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Structure Tone Southwest’s Justin Goodman named to two Houston boards

Justin Goodman, director of business development in the company’s Houston office, has been appointed president of the Harris County Improvement District No. 25 and has joined the advisory board of the Periwinkle Foundation.

The newly formed Harris County Improvement District No. 25 oversees the northeast corner of I-10 and Grand Parkway. Notably, the University of Houston is building a new facility in this district that will offer classes ranging from engineering to nursing.

Goodman was also appointed to the advisory board for The Periwinkle Foundation. The Periwinkle Foundation develops and provides programs, like Arts in Medicine and Camp Periwinkle, that positively change the lives of children, young adults and families who are challenged by cancer and other life-threatening illnesses at Texas Children’s Hospital.

“Houston has afforded me and countless others with such amazing opportunities to work, play, and grow,” says Goodman. “Giving back through charitable and civic organizations like these is the very least I can do to begin to repay a city and community that has allowed me to establish roots and call it home.”

Structure Tone Southwest’s Houston team leads construction projects for some of the city’s largest companies, from brand new buildings to interior fit-outs.