About Us

We are a leading engineering firm for health science institutions. Several of the biggest names in healthcare rely on our services.

Fitzemeyer & Tocci has been solving complex mechanical and electrical engineering challenges at leading healthcare institutions since 1960. Clients hire us because we’re exceptional at what we do – engineer facilities that promote wellness and keep patients, staff and students safe. While the technical and regulatory requirements in these environments are steep, we’ve developed processes that make us fast and efficient.  We help our clients understand how their facilities stack up against others in the industry, our proprietary benchmarking tool provides critical insights during critical decision making stages of a project. At Fitzemeyer & Tocci, our priorities are the same as yours: keep patients, staff and students safe.

  • We are an engineering firm that specializes in health sciences.
  • We engineer facilities and infrastructure that promote wellness and reduce patient, employee and student risk
  • We have deep experience in challenging facilities with intense regulatory and technical requirements
  • We are the owners engineer for many of the nation’s leading health and academic institutions.

Core Values:  F&T 3R’s

Respectful: We embrace each team member’s unique talents and honor diverse life and work styles. We are honest and ethical while interacting with an open mind focused on the success of others – our fellow employees, clients, vendors, and the public.

Resourceful: We work with enthusiasm and intellect, and are driven by a culture of continuous improvement to surpass what has already been achieved.  Each of us takes responsibility for developing solutions to the challenges we and our clients face.

Reliable: We make clear requests of each other and we are dependable in our commitments.  We are a trusted resource to our clients and peers, known to deliver high-quality, consistent engineering.

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