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Ultimate Experience: Sewell BMW of Grapevine

The Sewell family of auto dealerships in Texas has always put the customer experience at the center of their business. As they put it, they’re aiming to build “customers for life.” The company’s newest dealership in Grapevine, Texas puts that purpose on display with a building that creates an experience not only for customers, but also for associates. Sewell BMW of Grapevine is more than a car dealership. It’s four stories and 290,000sf of showroom, collision center, autoshop and garage space, plus offices, meeting areas, children’s rooms, client and event...

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Giving Back: Hurricane Harvey Relief

Last August, Hurricane Harvey ravaged the southern United States and the Caribbean, hitting the Houston, Texas region especially hard. Reports estimate that the storm left over $125 billion of damage in its wake, tying it with Hurricane Katrina as the costliest hurricane in recorded US history, according to the National Hurricane Center.   Structure Tone Southwest’s Houston-based team, thankfully, made it through the storm safely. But employees and their families were left with hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages, ranging from ruined lawns to completely destroyed homes, cars and other property. The...

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Back at Home for the Boston Globe

Sixty years ago, the Boston Globe left downtown Boston to open a large newsroom and printing complex on the outskirts of the city. The workplace mirrored what was standard for a newspaper at the time—cubicles, telephones, stacks of paper and lots of beige. With its recent move to 53 State Street, a modern, LEED Platinum office complex, the Globe is back to its downtown roots, just steps away from its original office on Boston’s “Newspaper Row.” The move isn’t simply a physical one—it marks a major shift in the mindset of...

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