You cannot install STP cable unless the rest of the equipment you're using is going to properly ground the cable. So you'd need a patch panel that is going to ground all the connectors that are plugged in. STP cable is much harder to work with as well as the shielding makes the cable very stiff. You also need to purchase special RJ45's for STP to allow for a shielded connection.
One more thing to add:
When you're running network cable in any environment you need to be aware of where you're running it. You should keep it at least 3feet from florescent fixtures (the ballast especially) and you should always cross 120v/240v lines at right angles. CAT5e/6 should never be run parallel to power lines. When terminating, you should untwist the cable no more than 1/2inch. I just ran some line in one of our stations and had to keep it 6 feet from the 480V 3phase VFD's to prevent interference. I did not run STP, but just kept aware of the potential issues so I could use UTP.