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Layton Construction officially joins the STO Building Group

NEW YORK /SALT LAKE CITY (December 23, 2019) – Today the STO Building Group and Layton Construction announced that the nationally-ranked commercial construction firm has officially merged with the STO family of companies. The merger allows both firms to leverage each other’s geographic reach to better serve clients with multiple locations and enhance the services and areas of expertise they can offer across that expanded footprint. “Joining the STO family provides our customers greater support nationwide and our employees greater opportunities to grow professionally and personally. This is the next logical...

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GIVING BACK: Creative Art Works

Since 1986, Creative Art Works (CAW) has been giving under-resourced neighborhoods the opportunity to empower kids through art. By providing the materials and direction to hone career-oriented skills, actualize creativity, and engage with the community, CAW is helping young people develop the confidence and connections they need to thrive. One of their most impactful programs pairs groups of kids with artists to create lasting murals in their community.  Structure Tone’s journey with CAW began 21 years ago. A client, Boston Properties, introduced the company to the cause and the Structure Tone...

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Almost Home: NYC’s New Irish Arts Center

Over 33 million Americans—10% of the population—claim Irish heritage, according to the 2017 US Census. Irish Arts Center in New York City has long recognized and represented this deep connection between the US and the Emerald Isle, showcasing Irish artists and performers from their New York City space since 1972.       As Irish Arts Center explored the idea of building a state-of-the-art platform for Irish culture in America, it became clear that the new building would need to be adaptable and entrepreneurial, serving a multidisciplinary mission across a range of...

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A Tech Revolution: Reimagining the Museum of the Dog

Technology has transformed the way the world consumes media—and art is no exception. Today, museums around the globe have embraced technology as a means of enhancing the visitor’s experience. So, when the American Kennel Club (AKC) decided it was time to return the Museum of the Dog (MOD) to its New York City roots, they saw the move as the perfect opportunity to bring the museum into the 21st century.  After 30 years in St. Louis, Missouri, the new-and-improved Museum of the Dog sits on the ground and third floors of...

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