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Tony Ellstrom joins Structure Tone Southwest as Director of Preconstruction for the Houston region

HOUSTON, TX (November 21, 2019) – Tony Ellstrom has joined Structure Tone Southwest as Director of Preconstruction for the Houston region. In his role, Ellstrom will be responsible for the overall estimating department including coordination and delivery of the preconstruction phases for all Houston projects. Ellstrom is a graduate of Texas A&M with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering. He has over 20 years of construction experience in the commercial interiors, ground-up, healthcare, and industrial sectors with leading Texas contractors. “With decades of construction knowledge and a familiarity with the Texas market,...

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Make-A-Wish Podcast (Bonus Episode)

How can the AEC industry band together to give back? Tune in to our special bonus episode to find out how NYC's real estate and construction community has joined forces with Make-A-Wish to bring joy to little New Yorkers living with critical illnesses. Make-A-Wish Podcast Transcript Narrator : How can the AEC industry band together to give back? On today's bonus episode, Breanna Ahern, a member of STO's corporate marketing team will be speaking with Dan Finnegan, Chris Mee, and Elizabeth Merkouris on how New York City's construction and real estate leaders have...

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Coworking and Collaborating at the Free Library of Philadelphia

The library as we know it is changing—and has been for years. Rather than simply housing books and other materials, today’s library is becoming a go-to public destination for all types of resources, including collaboration and coworking facilities. The reimagined Parkway Central Library of the Free Library system in Philadelphia embodies this evolution. Opened in 1927, this majestic structure recently underwent an extensive renovation to transform its stacks area into three new levels of public amenities and offerings. As envisioned by famed architect Moshe Safdie, the renovation removed the massive shelving in...

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LEARNING CURVE: Manhattan College’s South Campus

When it comes to engineering and science education and research, Manhattan College offers some of the top programs in the country. But as work styles continue to evolve, staff and students needed the school's facilities to better reflect the way they operate. So in 2018, the college launched a phased program to renew their south campus. The transformation is twofold: Leo Hall, the original engineering building, is being partially renovated and getting a 30,000sf new addition, while construction of the brand-new Higgins Engineering and Science Center is happening concurrently next door....

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