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Structure Tone Healthcare
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The Structure Tone organization is a leader in construction management services for healthcare facilities, which annually account for a significant portion of the company’s global revenue with over $1 billion in construction projects awarded in 2015 alone.

Our operating company LF Driscoll is a nationally regarded healthcare builder and has completed more than $5 billion in world-class healthcare facilities [in the last ten years], encompassing preconstruction services and both new construction and major renovations of existing facilities.

Structure Tone has long-standing relationships with leading healthcare providers that include Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Columbia University Medical Center, Hackensack University Medical Center, Mayo Clinic, Penn Medicine (The Ruth & Raymond Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine), Penn Medicine (Penn Presbyterian Medical Center), Meridian Health and Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, among others.

We are experienced in the planning and building of the most complex and leading-edge medical facilities, as well as smaller renovation and maintenance projects by project teams who support multi-decade healthcare clients.

Our healthcare professionals receive specialized training from OSHA and the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE), and are Certified Healthcare Constructors (CHC). With more than 65 in-house technology and MEPS systems specialists and project managers, we provide services in pre-construction, new construction, renovations, expansions and fit-outs for hospitals, ambulatory and specialty care facilities. We also have experience with research and medical testing labs (clean room and BSL standards), blood and chemistry labs, medical office buildings and data centers for electronic patient information technology systems.

Our approach recognizes that construction can play an essential role in future patient outcomes. For instance, we have a significant protocol in place that requires review and detailed inspection of every single wall before it is closed. We ensure that the interstitial space in the wall cavity has been properly sanitized and that there is never any hidden dust or debris that could create an atmosphere that may compromise a patient’s health in the future.

Safety is a Core Value

An essential part of our approach is to minimize the impact of construction on patients, visitors and staff in occupied and operational facilities. We accomplish this by:

• Proactive communication among project stakeholders, maintaining constant communication with staff and patients throughout the entire process
• A carefully crafted Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) program, consisting of Interim Life Safety Measures (ILSM) tailored to your facility to identify concerns and maintain separation throughout the construction process
• Negative air control to contain dust, which could carry infection (e.g., Aspergillus), in consideration of the treatment and care for your immuno-compromised patients
• Project phasing to minimize construction activities that detrimentally impact normal operations and disturb patients and staff

Insights and News

Allergan’s New Jersey HQ Earns 2017 United Way Impact Award

The United Way of Northern New Jersey has named Allergan’s new administrative headquarters building in Madison, NJ its winner of the 2017 Impact Award at their 18th annual United Way Commercial Real Estate Network Legacy Luncheon.   Built by Structure...
June 20th, 2017
LF Driscoll “tops out” JSUMC’s HOPE Tower cancer center

The final beam of Jersey Shore University Medical Center’s HOPE Tower was placed on September 15, 2016, marking a major milestone in the construction of the new 10-story cancer research and treatment center in Neptune, New Jersey. LF Driscoll is...
September 20th, 2016
Groundbreaking kicks off RUMC’s new $62M ER project

A $62.5 million project to build a bigger, better emergency room at Richmond University Medical Center on Staten Island kicked off Monday with a groundbreaking ceremony. Pavarini McGovern and Structure Tone are leading the way. For more information read ‘Groundbreaking...
September 16th, 2016

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