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Green building survey shows wellness is growing and resilience is waning, but cost still a major barrier to all

Findings also show LEED is still king when it comes to certification. A recent survey conducted by construction management firm Structure Tone finds that green building is still a major market differentiator and employee wellness is increasingly important to tenants. However, for the second year in a row, cost remains a major barrier. Now in its second year, the anonymous survey was sent to a select group of senior corporate real estate and facilities management professionals to take a snapshot of sustainability in practice across the commercial real estate community. Questions centered...

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Donal Lyons named to Building Design + Construction magazine’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2017

Virtual modeling manager Donal Lyons has been named to Building Design + Construction magazine’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2017. This competitive program selects the best and brightest rising stars under the age of 40 from across the architecture, engineering and construction industry. Based in Boston, Donal is part of the Structure Tone organization’s virtual design and construction team. Donal and his team use 3D and virtual modeling as a tool for advanced coordination, often working alongside the design team and subcontractors to hone design documents and shop drawings down to...

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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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