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Podcast: Shutting Down and Gearing Up in Boston

From shutting down jobsites across entire cities in some regions, to working through the crisis in others, the construction industry has been turned upside down by the global pandemic. As the project community continues to navigate this new normal of heightened safety standards and mandated social distancing, we’re virtually interviewing construction leaders from across our markets to find out how they’ve responded to the changing circumstances. On this episode, the first in our new COVID series, join Mike Ryan, SVP of Structure Tone Boston, to hear what it was like...

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Iron Mountain Incorporated (NYSE: IRM) is a global business dedicated to storing, protecting, and managing physical and digital information. It does business with over 95% of the Fortune 1000 and has over 120,000 clients worldwide. With its headquarters in Boston, the company serves clients through 1,450+ facilities—over 88Msf—across more than 57 countries. How do they manage such a large portfolio? Sarah Abrams, senior vice president of global real estate, and Doug Berry, vice president of project delivery, shed some light. Do you have a global approach to real estate management or...

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RELATIONSHIP CULTURE: Adobe and BCCI Construction Company

Founded in 1982 in the technology hub of Silicon Valley, Adobe is one of the founding fathers of today’s thriving tech industry. Since those early days, the tech industry has revolutionized the way we work, particularly when it comes to the workplace itself.  In the early 2010s, companies like Adobe— who were still operating out of traditional, segmented offices—realized they needed to modernize their San Jose headquarters, not only to attract top talent in an increasingly competitive market but also to take advantage of the efficiencies and collaboration a more open...

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As any property owner knows, improvement projects come in all shapes and sizes. A company may need a 250,000sf headquarters relocation—or simply to replace the carpet in their current space. That’s why STO’s New York office developed its Special Projects team, a group of seasoned construction professionals who tackle the often smaller, sometimes unique real estate needs of clients. “We developed this team nearly 25 years ago to challenge the assumption that we will only do larger, high-end projects,” says Stacey Dackson, vice president and director of STO’s Special Projects team....

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