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Culture

Committed to the cause and committed to each other. Torcon employees are high performers and highly motivated, not only in the way we tackle complex projects, but the way we support each other on and off the job.

Culture

Committed to the cause and committed to each other. Torcon employees are high performers and highly motivated, not only in the way we tackle complex projects, but the way we support each other on and off the job.

Being unique has its advantages, which is evidenced throughout the culture of our organization.

We are an organization made up of talented people who love construction and care about the work we do. People who are driven by challenges, anxious to be of service and intent on making a difference.

As with any meaningful culture, leadership sets a tone. During a recent interview with the Philadelphia Business Journal, one of Torcon’s co-presidents was asked for his essential business philosophy.  He replied:

“You have only one reputation…”

Building Meaningful Projects

That Make A Fundamental Difference

Integrity

Our team is driven to ‘do the right thing’ in every situation.

Trust

Accountability, proven over time has lead to lasting relationships.

Passion

We provide the highest level of commitment to excellence, no matter the project or the circumstances.

Safety

An uncompromising approach to personal and corporate safety can be seen in every step of our work.

Family & Community

We exude a culture of support and commitment to each and every member of our team, our clients and our community.

Empowerment

Affording all employees the opportunity and confidence to perform their roles and responsibilities in the best interest of the company and in turn, their careers.

Employee Spotlight

Dominick Gadaleta

Project Engineer I

DOMINICK’S CAREER AT TORCON:
I chose to work for Torcon because of the type of projects that we are involved in. These projects truly make a positive difference in the world we live in today and affect many people. With the projects making such a positive difference, it has given me a reason to come to work every day and work hard with my team.

OFF THE CLOCK:
Dominick enjoys watching sports, spending time with his family and friends, and relaxing.

IMPORTANT LESSON LEARNED An important lesson he’s learned is to “not take anything for granted.”

WORDS TO LIVE BY:
Live simply so others can simply live.

Dominick Gadaleta

Project Engineer I

DOMINICK’S CAREER AT TORCON:
I chose to work for Torcon because of the type of projects that we are involved in. These projects truly make a positive difference in the world we live in today and affect many people. With the projects making such a positive difference, it has given me a reason to come to work every day and work hard with my team.

OFF THE CLOCK:
Dominick enjoys watching sports, spending time with his family and friends, and relaxing.

IMPORTANT LESSON LEARNED An important lesson he’s learned is to “not take anything for granted.”

WORDS TO LIVE BY:
Live simply so others can simply live.

Joseph Muscella, CHST

Senior Safety Manager

JOE’S CAREER AT TORCON:
This is a wholesome privately owned company that performs the highest quality projects and still cares about their employees and their families. Torcon’s approach on jobsite safety is to have a great plan and to execute the program with all the stakeholders understanding their role and responsibility while participating throughout the life of the project.

HIDDEN TALENT:
Joe participates in a Frontiersman group, where they hold events, camp and cook while dressed as people from the 1700’s.

OFF THE CLOCK:
Joe has been a part of a boys mentoring group as a local leader and a member on the NJ staff. It involves helping boys and leaders grow into men in the community and the local church.

WORDS TO LIVE BY:
Do to others what you want done to you.

Joseph Muscella, CHST

Senior Safety Manager

JOE’S CAREER AT TORCON:
This is a wholesome privately owned company that performs the highest quality projects and still cares about their employees and their families. Torcon’s approach on jobsite safety is to have a great plan and to execute the program with all the stakeholders understanding their role and responsibility while participating throughout the life of the project.

HIDDEN TALENT:
Joe participates in a Frontiersman group, where they hold events, camp and cook while dressed as people from the 1700’s.

OFF THE CLOCK:
Joe has been a part of a boys mentoring group as a local leader and a member on the NJ staff. It involves helping boys and leaders grow into men in the community and the local church.

WORDS TO LIVE BY:
Do to others what you want done to you.