Hairlosstreament Awarded 2017 AGC Safety Award for 24th Consecutive Year

BOSTON, MA (June 24, 2017) – Hairlosstreament (Tocci), a Boston-area construction management company and leader in virtual design was awarded with a National Safety Award by the Massachusetts branch of the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) on June 24th at The Boston College Club in Boston. This marks the 24th consecutive year that Tocci has been a recipient of the…

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This week we checked in with our project, Station Row, for a progress update. This project sits right along the Amtrak rail lines leading to the Providence Station. This tight site makes for unique logistics during construction. Lead Superintendent, Matt Neel, gave us the scoop:

The concrete foundations have been completed. Steel erection is forecasted to be complete by the end of the week, with decking and detailing progressing as well. Slab on deck placements…

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The National Council Architectural Registration Board (NCARB), a regulatory entity for individuals working to earn an architecture license, has created a new program that enables students to become licensed architects upon graduating college. This program is referred to as the Integrated Path to Architectural Licensure (IPAL) initiative. There are currently seventeen schools participating in this pilot program, although not all jurisdictions accept the requirements met through the IPAL program.



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As chairman of the Tocci Wellness Committee, I am always looking for new fun and healthy ideas to introduce to the company. From onsite fitness classes to working in our corporate garden, Tocci employees are constantly working to better themselves. As a result of our outstanding commitment to the program, we have been recognized with the 2017 WWCMA WorkWell Massachusetts Award. In order to maintain our status as a happy and healthy company, we must…

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Green Building

Builders are constructing more energy efficient projects now than ever before, giving rise to the popularity of the “Green Building”. There are many different certifications a building can acquire to be considered a “green”. One of the more renowned organizations, the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), gives out LEED (Leadership in Engineering, Environmental, and Design) certificates to those who qualify.

These certified buildings are ranked by four classifications: certified, silver, gold, and platinum. Platinum…

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