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News & Insights

Podcast: Mission Critical in the Age of Social Distancing

June 23rd, 2020

On this episode, we talk to Terence Deneny, VP of STO Mission Critical, about how internet providers, telecommunication firms, and social networking companies have handled the influx of traffic and how he thinks the pandemic will affect the future of mission critical real estate and construction.

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SWEATING THE SMALL STUFF: STO Special Projects Team

April 1st, 2020

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.

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Tribeca Transformation

March 24th, 2020

Tribeca Transformation Since it was built over 100 years ago, 15 Laight Street in NYC’s Tribeca neighborhood has housed just about everything, from warehouse space and fashion studios to the Tribeca Film Festival’s original headquarters.

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SWEATING THE SMALL STUFF: STO Special Projects Team

March 17th, 2020

SWEATING THE SMALL STUFF: STO Special Projects Team 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. “We still have the backing and resources of a larger contractor but can deliver the faster, smaller projects.”

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Structure Tone promotes three New York leaders to new executive positions

February 25th, 2020

New York NY (February 25, 2020) – STO Building Group has promoted three of its leaders to new executive roles in the company: Robert Leon, Michael Neary and Eugene White

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Podcast: The Value of CRE Tech

February 11th, 2020

In an age where landlords are more like hoteliers, how can commercial real estate technology enhance the tenant experience? On this episode, join Jonathan Schultz, an early-stage seed investor and thought leader in the CRE tech space, for a behind-the-scenes chat about the evolution of technology, opportunities for innovation within the AEC industry, and embracing change.

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Structure Tone Joins New York’s Business and Labor Leaders to Raise $1.6 Million for Saint Dominic’s Family Services

February 10th, 2020

Structure Tone Joins New York’s Business and Labor Leaders to Raise $1.6 Million for Saint Dominic’s Family Services NEW YORK, NY – Jan. 31, 2020 – Last night over 1,350 leaders of New York City’s business and labor industry came together to celebrate and raise money for Saint Dominic’s Family Services, a nonprofit organization that helps special needs children, adolescents and adults lead productive lives. Hosted by guest emcee, WABC meteorologist Amy Freeze, the dinner raised over $1.6 million for the 140-year-old community organization. Structure Tone executive vice president Eugene Peter White is chairman of the dinner committee.

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Layton Construction officially joins the STO Building Group

January 2nd, 2020

NEW YORK /SALT LAKE CITY (December 23, 2019) – Today the STO Building Group and Layton Construction announced that the nationally-ranked commercial construction firm has officially merged with the STO family of companies. The merger allows both firms to leverage each other’s geographic reach to better serve clients with multiple locations and enhance the services and areas of expertise they can offer across that expanded footprint.

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GIVING BACK: Creative Art Works

January 2nd, 2020

GIVING BACK: Creative Art Works Since 1986, Creative Art Works (CAW) has been giving under-resourced neighborhoods the opportunity to empower kids through art. By providing the materials and direction to hone career-oriented skills, actualize creativity, and engage with the community, CAW is helping young people develop the confidence and connections they need to thrive. One of their most impactful programs pairs groups of kids with artists to create lasting murals in their community. 

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Almost Home: NYC’s New Irish Arts Center

December 31st, 2019

Almost Home: NYC’s New Irish Arts Center Over 33 million Americans—10% of the population—claim Irish heritage, according to the 2017 US Census. Irish Arts Center in New York City has long recognized and represented this deep connection between the US and the Emerald Isle, showcasing Irish artists and performers from their New York City space since 1972.   

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A Tech Revolution: Reimagining the Museum of the Dog

December 31st, 2019

A Tech Revolution: Reimagining the Museum of the Dog Technology has transformed the way the world consumes media—and art is no exception. Today, museums around the globe have embraced technology as a means of enhancing the visitor’s experience. So, when the American Kennel Club (AKC) decided it was time to return the Museum of the Dog (MOD) to its New York City roots, they saw the move as the perfect opportunity to bring the museum into the 21st century. 

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Andrew Weinberg Joins LF Driscoll Healthcare as Director of Business Development

December 5th, 2019

New York, NY (December 6, 2019) – Industry veteran Andrew Weinberg, FSMPS, CPSM, has joined LF Driscoll Healthcare as its new Director of Business Development. Based in New York City, Weinberg will help support the company’s continued expansion into New York’s growing healthcare market.

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Layton Construction to join the STO Building Group

December 4th, 2019

NEW YORK /SALT LAKE CITY (December 4, 2019) – Today the STO Building Group and Layton Construction announced their intent for the nationally-ranked commercial construction firm to join the STO family of companies.

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Podcast: Building Hope with Make-A-Wish (Bonus Episode)

November 19th, 2019

How can the AEC industry band together to give back? Tune in to our special bonus episode to find out how NYC's real estate and construction community has joined forces with Make-A-Wish to bring joy to little New Yorkers living with critical illnesses.

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THE NEW LAW FIRM Can Law Firms Think Outside The Box?

November 18th, 2019

THE NEW LAW FIRM Can Law Firms Think Outside The Box? Law firms around the globe have slowly started incorporating flexibility into the work environment. But in an industry where confidentiality is king, creating a space that fosters transparency and collaboration, while allowing for privacy, is challenging to say the least.

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Work, Live, Play–AND STAY Pendry Manhattan West

November 18th, 2019

Work, Live, Play–AND STAY Pendry Manhattan West The west side of Midtown Manhattan is having a moment. For decades, the acres around the rail yards were largely seen as undevelopable given the industrial use. But now, Hudson Yards has activated the entire area as a mix of residential, office and retail buildings that have truly become a destination.

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Flexibility and Adaptability: What’s Next for Workplace Design

October 15th, 2019

Collaboration. Connection. Choice. Those have been the operative words in office design over the last few years, particularly as the open-plan concept has taken hold. How are those ideas changing the workplace, and where are we headed next? We spoke with three workplace design experts to get their take on the workplace then, now and in the future.

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Two NYC Towers Built by Pavarini McGovern Top Out in Last Month

September 24th, 2019

Two New York City towers being built by Pavarini McGovern have topped out in the last several weeks: The residential tower at 100 Vandam and Brookfield’s Pendry Manhattan West hotel.

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Joseph Kirk named president of construction management firm Govan Brown

July 30th, 2019

Toronto, ON (July 30, 2019) – Joseph Kirk has been named President of construction management firm Govan Brown, overseeing the company’s operations across Canada. Kirk follows the leadership of the company’s senior partners, Ralph Govan, John Brown and Jon Taylor.

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Marisa Chambers joins STO Building Group as EEO & Diversity Manager

July 23rd, 2019

Marisa Chambers has joined the STO Building Group in the new position of EEO & Diversity Manager. In this role, Chambers will assist with project pursuits with EEO requirements as well help guide the firm’s continued diversity and inclusion efforts.

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