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Podcast: The Value of CRE Tech

In an age where landlords are more like hoteliers, how can commercial real estate technology enhance the tenant experience? On this episode, join Jonathan Schultz, an early-stage seed investor and thought leader in the CRE tech space, for a behind-the-scenes chat about the evolution of technology, opportunities for innovation within the AEC industry, and embracing change.   The Value of CRE Tech Transcript STO Building Conversations Ep. 7: The Value of CRE Tech Narrator: Welcome to Building Conversations, a construction podcast powered by the STO Building Group. On today's episode, Christie Mullen, a member of...

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Structure Tone Joins New York’s Business and Labor Leaders to Raise $1.6 Million for Saint Dominic’s Family Services

NEW YORK, NY – Jan. 31, 2020 – Last night over 1,350 leaders of New York City’s business and labor industry came together to celebrate and raise money for Saint Dominic’s Family Services, a nonprofit organization that helps special needs children, adolescents and adults lead productive lives. Hosted by guest emcee, WABC meteorologist Amy Freeze, the dinner raised over $1.6 million for the 140-year-old community organization. Structure Tone executive vice president Eugene Peter White is chairman of the dinner committee. “The continued support of the business and labor industry has truly...

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Structure Tone opens new, larger office in New Hampshire; Company’s NH presence has tripled in size since 2016

WINDHAM NH (February 4, 2020) – The New Hampshire-based team of construction management firm Structure Tone has relocated to a brand-new, larger office as the company continues to grow in northern New England. Structure Tone is now located on the first floor of 7 Rockingham Road in Windham, a new commercial building constructed by the company. The NH-based team is led by construction veteran Thomas Roy, who has managed hundreds of projects at institutions across the state, from colleges and hospitals to food banks and churches. “Opening an office in New Hampshire...

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Michael Walsh Joins LF Driscoll as Engineering Specialist

Philadelphia, PA (January 31, 2020) – Industry veteran Michael P. Walsh has joined Philadelphia-based construction firm LF Driscoll as Engineering Specialist. Walsh’s specific area of expertise is vertical transportation services for all types of buildings, including new construction and modernization of major hotels, universities, government facilities, commercial and residential buildings, and retail spaces. With 30 years of experience in the field, Walsh serves on four National ASME Code Committees: Hydraulic Elevators, Existing Installations, Maintenance and Repair, and Escalators and Moving Walks. In addition to his industry involvement, Walsh is the founder and...

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