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David Adams and Donal Lyons Named to ENR Regional’s 2018 Top Young Professionals

February 10th, 2018

Account Executive David Adams and Virtual Construction Manager Donal Lyons have both been named to ENR Regional’s 2018 Top Young Professionals. This competition recognizes the best and brightest construction and design professionals under the age of 40. Based in Structure Tone’s Woodbridge, NJ office, David Adams is an account executive with diverse client and project experience.

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UNLOCKING LIFE’S POSSIBLITIES: Intarcia Therapeutics

February 8th, 2018

“Everything you do as a company—everything you say, how you express yourself—counts. Everything.

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GIVING BACK: Life-Changing Surgery for Kids with Cerebral Palsy

February 6th, 2018

Ella is 4 years old and loves swimming and gymnastics. Alex is 6 and competes in karate. Sophie is 7 and takes ballet and makes her own YouTube videos. While each of these kids has his or her own unique personality, charms and hobbies, they do have one thing in common: they all have cerebral palsy.

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LF DRISCOLL Healthcare Center of Excellence

February 1st, 2018

Over 80% of the workforce at LF Driscoll has experience building healthcare facilities. And that expertise is in high demand-not only by their clients. Within the Structure Tone organization, LFD's healthcare experts were increasingly being asked to share their knowhow with other markets and areas of the country.   That’s when the lightbulb went on.

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MOVING MEDICINE Forward

January 30th, 2018

Reading Health System's main hospital campus is in the heart of the city, an urban hub of nearly 88,000 people and the county seat for more rural surrounding towns and villages of Berks County. The largest of its kind in Pennsylvania, the hospital's expansive green roof provides healing space for patients and reduces stormwater runoff.

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Bigger and Better for Shire

January 26th, 2018

Since its founding in 1986, biotechnology firm Shire has grown to become a global leader in treatments for rare diseases. Now at almost 24,000 employees, this kind of growth inevitably brings changes in real estate needs.

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BUILDING THE FUTURE OF DENTISTRY

January 22nd, 2018

Building medical facilities of any kind can involve a host of special circumstances, from intense infection control practices to incorporating leading-edge equipment and systems. But when that medical facility is also a teaching institution, the equipment, technology and user population adds a whole new level of challenges.

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INFECTION CONTROL IN HEALTHCARE CONSTRUCTION: What You Should Know

January 18th, 2018

By Charles Steiner and Ray McDonald For obvious reasons, infection control isn’t just a “best practice” in healthcare construction. It’s a responsibility, a moral duty and even a legal obligation. Over 100,000 people die each year from hospital-acquired infections (HAIs), and 5% to 7% can be directly attributed to construction.

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PRESS RELEASE: Adam Rowe Joins Structure Tone as Divisional Director

January 16th, 2018

Rowe leads International construction firm’s Interiors in London LONDON, UK (Jan 2018) – Construction professional Adam Rowe has joined the London office of construction management specialist Structure Tone. Rowe now leads the company’s Interiors division, focusing on fit-out and refurbishment projects from £0-£10m.

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Q&A with Adam Rowe, Structure Tone International’s New Divisional Director

January 16th, 2018

Construction professional Adam Rowe has joined our London office as the divisional director of Interiors. Here Adam shares some of his background and goals for his new role with Structure Tone. Q/ Where were you working before you joined Structure Tone London? A/ Previously I worked at Tetris-Bluu (now Tetris) as head of traditional business.

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TRANSFORMING THE LANDSCAPE of Dementia

January 16th, 2018

For nearly 40 years, the Alzheimer’s Society has been working to provide care, support and research for people with dementia and those who care for them.

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QUALITY CARE, TECHNOLOGY, AND EMPATHY: Q & A with Judith Kratka of Abington-Jefferson Health

January 15th, 2018

  Much has changed in the healthcare landscape over the course of 30 years. And Judith Kratka has seen it all. Kratka is the corporate director of facilities planning and sustainability at Abington Health, which combined with Jefferson in May 2015 to become Abington – Jefferson Health.

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CHARTING NEW TERRITORY in Child Healthcare

January 12th, 2018

Cutting-edge healthcare takes a cutting-edge facility. The new Medical Behavioral Unit at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) is just that kind of place—the first in the country to specialize in patients with primarily acute medical issues who also have behavioral health needs. “This kind of project has never been built before.

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RESTING EASY IN DALLAS Children’s Health Sleep Disorders Center

January 10th, 2018

It was a classic case of good news/bad news when Children’s Health determined to open a new pediatric sleep disorders center near their Dallas campus. The good news was an unused existing building was available right on the edge of campus. The bad news? The building sits along active railroad tracks.

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IPD in Action: Building the Pavilion at Penn Medicine

January 8th, 2018

This spring, Penn Medicine announced what it calls the “largest capital project in Penn’s history,” and Philadelphia’s “most sophisticated and ambitious healthcare building project.” The new Penn Medicine Pavilion will ultimately house 500 patient rooms and 47 operating rooms across its 17 floors and 1.5 million square feet. And while the $1.

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A GROWING NETWORK OF CARE

January 5th, 2018

As one of the largest healthcare networks in the state, New Jersey’s Atlantic Health System is constantly working to upgrade its facilities to provide the absolute best care to its communities.

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Structure Tone Southwest walks 40 miles for charity, capping off 40 charitable events throughout 2017

November 17th, 2017

The walk celebrates Structure Tone Southwest’s 40th anniversary and year of “40 Good Deeds” On November 17 nearly 80 employees from the Dallas office of Structure Tone Southwest walked a cumulative 40 miles to support Toys for Tots and to cap off a year of giving back to the North Texas community.

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LESS is more…

November 13th, 2017

Richard Brandon, Director of Mission Critical at Structure Tone International, looks at the merits of Design & Build procurement for data centre projects and why clients should design less to get more.   Clients who are considering new data centre or critical engineering projects have a variety of procurement routes to choose from.

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Four Approaches to Building a Data Center

November 3rd, 2017

One size rarely fits all—and that’s certainly the case when it comes to building data centers. A uniform design and construction approach will not always apply, as the geographic, functional, financial and other circumstances of a specific project typically influence its direction.

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Christopher Shaw Joins Structure Tone as LF Driscoll Healthcare Leader

October 30th, 2017

Healthcare construction specialist Christopher Shaw has joined LF Driscoll Healthcare and the Structure Tone organization as Vice President, Healthcare Leader to oversee the company’s expanding work in the healthcare market. “Healthcare is evolving rapidly and faces many challenges.

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