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Commissioning - Structure Tone
Structure Tone is a global leader in construction management and general contracting services with offices located in the US, UK, and Ireland. Founded in 1971, the company is among the world’s top twenty construction companies worldwide, responsible for more than $3.5B in annual construction volume.
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Mechanical, electrical, life safety, and voice, data, and wireless communications systems are essential to the construction or reconstruction of any building. Structure Tone provides clients with unique capability—Structure Tone’s dedicated, in-house technical professionals and experienced with the technological and operational requirements of constructing and commissioning complex electrical and mechanical infrastructures.

Our project team along with our IT/MEPS experts comprehensively define project requirements and develop a corresponding commissioning execution plan, in conjunction with their design team and commissioning agent.

We begin the commissioning process during the design phase by purchasing the most suitable equipment to meet our clients’ plans. We identify long-lead items early in the design phase, and we use our global purchasing strength to obtain equipment at competitive prices in a timely manner.

We provide commissioning support throughout the life of the project, including on-site, end-user, and operator training, and coordinate the inclusion of client’s operating staff at all factory and field tests. We instruct building staff to understand how systems are installed, where major components are located, and the operating performance of the equipment. We ensure that building staff become familiar with nuances of the installation as well as the location of equipment components that can become problematic over the lifetime of a building.

Some recent projects include:

  • Installing a geothermal system in the heart of mid-town Manhattan
  • Sourcing and installing an emergency egress fire suppressant system to protect a truly unique wood and plaster ceiling
  • Complete infrastructure upgrade to a landmark building as part of its conversion to a boutique luxury hotel

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