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Structure Tone Promotes Stacey Dackson to Vice President, Special Projects

  Structure Tone has promoted Stacey Dackson to Vice President & Director of Special Projects in the company’s New York office. Stacey joined Structure Tone in 2005 after working for several NYC-based construction and real estate firms. Her signature projects include high-profile interior build-outs for such clients as Top of the Rock, Bank of America, Oppenheimer Funds, A&E Television Networks and Pearson Education. “Stacey is a strong builder with a knack for client relationships,” says Michael Neary, chief operating officer of Structure Tone New York. “She certainly proves that dedication, hard work and...

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Back to the Future: 400 Record

The 1980s. A time of glitz, glamour and gold. When Labora Real Estate bought the '80s-era office building at 400 S. Record Street in Dallas, they wanted to recapture some of that glamour, but now as part of an updated, modern, amenity-rich workplace. Thanks to a significant reconstruction and repositioning effort, the 17-floor, 348,000sf building now features a new glass-walled, two-story lobby with an outdoor canopy, a fitness center, a conference center, renovated office space, abundant artwork, a rooftop terrace and an elegant new restaurant run by Michelin-starred chef Bruno Davaillon. INTENTIONAL...

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Building on History: The Philadelphia Museum of Art

When you work on a facility for over a decade, you get to know the place and its owners. And that’s exactly the relationship that has formed between the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the team at LF Driscoll, who have been working together to preserve, enhance and improve the museum experience through projects large and small—all while making sure construction is as inconspicuous as possible to staff and visitors alike. EXPANDING HORIZONS The partnership dates back to 2004 when LF Driscoll was hired to renovate and expand the museum’s newly acquired...

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