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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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BOUNCING BACK IN BROOKLYN BRIDGE PARK

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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Sign of the Times: 719 Seventh Avenue

August 9th, 2017

Sometimes called the Crossroads of the World, Times Square has certainly earned its place as the most famous retail and entertainment hub in the country—even the world. So when SL Green Realty Corporation had the opportunity to redevelop an underused property in the center of the action, they jumped at the chance.

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Making Connections: How to Build a Feature Staircase

August 8th, 2017

As the trend for more open, collaborative workplaces has gained steam, the feature staircase has become one of, if not the, signature statements of the modern office. These open, striking staircases not only “wow” visitors with their high-end finishes and bold design, but have also become a central gathering space.

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Docking Station: Bringing High-Tech Infrastructure to a Historic Waterfront

August 7th, 2017

Thomson Reuters has just completed a major construction and critical engineering project in London’s Docklands, delivered by Structure Tone Mission Critical. We asked the Director of Critical Services Engineering, Jay Ahmed, for his thoughts on the project—one of the highest-risk projects Thomson Reuters has undertaken to its global portfolio.

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Power to the People

August 4th, 2017

Southwest Airlines is clear about one thing: they put people first. In fact, the company’s stated purpose is to “connect people to what is important in their lives.” That purpose extends to their employees too. So when the company wanted to refresh its 3,500-person corporate headquarters in Dallas, Texas, they went straight to their people for inspiration.

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Taking a Break for Safety

August 3rd, 2017

By John P. Fuente, senior project manager, LF Driscoll On a construction job site, safety always comes first. As construction managers, part of our job is to reinforce that message across the entire site, day in and day out. But sometimes—especially on large jobs—that message can become so routine that the crew starts to tune it out.

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The Efficient Workplace: Have We Peaked?

August 1st, 2017

With the rise of the open-plan workplace, companies have seemingly embraced a new way of working and of using space.

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Keith Haselman Joins Structure Tone as New Head of Safety

July 31st, 2017

Industry veteran Keith Haselman has joined Structure Tone as our new Senior Vice President of Safety, Health and Environment. Keith takes the reins from Gary Di Paolo, who recently retired after developing and leading our safety programs over the last decade.

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Northern Exposure

April 25th, 2017

Last summer, Structure Tone expanded its geographic reach into northern New England, establishing a base in New Hampshire and tackling over a dozen projects throughout the region in just a few months. These projects ranged from the restoration of 200-year-old buildings on some of America’s oldest academic campuses to renovations to corporate office headquarters.

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A Tale of Two Cities—With a Common Goal

April 18th, 2017

As construction professionals, Structure Tone has built some of the most modern, collaborative and inspiring workplaces for companies of all shapes and sizes. But as trends and working styles evolved over time, some of our own offices weren't necessarily keeping up.

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Big-Picture Building

April 13th, 2017

Toothpaste. Deodorant. Soap. Pet food. Colgate-Palmolive makes them all. Such a big company has big needs when it comes to space. So when Colgate decided to enhance their Global Technology Center in Piscataway, New Jersey, and consolidate some operations from other facilities, they knew expansion would require some long-term vision.

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Structure Tone Southwest Named a Certified “Tilt-Up” Company

April 7th, 2017

Structure Tone Southwest is now one of only a handful of contractors across the country to become a Certified Tilt-Up Company. Led by the Tilt-Up Concrete Association, this certification focuses on safety and quality control in using the “tilt-up” construction method, which involves casting and erecting concrete wall panels on site and then “tilting” them up into position.

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IWBI ANNOUNCES FIRST WELL CERTIFIED™ PROJECT IN NYC

March 28th, 2017

Structure Tone’s new office in Manhattan achieves WELL Certification at the Silver Level; Marks first WELL Certified™ Project in New York.

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Should We Stay Or Should We Go? What It Means to Restack

March 28th, 2017

When a company’s office lease is coming to an end, it’s time to answer a tricky question: should we re-up and stay, or should we go? Both will inevitably involve some disruption and, likely, some costs, particularly if staying means making some improvements.

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