Structure Tone Exhibits at ERAPPA's 62nd Annual Education Facility Conference
|Structure Tone, a leading education facility builder, will proudly exhibit at ERAPPA’s 62nd Annual Meeting, September 30 through October 3 in Philadelphia, PA. The expo will be October 1st and 2nd and Structure Tone will be at Booth #50. |
Education construction professionals from Structure Tone will be participating in the education sessions and panel discussions. Our attendees bring with them a wealth of education construction experience that includes renovation, expansion and new construction for schools and universities ranging from classrooms to dormitories and athletic facilities to science labs.
The annual summit draws senior leaders from education facilities, design firms and construction companies who are interested in working together to advance the education facilities and environment. Tim McGee, Vice President and Education Sector Leader; Greg Ferguson, Chief Operating Officer; and Kristin Poulin, Lisa Westerfield and Trish Harrington, business development directors will be at Structure Tone’s Booth #50 ready to share their education construction management expertise.
Having built over 15M sf of educational facilities on urban and suburban higher education campuses, the Structure Tone organization’s notable projects in the Philadelphia area include Temple University’s Mitchell and Hilarie Morgan Hall, currently under construction; University of Pennsylvania Fisher-Bennett Hall School of Arts and Sciences and The Wharton School-Jon M. Huntman Hall, which won the Excellence Award for Best Institutional Project awarded by GBCA.
The Structure Tone organization refers to a group of independent companies including Structure Tone, Inc.; Structure Tone Southwest, Inc.; Structure Tone (UK), Inc.; Pavarini Construction Co., Inc.; Pavarini McGovern, LLC; and L.F. Driscoll Company, LLC. Each member company is an independent entity operating and providing services solely under its own name. STO collectively employs over 1,350 professionals; has 21 offices in the US, UK, Ireland and Asia; and puts in place over $2.8B in annual construction volume.
Pictured above: University of Pennsylvania’s The Wharton School