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About Us

Torcon provides CM and GC services to clients throughout the northeast. For over 50 years clients have repeatedly selected Torcon for their most challenging and important projects.

About Us

Torcon provides CM and GC services to clients throughout the northeast. For over 50 years clients have repeatedly selected Torcon for their most challenging and important projects.

Torcon was established as a general contracting firm in 1965 and remains privately owned.

The company serves clients throughout the New Jersey—Philadelphia region, completing a wide variety of life science, healthcare, institutional and commercial projects. Torcon completed its first project as a Construction Manager in 1974 and within 10 years was one of the top-ranked at-risk CMs in the nation.

Today, Torcon continues to serve customers from its Red Bank, NJ headquarters and a full-service operations office in Philadelphia. Our overall range of operations have encompassed projects throughout the eastern US, in Canada and in Puerto Rico.

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Torcon provides state-of-the-art CM and GC services with a professional staff utilizing the industry's latest technology. We are a customer-focused organization built on integrity, trust and performance.

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Our areas of specialized expertise are biopharma, life science and healthcare facility construction, and we also offers broad experience on corporate, commercial and higher ed projects.

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Our projects range in size from $5 million to $600 million and more. Torcon routinely builds innovative facilities that are the first of their kind and we have a hard-earned reputation for handling our clients' most important projects. We excel at the difficult and don't believe in the word impossible.