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Structure Tone announces merger with West Coast construction company

The Structure Tone Organization (STO) and BCCI Construction Company announced that the California-based commercial construction firm will join the STO family of companies.

The merger expands STO’s geographic reach to the West Coast and provides BCCI with access to the organization’s global network and resources.

“We have been looking to expand to the West Coast for some time,” said STO CEO Robert Mullen.

“BCCI provides the market reputation, service offering and premier client base STO was looking for and shares our same core values and client-first way of doing business.”

Founded in 1986, BCCI is a full-service construction company with offices in San Francisco and Mountain View, California.

The firm’s building expertise, integrated service offerings and portfolio of ground-up, renovation, historic restoration, tenant improvements and sustainable projects have made BCCI one of the leading general construction firms in California.

Notable BCCI clients include Google, Adobe, Accenture, Bosch and Veritas Technologies.

“The Structure Tone organization has been a trusted partner of ours for over 25 years, and we share the same dedicated focus to client service and seamless project delivery,” said Michael Scribner, BCCI CEO.

“Formalizing our existing partnership expands our reach geographically, provides more opportunities for our employees, and aligns with our future growth plans for the business.”

STO recently restructured its ownership model to extend company ownership to all employees and a small group of investors.

Since then, Canadian firm Govan Brown and US firm Ajax Building Corporation have merged with the organization.

BCCI will retain its name, logo and cultural identity, and its current leaders will retain an ownership position in the organization and maintain their roles as the senior leadership team of the business.

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