Get a look inside Tocci’s recently completed project, Parc Westborough. The development includes 4 residential buildings with 249 units total and a clubhouse with a saltwater pool and fitness center. For a look back at the progress of Parc Westborough, check out some of our previous blogs. Scroll down to see the finished project!

Where Are We Now?
The Scoop: Projects Taking Shape
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We’re on a panel.

I’m a co-chair for ULI’s All Member Meeting presented by the YLG’s titled: “Building at the Intersection of Innovation, Technology, and Efficiency.” It’s happening on the 15th of December, at 6PM. Hope to see you there.

There’s a lot of words and acronyms there, so I’ll define them below:

I’m: me. Bart Tocci.

The Co-Chair: It’s like a chair, but half of one. I’m one leg of the chair. Alexandra Phillips from Stantec…

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Last Tuesday, I was able to attend the annual Architecture Boston Expo, or ABX. While there, I was fortunate enough to sit in on VJ Tocci’s presentation on “Redeveloping a Historic Building”. The presentation was geared towards educating real estate professionals on how to successfully complete a historic preservation project. The panel of speakers included a representative from a design firm, a construction company, and a tax credit consulting firm:

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Tocci employees and neighbor, db2/ARCHitecture, gathered at our headquarters in Woburn today for the 2nd Annual Thanksgiving Potluck. The potluck raises funds for the Council of Social Concern, Woburn’s local food pantry. Employees volunteer to make all the wonderful fixings for a delicious Thanksgiving spread. Then to be able to enjoy the food, there is a suggested donation of $10. Tocci will be matching all money collected from the event. Here’s a taste…

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Prefabricated light gauge panels are being used in construction in an effort to gain the advantage of a highly engineered system. I’ve had limited experience with this type of system, so understanding the benefits and pitfalls of coordination has be­en educational.

Light Gauge Metal Panel History

Cold formed steel entered the construction industry in the early 1900s, but it wasn’t until the mid-1950s that building codes allowed these products to gain a broad acceptance in…

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