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Torcon Completes Hospital Construction of The Center for the Urban Child

Torcon is proud to be a part of this great project focused on Philadelphia families

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Torcon Awarded 2013 Governor's Occupational Safety & Health Awards

For the year 2013, Torcon's projects were awarded numerous Safety Awards by the New Jersey State Industrial Safety Committee.

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Light it Up Blue for Autism

Torcon participated in World Autism Awareness Day on April 2, 2014.

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Torcon Completes Multi-Phase Lighting Replacement for Mercedes-Benz USA

Lighting solution will lower energy and maintenance costs and is projected to provide a complete return on investment to MBUSA within 18 months.

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Ocean Medical Center Celebrates Completion of ER Construction

The new Hirair and Anna Hovnanian Emergency Care Center opens in Brick, New Jersey.

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St. Christopher's Embarks on Expansion Project

St. Christopher's Hospital for Children Undertakes Comprehensive Improvement and Expansion Construction Project

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Torcon's Work Has Begun for Lehigh University’s Williams Hall Renovation

Historic building will be refurbished to house center for academic studies and student activities.

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"Reinvigorated" ARCH, A New Hub For Student Life at Penn

Grand Re-Opening of UPenn's Arts, Research and Culture House

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Brookhaven’s National Synchrotron Light Source Building (NSLS-II) Achieves LEED Gold Certification

Brookhaven's newest half-mile ring building is internationally recognized for its green design

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A BIM Transformation

As the design and construction industry refines its use of BIM, the learning curve is being eliminated. But like most technologies, BIM’s value is enhanced with the migration into related areas and the development of new applications. Adopting the BIM process for renovations is a natural progression, but one with unique challenges. It requires a modified approach, but still delivers strong results for clients.

Reprinted from Constructech (March/April 2013)