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Challenged Accepted: BCG Philadelphia

What do you do when you’re tasked with renovating 52,000sf of high-end office space—while employees continue working in it? Communicate. A lot. So says Vincent Sarnatora, Structure Tone project manager who led the recent expansion of Boston Consulting Group’s Philadelphia offices from one floor to two. The project inAvolved completely renovating the 40th floor of the existing building, reconfiguring and upd+ating the 41st and cutting in a grand floating staircase to link the two. “The staircase was the most challenging phase,’’ Sarnatora says. “We were in constant communication with the client...

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Structure Tone promotes two senior executives

Terry Robbins and Bill Sharp are now senior vice presidents NEW YORK, NY (December 18, 2018) – Construction management firm Structure Tone has promoted two senior executives, Terrence Robbins and William Sharp, both located in the company’s New York City headquarters. Terry Robbins is now Structure Tone’s Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer after serving as Vice President of Information Technology since joining the firm in 2006. In this role, Robbins has centralized the management of IT personnel and infrastructure and is integral to the company’s operations and estimating innovation teams....

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CHANGING STYLES, CHANGING SPACES: Danone’s White Plains, NY HQ

The modern workplace has evolved considerably in just the last 10 years. The shift from segmented perimeter offices and center cubicles to open-plan, collaborative spaces happened quickly—and is still happening. That physical change, of course, reflects the more philosophical shift in work styles that has come with a more globally connected workforce and changing generational preferences. Danone, the parent company of such brands as Dannon yogurt and Evian water, embraced this collaborative way of working years ago but their physical workplaces were still catching up. When the opportunity arose to move...

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