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BREXIT – What does it mean for the fit-out market?

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text] Dean Manning, leads Structure Tone’s International business overseeing the London and Dublin offices. He brings more than 30 years of experience in construction and structural refurbishment. Dean joined Structure Tone in 2006 and has spearheaded the company’s significant growth. It is still early days since the decision by the population of the United Kingdom (or 51.8% of us anyway) on 23 June 2016 to leave the European Union and all of the benefits and hindrances that are attached to it. There is much speculation about whether the BREXIT decision will...

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Todd DeGarmo, CEO of STUDIOS Architecture, Discusses Trends Driving our Industry

[Structure Tone] We’re seeing the continued resurgence in urban development, in both established neighborhoods and emerging areas. Are we in a golden era of “the city”? [Todd] Organizations and employees want to engage with, and be part of, vibrant communities. When I started working, cities were in bad shape. Corporations moved to the suburbs, in part to provide employees with greater safety—but it also isolated them. As cities got safer, they began moving back into urban centers, primarily into self-contained corporate buildings. Today, we’re entering a new phase. STUDIOS is seeing organizations...

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How Technology Companies are Changing Construction

Dublin, Ireland, with a population of just 1.3 million, is home to nearly every major global technology firm you can imagine, including Facebook, Google, Intel, Oracle, Yahoo!, Ancestry.com and Prometric. Structure Tone spoke recently with John Rattigan, Managing Director, and Rory Quinn, Associate Director, Lafferty, Project Managers | Architects based in Dublin, whose clients include Yahoo!, Workday and Twitter, to discuss how design and construction in the Irish market is evolving. Structure Tone (ST): How have technology companies changed workspaces? John Rattigan/Rory Quinn (JR/RQ): Technology companies brought an entirely different way of...

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Edelman’s Playbook

Alice Hogueisson, Edelman’s global facilities manager, has renovated more than 1 million sf of office space since 2007. Edelman is the world’s largest PR firm with 5,500 creative professionals in the world’s top 60 cities.  Here is Alice’s keys to success:

Create a global team: Alice created an integrated team comprising of Gensler, CBRE, Structure Tone, furniture and lighting SV suppliers to support Edelman in every market they operate.