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Construction management firm Ajax Building Corporation to join the Structure Tone organization

With the addition, Structure Tone’s footprint extends across the US Southeast New York, NY/Tallahassee, FL (October 17, 2018) – Today Structure Tone and Ajax Building Corporation announced that the Florida-based construction management firm will join the Structure Tone family of companies, expanding Structure Tone’s geographic reach into the US Southeast and giving Ajax access to Structure Tone’s global network and resources. “Ajax Building Corporation is a leader in one of the fastest-growing markets in the US,” says Structure Tone CEO Robert Mullen. “By joining forces, both of our firms are now able...

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Tech on Display: Red Hat Boston

“It’s all about being open and collaborative.” So said Jan Mark Holzer, senior consulting engineer at technology firm Red Hat, while giving a tour of the company’s new Boston offices. While his comment referred to the office design, he may as well have been talking about Red Hat’s business itself. The company is a global leader in what’s called “open-source” technologies, or an approach to software development in which the source code is shared openly so that other software developers can collaboratively work together to improve and advance the technology. Red...

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THE VIEW FROM ABOVE: Drones for Construction

Although drones got their start in military operations, they have become engrained in almost every aspect of our culture, from package delivery to wedding photography. Drones are becoming increasingly useful for construction too, especially for large-scale, out of-the-ground projects.   In Dublin, Ireland, the Structure Tone team has been using drones regularly for some of their large mission critical facilities, which include sites up to several hectares in size. “Drones are beneficial in particular for preliminary high-level surveys of hard-to-reach places,” says Jason Monks, Structure Tone Dublin’s Mission Critical project director. “We...

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