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GAME CHANGER: Technology in the Field

By Terrence Robbins, vice president, information technology, Structure Tone In the modern age of building construction, the process has always been fairly linear. The client expresses their requirements. The architect designs the building. The engineer designs the infrastructure. The construction manager leads construction with the assistance of specialized subcontractors. But today, with new technologies and innovations emerging what seems like daily, the construction process is becoming more collaborative than ever, reducing design change iterations, identifying construction conflicts earlier in the building process, avoiding risk and saving clients time and money. The advent of...

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Canadian Construction Management Firm Govan Brown Joins the Structure Tone Organization

The move expands Structure Tone’s footprint into Canada Today Structure Tone and Govan Brown announced that the Canadian construction management firm will join the Structure Tone family of companies, expanding Structure Tone’s geographic reach into Canada. “Structure Tone and Govan Brown have tremendous synergies and perfectly complement each other’s businesses and client rosters,” says Structure Tone CEO Robert Mullen. “We have been working together for over 10 years and determined that by joining forces, we’re better able to serve our clients by leveraging each other’s strengths, geographies and resources.” Founded in 1994 in...

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Hudson Yards: A New City Rising

“The new heart of New York.” That’s the bold expectation set out on the website of Hudson Yards, the massive mixed-use development under way along New York City’s far West Side. Now with more than half of the 28-acre site well into redevelopment, that vision is getting closer and closer to becoming reality. “Hudson Yards is already starting to take shape as a city within a city. When it’s fully built out, it will roughly be the same square footage as the central business district in Dallas. It’s amazing,” says Tom...

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