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Edward Tyll Joins LF Driscoll Healthcare as NY Healthcare Estimating Manager

New York, NY (May 9, 2019) – Construction veteran Edward Tyll has joined LF Driscoll Healthcare and the Structure Tone organization as Healthcare Estimating Manager. Based in the New York City office, Tyll will help support the company’s continued expansion into New York’s growing healthcare market. Tyll brings over 30 years of experience to guide LF Driscoll Healthcare’s increasing work across the New York metro area.  His decades of local construction management experience have given him a deep understanding of the unique estimating challenges contractors face in a tight, urban environment....

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Brett Skyllingstad Joins Structure Tone Southwest as Business Development Director

DALLAS TX (May 6, 2019) – Data center and construction professional Brett Skyllingstad has joined the construction management firm Structure Tone as Director of Business Development, Technical Services.   Based in the firm’s Dallas office, Skyllingstad will support new and longtime client relationships and help develop growth strategies in the company’s Mission Critical and healthcare sectors. Skyllingstad has spent the last several years focused on business development for power generation services in the data center, healthcare and industrial markets. Before focusing on business development, he worked directly in construction management, first as a...

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The construction industry has been evolving faster than ever since the advent of mobile technologies, 3D modeling and other developments. And while these innovations are certainly helping construction firms build smarter and faster, in some instances, a tried-and-true solution is still the best approach.   In many parts of the country, that proven approach for new buildings is tilt-up construction. Going back to the “barn raisings” of rural America, tilt-up is essentially just what it sounds like: the walls of a structure are built on the ground and then raised (or tilted)...

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