Structure Tone was established to provide interior office construction for the world’s leading companies, and today we are ranked as the top interior construction firm in every market we serve. Each year, Structure Tone manages more than 16 million sf of commercial office space construction for some of the world’s most forward-thinking companies.
Unlike any other construction management company—which is focused on either large multi-million dollar projects or small one-off projects, we are purpose-built to accomplish a broad range of construction. We build long-term partnerships with leading companies to create and maintain work-spaces that foster employee productivity, collaboration, and well-being.
While 80 percent of our projects are valued under $1 million, we also manage large, complex, iconic projects ranging from 200,000sf to 1,000,000sf or more. In 2015, these included Prudential’s new headquarters in downtown Newark, NJ; PepsiCo’s renovated global HQ in Purchase, NY; Ogilvy’s UK corporate headquarters in the prominent Sea Containers House in Central London; and the new headquarters for the rapidly growing apparel brand Vineyard Vines in Stamford, CT.
Click here to view the live stream of Comcast’s new Innovation and Technology Center in downtown Philadelphia, PA, a 59-story, 1,121-foot tower slated to be one of the tallest buildings in the US, which Structure Tone’s affiliate LF Driscoll is building out-of-the-ground.
We are proud that the majority of our business stems from repeat customers. We help clients optimize their space, budget and schedule, and future–proof by providing best practices, minimizing operating costs and increasing flexibility to meet future needs. For instance, in 2015 we were the first CM firm in the UK to install a DIRTT custom interior system for a leading financial services company.
There is no other construction company that has Structure Tone’s size, experience and capability to deliver as proficiently as we can the highest quality project of any size, anywhere in the Western Hemisphere.