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Manage a law firm for long enough and you will inevitably face the following question: what do we do with this office space?
Life sciences buildings have unique space requirements for office and laboratory areas. This combination can be an economic challenge for new construction, however, especially in urban cores. Repositioning an existing building is one way to deliver a modern workspace with a compelling backstory.
Written By Pat Toner, VP/Life Science Sector Leader, STO Building GroupWith all eyes on the life sciences sector during the…
In late 2021, Schrödinger, a company whose physics-based computational platform is transforming the way therapeutics and materials are discovered, retained the Structure Tone Boston team as a construction management partner to help build their Cambridge, MA office.
As the life sciences sector has exploded in recent years, developers have jumped at the opportunity to repurpose commercial office space and other buildings for research and office space. But another type of life sciences facility is emerging—and bringing with it a new set of real estate requirements and expertise.
One of the biggest benefits of being part of the STOBG family is leveraging one another’s strengths. This month, our Quality 360° team partnered with experienced life sciences builder and Structure Tone Boston superintendent, Jim Mulkern, to discuss best practices during one of the most critical processes of any life sciences project—air duct leak testing.