Torcon Will Move its Corporate Offices to Red Bank, NJ

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Torcon, Inc., one of the largest construction management firms in the country, will move its corporate offices to Red Bank, New Jersey, effective April 10, 2006. The move is being made to accommodate steady growth the company continues to experience in its core practice areas of corporate, institutional and pharmaceutical construction. The company has been headquartered in Westfield, New Jersey for over forty years.

Torcon, Inc., one of the largest construction management firms in the country, will move its corporate offices to Red Bank, New Jersey, effective April 10, 2006. The move is being made to accommodate steady growth the company continues to experience in its core practice areas of corporate, institutional and pharmaceutical construction.

“Although we have proudly called Westfield, New Jersey our home for over forty years, the company’s continuing growth necessitated that we take a strategic look at our operational and office space needs,” noted Joseph A. Torcivia, Co-President of Torcon. “Having outgrown our existing space in two buildings, we took the opportunity to consolidate our headquarters facilities to achieve a number of significant operational efficiencies.”

Said Torcon Co-President Benedict Torcivia, Jr., “We had several goals in making the decision to relocate our corporate headquarters, the most significant of which was to achieve an overall corporate image that aligns with the reality of what our company is today – one of the premier construction management firms in the country. In addition,” continued Torcivia, “It was important to us that our facilities could properly accommodate our local professional staff and support our ongoing growth in the Philadelphia area and in the Puerto Rico markets.”

Designed by the Princeton-based architectural firm ikon.5, Torcon’s new world headquarters is located in their recently-acquired three-story office building, and is organized around an open, naturally-lit central elevator lobby gallery.

Private offices, with all-glass fronts, line the building’s perimeter, passing daylight and outdoor views into the building’s interior circulation loop and open office environment. Red accent walls highlight the circulation loop that culminates at the entry lobby where a combination of simple forms and stark materials create a elegant and sophisticated approach to the space. Just beyond the entry lobby is the executive suite for the company’s senior management, with offices and fully-equipped state-of-the-art conference rooms.

Torcon’s new contact information is as follows:

Torcon, Inc.

328 Newman Springs Road

Red Bank, NJ 07701

Telephone: 732.704.9800

Fax: 732.704.9810

Torcon is a privately-held construction firm headquartered in Red Bank, NJ, with full-service operations offices in Philadelphia, PA and Guaynabo, Puerto Rico. Torcon provides construction management and general contracting services to leading corporations and private institutions. Founded in 1965, Torcon is one of the most active construction management firms in the Mid-Atlantic states, as well as one of Puerto Rico’s leading pharmaceutical construction specialists, having completed more than $4 billion of aggregate construction work over the past decade. Torcon is ranked among the nation’s 30 largest at-risk CMs according to Engineering News-Record, the industry’s leading publication.

For more information on Torcon, Inc., visit their website at http://www.torcon.com.

Media contact: John Lonsdorf, R&J Public Relations, LLC, (908) 722-5757

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