Woburn, MA (April 20, 2021) In honor of National Volunteer Week, a group of Tocci volunteers teamed up with Cradles to Crayons (C2C) to support local children in need. Eleven Tocci volunteers returned to The Giving Factory in Newton, where donations are collected, sorted, and distributed to local disadvantaged children. The Tocci team split into two workstations: one group organized clothing by size, and the other cleaned and sorted shoes and boots. Childhood poverty is… … Read More [+]



Construction Tops Off at Natick Family Housing Woburn, MA (March 23, 2021) Tocci Building Corporation, Khalsa Design, and The Army Corps of Engineers are pleased to announce the “topping off” of the family housing project built for the U.S. Army Natick Soldier System Center. This modular design-build project had the 124th and final prefabricated module flown and connected into place last week, marking an important milestone in this project. This effort could not have been… … Read More [+]



Every construction project deals with waste. Hundreds of millions of tons are dumped into our nation’s landfills every year… so what is being done to make the industry more sustainable? In 2006, the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) passed a mandate that truckloads containing 20% or more of paper, wood, metal, glass, or yard waste must be deposited at a recycling facility before heading to the landfill. Thus, most construction debris heads to one… … Read More [+]



Woburn, MA (March 8, 2021) Tocci volunteers took part in its second virtual volunteer event with Project Hope’s team in a mock interview workshop for their Administrative Jobs in Healthcare Workforce Development Program. This program assists participants with job placement and employment coaching to successfully find jobs in the healthcare sector. It aims to expand technical prowess in understanding medical terminology and computer software, while also building softer communication skills to better understand various work… … Read More [+]



What do you know about Ida B. Wells? She was an African American journalist and activist who led an anti-lynching crusade in the United States in the 1890s. Her life was one challenge/threat after another, but in her biography, you see her stare each one down. Instead of buckling under an unjust and cruel system, she fought back to establish opportunities for women and for African Americans. She was born into slavery during the Civil… … Read More [+]



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