Tocci Building Companies Adds Mark Herstein to Design Team

WOBURN, Mass. — Mark Herstein has joined Tocci Building Companies as design manager. He will provide structure to support the development and refinement of design for medical and hospital projects. Tocci - Mark Herstein headshot - 2013-10-28He will also work directly with clients’ internal stakeholders and vendors to manage the design, procurement, cost forecasting, coordination and installation of specialty medical equipment.

The addition of Herstein marks continued strategic growth for the firm in the healthcare sector. Prior to joining Tocci, Herstein gained extensive industry experience as senior project architect at SmithGroup JJR. In this position, he oversaw onsite construction administration of the Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center and served as the medical planner for the 113,000-square-foot addition completed in phase one.

Herstein will bring new insights to implementing construction technologies. As a member of the Integrated Project Delivery Team on the California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco, Calif., he led onsite coordination of medical equipment and pre-construction services. From this experience, Herstein advocates for Lean methodologies on IPD projects. He will facilitate pull-planning sessions for the design activities associated with healthcare projects.

Herstein’s previous positions also include senior project manager at KGA Architecture and project Manager at CollinsWoerman Architecture and Yuan Nesland Management. Other significant projects from Herstein’s portfolio include Xiyuan Hotel, in Beijing, China; Eastern District Hospital and the United Christian Hospital, in Hong Kong and the Sunrise Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Las Vegas, Nev. In addition, Herstein is a member of The American Institute of Architects, and is a registered architect in Missouri and Washington. He received his Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design from the University of Kansas and brings more than 20 years of industry experience to the firm.


Posted April 10, 2014

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