Browsing: Innovation

With a robust network of over 4,700 construction professionals, the STO Building Group is rich with experts spanning all facets of the construction industry. That means local project teams can readily access that companywide expertise and experience for the benefit of their clients and projects. Here, we highlight just a few of these experts and their areas of specialization.

When we think of “innovation,” we tend to think of ideation sessions with colorful stickers or “Hack-a-thon” type events. But innovation is much more. It’s a state of mind—a strategic approach to planning—and it happens every day at STO Building Group.

As builders, one of our core markets is corporate interiors, which adds up to over 2,500 small projects every year. These “day two” projects, as they’re often called, can range in size from $10,000 to $5M and, from a schedule perspective, anywhere from just a few days to several months. Managing these fast paced projects with multiple stakeholders and many moving parts is one of the industry’s toughest challenges. While our project teams are well versed in the nature of these fast-track projects, we know they can be challenging for our subcontractors and partners to keep up with, let alone our clients and project stakeholders.

What is Day 2+? Join Executive Chairman of STOBG, Jim Donaghy, SVP of Technical Operations, Steve Neeson, and Structure Tone New York’s Director of Special Projects, Marc DeLuca as they explore how this cutting-edge platform will transform the construction process, the roles of project team members, and the way CMs collaborate with clients and partners. (Part 2 of 2)

What is Day 2+? Join Executive Chairman of STOBG, Jim Donaghy, SVP of Technical Operations, Steve Neeson, and Structure Tone New York’s Director of Special Projects, Marc DeLuca as they explore how this cutting-edge platform will transform the construction process, the roles of project team members, and the way CMs collaborate with clients and partners. (Part 1 of 2)

In an industry that’s historically been slow to adopt new technologies, the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) fields present incredible opportunities for tech investors and developers alike. Determined to drive innovative change from within, Thornton Tomasetti, SHoP Architects, Syska Hennessy, and STO Building Group formed AEC Angels, a venture capital fund focused specifically on assessing, testing, funding, and accelerating promising AEC technologies.