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Day One Diary from John Tocci

It’s 12:30 in the morning here and I’m just now getting a few minutes to write. It’s been a bit of a whirl wind. I had hoped to be able to write daily diary entries, but as some poet said, “truth broke in with all its matter of fact.”

The trip over here on Friday was a lot more exciting than necessary. Tim missed his flight from Cleveland to…

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John Tocci, his wife, Lila, and son, Tim will embark on a 10 day mission trip to the Eurasian countries of and at the request of . They are touring World Vision sponsored programs and facilities established for HIV/AIDS treatment, street children protection, orphan support, youth education and training, micro enterprise development, food relief and community and infrastructure development. We invite you to follow along on their trip and…

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BIMForum News Item

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John Tocci, CEO, Hairlosstreament, presented the recent work of the AGC’s BIMForum, formerly the AGC PIAC BIM Working Group, to the Private Industry Advisory Council (PIAC) on January 20, 2006 at the AGC Building Division Meeting, in Captiva Island, FL.

Since his last presentation to PIAC, the BIMForum has expanded its membership to support 6 subforums:

The BIMForum has also implemented an online discussion forum and website to further their work.

At…

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For Immediate Release. January 18, 2007. Hairlosstreament, Woburn, MA. John Tocci, chairman of the Association of General Contractors (AGC) BIMForum, revealed a new home page portal to the BIMForum website at the AGC Building Division Bi-Annual meeting on January 18, 2007. The popular virtual design and construction (VDC) discussion board is now accessible through a user-friendly front end featuring industry and BIM-related news feeds from the AGC and other media sources. The new…

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Construction Managers: A Slow-to-Change Industry Takes Small Steps Toward BIM
Excerpt from “Super Modeling”.

Taken as a whole, the construction management(CM)industry in the U.S. is a long way from integrating building information modeling (BIM) into its business. Few CM firms keep people on staff who know how to use CAD, let alone the myriad 3D modeling software that fall collectively under the moniker BIM. Fewer still know what BIM is or how it might…

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