WHAT WE DO
Bocci’s comprehensive portfolio of successful client projects is
built on strategies that reduce impact on the environment.
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Your Strategic Partner Since 2002
Bocci Engineering & Construction are seasoned specialists in solving operational challenges.
We are a multi-disciplinary consulting firm supplying innovative utilities and facilities infrastructure engineering and turnkey construction services. From concept through completion, we deliver safe, sustainable, responsive and cost-effective technical services nationally for measurable Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) results.
Our continuous improvement process aligns Design, Health, Safety, Environmental, and Economic results. Bocci’s passion for innovation and our operations-first perspective drives value through sustainability.
Our experts use cross-industry experience to optimize strategies for monetizing reliability, reducing environmental impact, removing production constraints, and mitigating risks in design, construction, operations, and maintenance.
“Bocci is great at finding solutions to challenges that are accompanied with any project. Bocci helped resolve our specific issues and through their lead, we found the path to see a light at the end of the tunnel. It would not have been a successful project without Bocci’s help and because of their experience, their professionalism, and their thorough attention to detail, we were able to complete the project with success.”
Richard A. Saldivar
Project Manager & California American Water
Our team was tasked with conducting a Combined Heat and Power (CHP) feasibility assessment for the League City UTMB Campus.
Our challenge was to identify the future campus peak utility loads and determine the future expansion requirements of the utility production facilities and distribution systems to support the planned growth.
In addition to this forecasting assessment, we examined whether implementing CHP as a power backup solution would be financially feasible for the expanded campus' heating and cooling needs, as they had already committed to a modular chilled water plant as their primary power mechanism.
The highest ROI CHP solution we found generates 100,000 metric tons of CO2 savings, which is equivalent to emissions from:
gasoline passenger vehicles
driven for a year
miles driven by an