The largest private collection of post-impressionist and modernist artworks moved to a new home this year in downtown Philadelphia. Honored as the Best Cultural/Worship Project in the Mid-Atlantic, The Barnes Foundation opened a 93,000sf, LEED Platinum art gallery and education center. Constructed by L.F. Driscoll the project delicately balanced the growing needs of the Foundation and the founders wishes to preserve the works of art as he left them.
International Interior Design Association—Mid-Atlantic Chapter
Structure Tone's DC office managed the construction for three projects that were honored with awards:
The historic renovation and preservation of The Academy of Music in center city Philadelphia was recognized with an Honor Award for Interior Architecture. "Beautiful execution of historic preservation. The fact that this entry was so well documented and expertly executed, down to every faithful detail, makes us proud to revere the past and keep it ever present," noted one juror.
American Institute of Architects (AIA) New York Chapter
Cathedral of Hope was honored with an Excellence in Construction Award for the construction of the new LEED Silver certified cultural center. The award is presented to the nation's highest quality construction projects.
Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) Texas Building Branch
Denbury Resources Inc. was honored with an Outstanding Construction Award for the LEED certified interior-fit out of their new corporate offices.
Cathedral of Hope was recognized with an Outstanding Construction Award in the Building Category for the construction of the new LEED Silver certified cultural center.
200 Fifth Avenue recognized by BOMA/NY with a 2010-2011 Pinnacle Award for best Renovated Building. The landmark building was converted into a first-class, LEED Gold office building.
575 Fifth Avenue was the recipient of the 2010-2011 Pinnacle Award for best Corporate Facility. Transformed during a multi-year renovation, Structure Tone performed selective demolition, rebuilt the core and shell, replaced the façade and installed new infrastructure, as well as built a new lobby and atrium.
The Bank of America Tower at One Bryant Park was honored with two 2010-2011 Pinnacle Awards—New Construction and the Earth Award. Providing the interior fit-out for the bank and the majority of the building tenants, Structure Tone ensured that the construction program met their design goals and sustainability objectives.
Structure Tone Southwest’s Matt Mazurek, Britt McKinney and David Angelo were presented with a SPIRIT of Performance Award for their work on the Transportation Control Center project in Bartlesville, OK. The annual awards recognize those who demonstrate excellence in Safety, People, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation and Teamwork.
Construction Management Association of America (CMAA)
Structure Tone earned an honorable mention at the 18th Annual Metro NY/NJ CMAA Awards Banquet for its success in delivering HOK’s new 34,000sf LEED Platinum office.
CoreNetGlobal New England Chapter
Ropes & Gray received an Award of Excellence—Best Workplace for their new LEED Gold office fit-out.
ENR New York
HOK's newly constructed 34,000sf LEED Platinum offices , managed by Structure Tone, was awarded Best Interior Design/Tenant Improvement project by ENR New York.
ENR Texas & Louisiana
Cathedral of Hope was honored with the Best Cultural/Worship project award for the construction of the new LEED Silver certified cultural center.
Denbury Resources Inc. was recognized with the Best Office award for the LEED certified interior-fit out of their new corporate offices.
Interior Design Magazine
Proskauer's new LEED Gold offices in New York City were selected as a Merit Award Winner for Best Office Extra Large Over 100,000sf.
A confidential auto credit client's new LEED Gold offices in Texas were honored with a Merit Award for Best Office Mid-Size 10,000-50,000sf.
International Facility Management Association (IFMA) Boston
Ropes & Gray was honored with the top award Boston Best Practices for Large Projects. The new LEED Gold offices occupy over 18 floors of the Prudential Center and are home to over 1,800 employees.
International Facility Management Association (IFMA) New York City
The Standard Chartered Bank fit-out was the proud recipient of the Design & Construction Award for a New Project over $200K. The facility was also recognized for being a LEED project.
International Interior Design Association (IIDA) New England Chapter
The Analysis Group project in Boston, MA was grateful for the recognition and honor of winning First Place, Office 30,000-80,000sf. The renovation and expansion of their office created a private work environment for all their employees, unique in todays open plan work environment.
Johnson & Johnson
Project team honored with safety award for no lost time incidents on the Spring Hill, PA campus renovation project.
NJ Governor's Annual OSHA Safety and Health Awards
Structure Tone was honored by the Governor for achieving safety excellence, congratulations to the:
Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA)
Roy Somerfield of Structure Tone International was honored with a Gold Award from RoSPA for achieving a very high level of performance, demonstrating well developed occupational health and safety management systems and culture, outstanding control of risk and very low levels of error, harm and loss.
TEXO, the Construction Organization
Denbury Resources Inc. was honored with a Distinguished Construction Award for the LEED certified interior-fit out of their new corporate offices.
Cathedral of Hope was recognized with a Distinguished Construction Award in the Building Category for the construction of the new LEED Silver certified cultural center.
The Greater New York Construction Users Council
Setai Fifth Avenue Hotelwas honored as one of New York City’s Top Projects of 2011 in the Hospitality category. The development involved erecting a new, 567,000sf, 57-story (two levels below grade plus mechanical penthouse) mixed-use building with 372,000sf of residential space, 195,000sf for The Setai hotel, with parking and retail completing the scope.
The Liberty Chapter of Philadelphia
A Liberty Award was presented to L.F. Driscoll in recognition of exceptional safety and quality standards.
The New York Landmarks Conservancy
The modernization of St. Patrick's Cathedral Rectory was recognized with a Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award from the New York Landmarks Conservancy, their highest honors for outstanding preservation efforts. The award is given to projects that demonstrate excellence in the restoration, preservation or adaptive use of historic buildings, streetscapes and landscaped.
2010—Awarded for Construction Quality and Craftsmanship
American Institute of Architects (AIA) New York Chapter