Artists are always right, right? It’s their art, their idea, their execution. So how can anyone disagree with it? Having studied art in university I have seen it all; modern, de stijl, impressionist, renaissance, etc. There are obvious differences between the styles and periods of art, but can we all agree that some of it is just…bleh? As you to study art, you will begin to notice nuances that the artists intended for the audience…

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Tocci Building Companies Announces Construction Is Underway at West Concord Mixed-Use Development

74 Luxury Apartments and 36,000 SF of Commercial Space Planned for Brookside Square

Woburn, MA (April 7, 2014) – Tocci Building Companies (Tocci), a Boston-area construction manager and recognized leader in virtual design and construction solutions, participated in the official ground breaking ceremony for Brookside Square, held earlier today in West Concord, MA. The five-acre, 126,000 SF mixed-use development site is…

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Last week we had brought you an update on a few projects since the snow has been melting and the weather has been improving. Our project in Lynnfield, MA has made some huge advancements in the past few weeks and we have the photos to prove it! #thescoop


This is a view of BIM from our Planning + Cost Engineering department

The construction industry is in the midst of a design revolution more far-reaching than the previous transition from hand drawn plans to computer aided design. This revolution is BIM and although it has already changed the way architects design and contractors prepare coordination documents, it has just barely worked its way into the cost engineering side of the industry. I started at…

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Healthcare Design Magazine recently featured a photo-tour of the new Cancer Pavilion at Marlborough Hospital’s UMass Memorial Cancer Center.

The 14,000-square-foot UMass Memorial Cancer Center at the Marlborough Hospital has opened a new Cancer Pavilion. Tocci Building Companies worked with The SLAM Collaborative and other subcontractors to complete a 12,000-square-foot new cancer wing and to renovate 2,000 square feet of existing space under an integrated project delivery (IPD) agreement.

- Healthcare Design Magazine

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