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Seamlessly Sustainable: LoyaltyOne Toronto Headquarters

Design is certainly a—if not THE—driving force behind the sustainability of the built environment. But construction plays an important role as well, particularly when it comes to reusing and recycling materials and enhancing indoor air quality.   When LoyaltyOne, a leading provider of loyalty and retail data analytics programs and services, determined to pursue LEED Platinum for their new, Gensler-designed Toronto headquarters, the Govan Brown team took that responsibility to heart, doing their part to ensure the construction process supported LoyaltyOne’s sustainable vision. UP (AND DOWN) IN THE AIR The quality of the air...

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GIVING BACK: Cureapalooza

Golf tournaments. Dinners. Donation drives. These are some of the tried-and-true methods of corporate fundraising, and they have certainly helped make a difference to thousands of deserving charities over the years. But Govan Brown didn’t want to go the usual route. They wanted something unique. Something inspiring. They landed on the idea of hosting a charity rock concert—one they called “Cureapalooza”— to support the Canadian Cancer Society. “Cureapalooza was borne from the idea to raise money for charity but with a completely different attitude,” says Mackenzie Herd, Govan Brown marketing coordinator...

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Structure Tone Southwest Adds Two Directors to Houston Office

Texas-based Structure Tone Southwest has added two new directors to its Houston operations. Justin Goodman joins the firm as Director of Business Development, and Saleem Qassem joins as Director of Operations. Justin comes to the company from AECOM, where he led the healthcare, higher education and social infrastructure sectors. His clients included institutions in the Texas Medical Center such as Methodist Health. In higher education, he established AECOM’s first college program in the state with San Jacinto College. As Structure Tone Southwest’s Director of Business Development in Houston, he will continue...

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