During our pre-employment safety orientations, we always instruct employees that Tocci takes every accident and injury extremely serious. We stress the need to report all accidents, incidents and near misses immediately to Tocci Representatives. We state that we need to know the Who, What, When, Where and Why for all accidents in order to help prevent reoccurring incidents from taking place on our projects.

In this safety blog, I am going to highlight how…

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The Weekend Nibbler


As the work week winds down, we would like to give you something to nibble on this weekend while you are not in the office. Take a break and fill your mind with awesomeness from across the globe and then share it with your colleagues, friends, and family. If you enjoy an article be sure to let us know by leaving a comment or tweet at us here!

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Things are moving right along at the site of the Residential Development for Toll Brothers in East Brunswick, NJ. The parking garage has neared completion, while the residential buildings are getting the finishing touches on the outside framework. See below for progress shots!




Jennifer Heikkinen of Tocci Building Companies Speaks at Constructech’s Annual Technology Day

Director of Project Management focuses on women’s success in the construction industry

Woburn, MA (November 5, 2014) – Director of Project Management, Jennifer Heikkinen, of Tocci Building Companies (Tocci), a Boston-area construction manager and recognized leader in virtual design and construction solutions, recently served as a panelist at Constructech Magazine’s 2014 Annual Technology Day, on October 3rd, at the Sofitel San…

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The point of Lean Design and Construction is to acknowledge that the building industry is inherently wasteful. Recognizing this is the first step towards remedying it. A perfect construction project would have ZERO waste, ZERO transportation of products, 100% recycled or biodegradable materials and NET ZERO energy requirements. Suffice to say, there is no perfect construction project and it is unlikely there ever will be one. However, that doesn’t prevent us from emphasizing that some…

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