Structure Tone Hires Rebecca Leonardis as VP, Marketing and Corporate Communications

2016.0208.Re-S.Rebecca LeonardisStructure Tone, a leading global full-service construction services provider, announced the hiring of Rebecca Leonardis as Vice President, Marketing and Corporate Communications responsible for building the company’s brand. Leonardis will be based in the Structure Tone’s New York headquarters and report to Chief Executive Officer, Robert Mullen.

Leonardis joins Structure Tone following a 15 year career with Stantec where she most recently served as Regional Marketing Manager for the Northeast Region of this well-known consulting engineering and design firm specializing in healthcare, education and commercial clients.

“We’re excited Rebecca is on board because she brings a proven track-record in marketing, public relations and social media in the AEC industry.Ā  She is ideally suited to support our continued growth and elevate our marketing and communication objectives,” said Robert Mullen.

At Stantec, Leonardis managed a team of more than 25 marketing and design professionals.Ā  She played a significant role in Stantec’s recent brand refresh as well as the design and implementation of a new, content-driven website. She also facilitated their bi-annual business planning and strategic marketing meetings, managed the marketing budget and assisted with business development strategies.

Prior to joining Stantec, Leonardis held public relations and marketing roles of increasing responsibility at Vollmer Associates, HLW International and Thornton Tomasetti Group.

About the Structure Tone Organization
The Structure Tone Organization is a global leader in construction management, services and general contracting, comprised of the independent companies Structure Tone, Inc.; Structure Tone Southwest, Inc.; Structure Tone (UK), Inc.; Pavarini Construction Co., Inc.; Pavarini McGovern, LLC; and L.F. Driscoll Company, LLC. The Structure Tone Organization employs more than 1,500 professionals in the U.S,, UK,Ā IrelandĀ andĀ Asia, responsible for more than $3.5BĀ in annual construction volume.