Boston’s Seaport area is one of the city’s latest up-and-coming neighborhoods, and companies have been jumping at the chance to secure a spot in one of the area’s many new office towers.
One of those companies is MullenLowe, a well-established marketing...Read More
While BIM and other tools have gradually helped bring virtual collaboration into construction, much of the process has continued to be done in person. But COVID-19 changed everything. With limitations on who can be on-site, virtual collaboration has become critical...Read More
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...Read More
Structure Tone London has won the contract to fit out HAVAS’ new ‘HAVAS Village’ in St. Pancras Square.
HAVAS is one of the world's largest global communications groups. Founded in 1835 in Paris, the group now employs 18,000 people in over...Read More
How the fit-out industry uses BIM today
BIM is a powerful process, through which companies from across the built environment sector can design better buildings more quickly and deliver structured data.
The anonymous survey, which was sent to a select group of senior...Read More
[vc_row css_animation="" row_type="row" use_row_as_full_screen_section="no" type="full_width" text_align="left" box_shadow_on_row="no"][vc_column][vc_column_text]Building Information Modeling (BIM) processes, in some form or another, have been around for nearly 20 years. However, in 2007 the UK government issued a country-wide mandate that set out four levels of BIM...Read More
Dublin, Ireland, with a population of just 1.3 million, is home to nearly every major global technology firm you can imagine, including Facebook, Google, Intel, Oracle, Yahoo!, Ancestry.com and Prometric. Structure Tone spoke recently with John Rattigan, Managing Director, and...Read More
Watch how Structure Tone London in-house virtual construction team couples laser scanning, BIM, clash detection, 3D printing, 4D scheduling and 5D cost extraction to improve planning, estimating, save time and budget.