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THE VIEW FROM ABOVE: Drones for Construction

October 5th, 2018

Although drones got their start in military operations, they have become engrained in almost every aspect of our culture, from package delivery to wedding photography. Drones are becoming increasingly useful for construction too, especially for large-scale, out of-the-ground projects.

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Construction industry veteran Tony Milsom joins Structure Tone London

August 21st, 2018

Construction industry veteran Tony Milsom joins Structure Tone London   Seasoned construction professional Tony Milsom has joined Structure Tone’s London office as Project Executive.   Milsom will be lending his considerable experience to overseeing Structure Tone’s work to fit out the new offices of Ashurst LLP at the Fruits & Wool Exchange in Spitalfields.

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Structure Tone and EcoRise team up to educate the world’s next generation of green leaders

August 20th, 2018

New York, NY (August 13, 2018) – EcoRise, the school-based nonprofit which develops curriculum, training and grants for teachers educating K–12 students on sustainability topics, and construction management firm Structure Tone are joining forces to train teachers across the country on how to bring sustainability, leadership and innovation into their classrooms.

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This is the Year of Engineering

August 13th, 2018

  This is the Year of Engineering by Mark Jones, MEP Executive, Structure Tone International   No doubt there are many engineers who recall the historic moment of a parent saying, “Don’t think you will be sitting at home all day when you finish school; you must get a trade.

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Structure Tone Adds Two to Growing Philly Office

July 23rd, 2018

Structure Tone’s growing Philadelphia office has added two new professionals to its team. Kaitlyn Blazer has joined the office as Business Development Manager, and Stephen Dennis as Estimating Manager.     Kaitlyn has been working in marketing and business development in Philadelphia’s construction industry for the last seven years.

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[PRESS RELEASE] Structure Tone completes reposition of historic Twenty St. James’s Street

July 16th, 2018

Structure Tone completes reposition of historic Twenty St. James’s Street The complex refurbishment of the commercial office building at 20 St. James’s Street is now complete, creating a high-quality, modern, sophisticated West End office building.

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Structure Tone Southwest Moves into New Austin Office

July 10th, 2018

Structure Tone Southwest has relocated its Austin office, moving into a modern, larger space to accommodate our growth in the Austin market.   “With this move, we can better serve our clients as we invest in the growing Austin market and the future of Structure Tone Southwest,” says Joseph Cribbin, president of Structure Tone Southwest.

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Welcome to Wowtown

June 28th, 2018

Founded in 2002 and based in the City of Philadelphia, extreme value retailer Five Below has been growing in leaps and bounds, now with over 640 stores across the country.

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Structure Tone win London’s largest legal fit out

June 26th, 2018

ashurstimage PROJECT WIN: We are delighted to announce we have been selected by Ashurst to deliver the firm's new London office!   Ashurst's relocation to the newly refurbished London Fruit & Wool Exchange in Spitalfields will be a once in a generation move for the leading international law firm.

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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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STO For The Win!

June 19th, 2018

Structure Tone’s quarterly magazine, STO Insights, has been recognized for its outstanding graphics and content by Graphic Design USA and the Society of Marketing Professional Services. Structure Tone’s STO Insights magazine won a Liberty Award in the New York chapter of the Society of Marketing Professional Services’ Marketing Communication Awards (MCA).

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Structure Tone’s Red Hat Project Wins IFMA Boston People’s Choice Award

June 19th, 2018

More than 2,500 people cast their vote   Structure Tone’s Boston office came out a winner in this year’s Awards of Excellence program for the Boston chapter of the International Facility Management Association (IFMA).

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Crain’s includes three Structure Tone projects in its “Five Coolest Offices in New York 2018”

June 13th, 2018

This year, Crain’s conducted an open-ended survey to determine New York City’s five coolest office spaces. Crain’s criteria were flexible, but the space’s aesthetics, functionality, sustainability and innovative aspects all factored into the publication’s ultimate decision to include three of Structure Tones’ projects in their final list: Gensler, Itochu International and Nixon Peabody.

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Ultimate Experience: Sewell BMW of Grapevine

June 12th, 2018

The Sewell family of auto dealerships in Texas has always put the customer experience at the center of their business. As they put it, they’re aiming to build “customers for life.” The company’s newest dealership in Grapevine, Texas puts that purpose on display with a building that creates an experience not only for customers, but also for associates.

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Giving Back: Hurricane Harvey Relief

June 8th, 2018

Last August, Hurricane Harvey ravaged the southern United States and the Caribbean, hitting the Houston, Texas region especially hard. Reports estimate that the storm left over $125 billion of damage in its wake, tying it with Hurricane Katrina as the costliest hurricane in recorded US history, according to the National Hurricane Center.

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The Key to Construction Process Success? Pre-Construction

June 6th, 2018

In my 22 years in construction on both the client and contractor side,  it is clear to me that the aim of any client and project team has remained simple: to be as efficient as possible.   What is one of the most effective ways to achieve that goal? The pre-construction processes.

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Back at Home for the Boston Globe

June 5th, 2018

Sixty years ago, the Boston Globe left downtown Boston to open a large newsroom and printing complex on the outskirts of the city. The workplace mirrored what was standard for a newspaper at the time—cubicles, telephones, stacks of paper and lots of beige.

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What is the Passive House Standard and Why Should You Care?

May 30th, 2018

By Chris Donnelly, project manager, LF Driscoll Initiated in Europe, Passive House is a third-party sustainable building standard that has started to pick up steam in the US. Passive building involves a set of quantifiable, performance-oriented design principles.

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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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