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Mark Harrington joins Structure Tone Southwest as Project Executive 

AUSTIN TX (October 29, 2019) – Mark Harrington has joined Structure Tone Southwest’s Austin team as Project Executive. In this role, Harrington will provide leadership and oversight as well as support the company’s project teams. Harrington has over 20 years in the construction industry, most recently serving as director of interiors for a major Austin firm. His experience includes high-end, fast-track projects for data centers, call centers, and higher education facilities, among other building types. Harrington actually started his career with STSW, working on workplace renovations for such clients as Merrill...

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BETTING BIG: DraftKings’ New HQ

Sports betting is big business, and the creator of the leading fantasy sports and sports betting products is betting big on Boston. With its move to a new headquarters in Boston’s Back Bay, DraftKings signals its incredible growth and commitment to staying true to its Boston roots. The headquarters unites two floor plates to create one 105,000sf single-floor office—the largest in the city. And, says Mack Freedman, DraftKings’ senior manager of global real estate, it’s a major upgrade from their former space. “Furniture was mismatched and visitors were forced into a small...

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GIVING BACK: Big Changes Start Small

While there’s certainly been a lot of progress, when it comes to plastic reuse and recycling, the United States still has some work to do. According to the National Geographic Society, shoppers in the USA use almost one plastic bag per day, compared to Denmark, where, on average, residents use four plastic bags per year. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency reports the USA only recycles 9% of its plastic, leaving plenty of room for improvement. Meanwhile, around 18 billion pounds of plastic end up in oceans around the globe every...

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Flexibility and Adaptability: What’s Next for Workplace Design

  Collaboration. Connection. Choice. Those have been the operative words in office design over the last few years, particularly as the open-plan concept has taken hold. How are those ideas changing the workplace, and where are we headed next? We spoke with three workplace design experts to get their take on the workplace then, now and in the future. Open-plan offices are arguably the most prevalent workplace trend in recent years. Why do you think it’s been so popular? Treacy: A trend is something that is short lived, but the open office has...

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