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Greg Dunkle Joins Structure Tone in New Chief Administrative Officer Position

[vc_row row_type="row" use_row_as_full_screen_section="no" type="full_width" text_align="left" css_animation="" box_shadow_on_row="no"][vc_column][vc_column_text](November 5, 2018) – The Structure Tone organization has added the role of Chief Administrative Officer to its executive team. Construction industry professional Greg Dunkle has joined the firm to take on the new position. Reporting directly to the CEO, Bob Mullen, Dunkle will be responsible for overall direction and leadership of Structure Tone’s Corporate Services group, including Human Resources, Information Technology, Safety, Risk Management, Legal Services and Compliance & Audit. Working with these teams, Dunkle will play a key role in the merger and acquisition...

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ADVANCED METRICS: Unilever’s High-Tech Ultra-Sustainable HQ

“Together we can change how the world does business.” That’s the big, bold message greeting visitors to Unilever’s website. In their newly renovated US headquarters, the global consumer goods company is quite visibly working toward that goal. “For us, it’s all about sustainability, productivity, collaboration, agility and thriving in the more connected digital world that we live in today,” says Ian Dunning, Unilever’s North America service delivery director for workplace services. Designed by Perkins + Will and developed by OVG Real Estate, Normandy Real Estate Partners and Mesirow Financial, the 325,000sf campus...

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Real-Time Construction

Coordinating the many moving parts of a construction job—and keeping all parties up to speed—has always been one of the most challenging aspects of the construction manager’s job. The process of documenting change can be tedious: go back to the trailer or office to get the paper drawings, log the proposed change in an RFI and staple that to the documents, share that back to the project team, print out new paper documents and so on. But now with the advent of cloud-based tools and technologies, project teams and clients are...

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3D PRINTING FOR PROBLEM SOLVING

As 3D printing technology has evolved, the continued applications for design and construction have evolved along with it. What has been primarily used as a presentation tool—essentially an easier and faster version of the traditional architectural model—has become something more. Today, firms can use printed 3D models to not only showcase how a project will come together, but solve construction challenges along the way. MODEL BEHAVIOUR When Structure Tone London was preparing its plan to fit out Ashurst’s new London law offices, they knew the firm had two main design goals: 1)...

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