By Stephen Dennis, Estimating Manager, Structure Tone and Jennifer Taranto, Director of Sustainability, STO Building Group
As life science companies continue to roll out vaccines, businesses are preparing for employees to safely return to the office. STO Building Group is actively...Read More
When New York City’s Irish Arts Center began its plans for a new building, inclusivity was always a goal.
“We had an opportunity to create a home for many different kinds of artists,” says Aidan Connolly, executive director of Irish Arts...Read More
For the last two years, the Sustainable Construction Leaders (SCL) group, facilitated by BuildingGreen, has been working on an initiative to redefine the idea of what it means to be a green contractor—and it’s called the “Contractor’s Commitment.”
STO Building Group’s...Read More
The history of Pavarini North East Construction perfectly illustrates the company’s culture—they’re all about relationships and adapting to changes in what their clients need. For 125 years, they have been building the places that shape communities, from brand-new museums and...Read More
Pre-pandemic, the life sciences sector was growing rapidly throughout the Northeast United States. Now, with all eyes on the industry developing and manufacturing the vaccine, five markets across the region—Boston-Cambridge, Washington DC, New Jersey, Philadelphia, and New York City—were named...Read More
There’s a lively vibe at 299 Park Avenue, Fisher Brothers’ 44-story office tower between East 48th and 49th Streets. The new look—which reimagined the building’s lobby space and included an interactive, cinematic art display—reflects the renewed energy up and down...Read More
Founded in 1907, the University of Hawaii at Manoa hosted 5 freshmen, 5 preparatory students, and 13 faculty in temporary quarters near Honolulu’s Thomas Square. Well over 100 years later, the school has opened its latest addition on its modern...Read More
It’s no secret that the greater Boston area—and Cambridge, in particular—is a national hot spot for life sciences firms. Has the pandemic affected that status? Are there other cities on Boston’s heels? Industry experts Charles Murphy of JB&B and Tim...Read More
In 2016, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced LifeSci NYC, a $500M, 10-year plan to grow the city’s life sciences industry and to create thousands of jobs. Developers are taking notice, including King Street Properties, who has seized...Read More
As Pennsylvania’s largest university, Penn State is a natural incubator for smart, creative potential entrepreneurs. In 2015, the university launched Invent Penn State to further nurture and harness that creativity through accelerator programs, coworking space, funding, networking, and other guidance.