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Small Spaces, Big Challenges

If “isotope geochemistry” sounds complicated, that’s because it is—which means its researchers and students have very specific needs when it comes to a laboratory space. At Boston College, the Earth & Environmental Sciences Department wanted a new lab to house this kind of geochemistry work, including what’s called a “TIMS” instrument, or Thermal Ionization Mass Spectrometry unit. In basic terms, this research studies the ages, rates and timescales of past Earth processes and helps trace how material moved within them. Building a space that properly accommodates such complex scientific pursuits was, not...

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Vitol

Trading Spaces: A New Look for a Houston Energy Giant

As one of the world’s largest independent energy trading companies, Vitol needed its Houston, Texas office to reflect that impressive reputation. With its one-of-a-kind artwork and design features, its new space delivers. But creating such a special space meant taking some special measures, says Structure Tone Southwest project manager, Neel Watts. “Virtually every feature of this office was specific to this job,” he says. “There was nothing cookie-cutter about it, so we had to get creative in our approach to nearly every portion of it.” Complexity and creativity were, indeed, running themes...

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Jim Hurley, Pavarini

In Memoriam: Jim Hurley, President, Pavarini

Dear friends and colleagues, We have some sad news to share. Our colleague and friend, Jim Hurley, President of Pavarini Northeast Construction, passed away on November 11. He left behind his wife, Joann; children, James and Jennifer; grandchildren, McKenzie, Madison, James and Sean; and the Structure Tone family. Jim will be deeply missed, as will his legacy of mentorship, hard work and years of dedication to his staff, clients and colleagues. His tenure at Structure Tone speaks for itself. As many of you know, Jim has been a major presence since he joined...

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Vitol - Structure Tone SW wins 3 industry awards

Structure Tone Southwest earns three industry awards

[vc_row row_type="row" use_row_as_full_screen_section="no" type="full_width" text_align="left" css_animation="" box_shadow_on_row="no"][vc_column][vc_column_text]Our Structure Tone Southwest team was recently honored with three awards for local projects and for the company’s commitment to safety. The first two were from the Tilt-Up Concrete Association (TCA), the international nonprofit trade association for the global tilt-up concrete construction industry, which is a method of building construction in which large concrete walls are lifted (tilted) into position. The TCA honored Structure Tone Southwest’s “tilt-up” construction for the new offices of the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) in Irving with its “Tilt-Up...

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