our team members were pleased to return for the planned off-season renovations designed to take the fan experience to the next level. Completed in phases over two years, we closely collaborated with the Phillies and the design team to ensure that the ballpark was ready for action during baseball season.
Free Library of Philadelphia, Parkway Central Branch Renovations When renovation plans began in earnest in 2006, the Parkway Central Library building was only 35% accessible to the public. Today, 68% of the building is now usable with 41,000sf of new community space developed in the area that previously housed the library’s impressive book stacks.
Abington-Jefferson Asplundh Cancer Center Pavilion The mission of the Asplundh Cancer Pavilion is to provide a state-of-the-art, top-tier cancer treatment. Our mission was to diligently execute the thoughtful design, solve some complicated construction problems, and deliver this beautiful medical facility.