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West Coast construction firm BCCI joins the Structure Tone Organization

May 16th, 2019

West Coast construction firm BCCI joins the Structure Tone Organization BCCI is STO’s first US West Coast location New York, NY/San Francisco, CA (May 15, 2019) – Today the Structure Tone Organization (STO) and BCCI Construction Company announced that the California-based commercial construction firm will join the STO family of companies.

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Edward Tyll Joins LF Driscoll Healthcare as NY Healthcare Estimating Manager

May 9th, 2019

New York, NY (May 9, 2019) – Construction veteran Edward Tyll has joined LF Driscoll Healthcare and the Structure Tone organization as Healthcare Estimating Manager. Based in the New York City office, Tyll will help support the company’s continued expansion into New York’s growing healthcare market.

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Montgomery Alexander joins the Structure Tone organization as Director of Internal Audit

January 17th, 2019

Internal audit expert and AEC veteran Montgomery Alexander has joined the Structure Tone organization’s compliance group as the new Director of Internal Audit. Based in the New York City office, Montgomery will help support the organization’s industry-leading compliance and ethics program.

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November 27th, 2018

The modern workplace has evolved considerably in just the last 10 years. The shift from segmented perimeter offices and center cubicles to open-plan, collaborative spaces happened quickly—and is still happening. That physical change, of course, reflects the more philosophical shift in work styles that has come with a more globally connected workforce and changing generational preferences.

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Speed, Communication and Consistency: 3D Modeling in the Cloud

November 18th, 2018

By now, nearly everyone in the world of design and construction is using some form of building information modeling, from architects and engineers to general contractors and their subs. But because each of these players has different programs, different tools and different capabilities, working a project through the BIM process can sometimes get clunky.

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November 7th, 2018

In the early days of virtual design and construction (VDC), it was seen as a differentiator, an edge for firms like Pavarini McGovern (PMG), who were pushing the limits of technology and innovation. But times have changed. Today’s clients have come to expect VDC in every stage of the project.

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Digital Transformation: How Technology Is Changing the Industry

October 21st, 2018

In the fast-paced world of construction technology, staying ahead of the curve is the only way to stay in the game.

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Blending the Old with the New: 100 Vandam

June 25th, 2018

With charming neighborhoods like Greenwich Village, TriBeCa and SoHo, Lower Manhattan long ago became one of Manhattan’s most sought-after residential areas. But a lesser-known district among those neighborhoods—the few blocks known as “Hudson Square” nestled between West Houston, Varick and Canal Streets—has been slower to transition.

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Sustainable Innovation with Historic Preservation

May 29th, 2018

When it comes to sustainability, New York City is now looking to one of the oldest institutions in the world—the Catholic church—as an innovator. As part of its nearly $200-million restoration effort, St. Patrick’s Cathedral recently updated its heating and cooling system, opting to install a 240-ton geothermal system that uses the ground’s energy to regulate building temperatures.

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April 18th, 2018

Like many industries, the commercial real estate business tends to be cyclical—a building gets updated to keep up with trends and tenant preferences, and eventually needs upgrading again as those trends change and the building ages. Savvy developers understand this cycle and plan their investment strategies accordingly.

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Designed for Dance

April 9th, 2018

For nearly 60 years, the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater has been performing for audiences across the globe, using their signature interpretation of the beauty and humanity of African-American heritage to unite people of all backgrounds. But New York City is their home.

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Structure Tone Promotes Stacey Dackson to Vice President, Special Projects

April 3rd, 2018

Structure Tone has promoted Stacey Dackson to Vice President & Director of Special Projects in the company’s New York office. Stacey joined Structure Tone in 2005 after working for several NYC-based construction and real estate firms.

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Collaborator in Chief: Q&A with Time Warner’s Joel Brenner

March 20th, 2018

Designer. Listener. Interpreter. Collaborator. Those are a just a few of the roles Joel Brenner brings to the table as the vice president of global project management for Time Warner. Structure Tone is working with Brenner and his team to build Time Warner’s 1.

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GIVING BACK: The National Multiple Sclerosis Society

October 20th, 2017

There’s nothing like a shared cause to bring people together in ways they might not have expected. That’s certainly Structure Tone’s experience when it comes to supporting the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

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October 11th, 2017

It’s not often that a company known for building high rises gets to work on a piece of public infrastructure. But that was exactly the case when Pavarini McGovern joined the team working to modify Brooklyn’s Squibb Park Bridge. © Julienne Schaer Squibb Park Bridge first opened in March 2013 and was an instant hit with the surrounding neighborhood.

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GAME CHANGER: Technology in the Field

September 15th, 2017

By Terrence Robbins, vice president, information technology, Structure Tone In the modern age of building construction, the process has always been fairly linear. The client expresses their requirements. The architect designs the building. The engineer designs the infrastructure. The construction manager leads construction with the assistance of specialized subcontractors.

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Canadian Construction Management Firm Govan Brown Joins the Structure Tone Organization

September 12th, 2017

The move expands Structure Tone’s footprint into Canada Today Structure Tone and Govan Brown announced that the Canadian construction management firm will join the Structure Tone family of companies, expanding Structure Tone’s geographic reach into Canada. “Structure Tone and Govan Brown have tremendous synergies and perfectly complement each other’s businesses and client rosters,” says Structure Tone CEO Robert Mullen.

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Hudson Yards: A New City Rising

September 8th, 2017

“The new heart of New York.” That’s the bold expectation set out on the website of Hudson Yards, the massive mixed-use development under way along New York City’s far West Side. Now with more than half of the 28-acre site well into redevelopment, that vision is getting closer and closer to becoming reality.

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Amping Up the Collision Coefficient at BCG’s New York Offices

September 7th, 2017

“Unlock insight.” “Challenge established thinking.” “Drive transformation.” Reading through the mission of global firm Boston Consulting Group, it’s no secret that encouraging innovation is in their DNA. It’s only fitting then that when the company looked to relocate their New York City offices, they targeted a location like no other: the first tower built in Hudson Yards.

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