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Structure Tone Life Sciences
Structure Tone Life Sciences
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Sectors

Life Sciences

  • Colgate-Palmolive,
    Piscataway, NJ
  • LifeCell,
    Bridgewater, NJ

Structure Tone brings highly specialized construction management experience to demanding and complex life sciences and biotech facilities projects. We approach these projects from a systems perspective, identifying building components that offer best value, efficiency, scalability and the capability to meet current needs while having the potential to evolve with advancements in technology.

We manage exceptionally sensitive life sciences/biotech building construction projects, including those requiring clean rooms, BSL 1-3 containment, cGxP compliance and critical utility systems to support facility classification.

Structure Tone’s safety record far exceeds industry averages. We have received commendations from both OSHA and our mission critical and technology facilities clients for record achievements in project hours with no incidents.

Insights and News

UNLOCKING LIFE’S POSSIBLITIES: Intarcia Therapeutics

“Everything you do as a company—everything you say, how you express yourself—counts. Everything.” So says Kurt Graves, chairman, president and CEO of Boston-based ...

February 8th, 2018

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Bigger and Better for Shire

Since its founding in 1986, biotechnology firm Shire has grown to become a global leader in treatments for rare diseases. Now at almost 24,000 employees, this kind ...

January 26th, 2018

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INFECTION CONTROL IN HEALTHCARE CONSTRUCTION: What You Should Know

By Charles Steiner and Ray McDonald For obvious reasons, infection control isn’t just a “best practice” in healthcare construction. It’s a responsibility, a moral ...

January 18th, 2018

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