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Structure Tone Southwest Earns National Excellence In Construction Award

Structure Tone Southwest’s work on Vitol’s new Houston headquarters has earned the company a National Excellence in Construction® Pyramid Award from Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) in the “Commercial” project category. “Structure Tone Southwest earned this Excellence in Construction Pyramid Award through their outstanding craftsmanship, teamwork and world-class safety processes, and Associated Builders and Contractors is pleased to honor them,” said 2017 ABC National Chair Chuck Goodrich, president of Gaylor Electric Inc., Indianapolis. “The uncompromising commitment to top-quality construction was clear from start to finish in building the Vitol office. ABC...

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COMPLIANCE CORNER: Going Beyond The Rules

By Brian Fields, chief ethics and compliance officer, Structure Tone How often do you follow certain rules only because “those are the rules”? Chances are, it is simply because actually understanding these rules is more of a hassle. Following these rules is a formality that must be completed before moving on to the business at hand. Alternatively, how often do you follow rules because they represent values you respect and want to advance, because you understand and appreciate their purpose or because you feel a personal connection to the goals they promote? Some...

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(Re)positioning For Success On Park avenue

The office market has heated up across Manhattan, making competition to draw tenants stiff. So, when the owners of 237 Park Avenue purchased the 100-year-old building, they knew they needed to make some major changes to reposition the space and restore some of its luster. With its last renovations in the 1980s, the building’s dark interior needed an upgrade to a more open, bright, modern look suitable for its illustrious address. “The goal was to update the building aesthetic, especially the public areas, while maintaining safe egress in and out of the...

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