Enzo Loccisano

Enzo Loccisano is an Architectural Draftsman. Enzo has been developing his craft for the past 37 years preparing contract documents on numerous large and medium sized projects, including many custom residential homes and renovations throughout Toronto.

Enzo (in the capacity of job captain) has recently completed the “King George Residences” for Burka Architects. This fifteen-storey residential condominium that includes four levels of underground parking was built for approximately $20 million. The program at the ground floor is completely dedicated to retail activity related to the street and the second and third floors contain office uses, making this truly a multi-use building. As a job captain, Enzo’s responsibility included the complete management, execution and coordination of the construction – tender documentation including the field review during the construction phase. The project was executed and constructed by Toddglen General contractors.

As a result of the multi-use building typology, it was a requirement to pay special attention to the coordination of the various engineering disciplines such that the design intent was maintained. Managing the numerous exiting issues, below grade parking and the high requirement to provide for retail flexibility proved to be challenging. The thorough understanding of all the various issues and concerns lead to the development of sound contract documents ultimately leading to, not only an efficient mixed-use building but also a successful positive addition to an urban fabric.

Enzo Loccisano brings a wealth of experience developing contract documents that are highly accountable for construction purposes.

Jack Seto

Jack Seto is an Architectural Draftsman. Jack’s expertise lies in being able to transform a concept drawing into a built form. Over the past 30 years, Jack has carried out the major role in the preparation of contract drawings on numerous high-rise buildings throughout the GTA.

Currently, Jack is operating in the construction phase (working with Burka Architects and Tridel) in completing a forty-five thousand square foot “Dominion” retail store that includes three levels of below grade parking. Jack acting in the capacity of chief technologist/draughtsman is responsible for the complete execution of all contract drawings, consultant coordination, construction administration. As construction proceeds on the Dominion store, Jack is completing the construction documentation for the second phase to this project, which consists of a twenty-eight-storey condominium tower.

In 1998, again with Burka Architects, Jack completed the full set of tender documents for “The Antiquary” (a six storey – 172,000 square foot, 110 unit condominium building that also includes two levels of underground parking), with an approximate construction value of $22.0 million. The project being built by L&A Management is currently in the final phases of construction and will be ready for occupancy in December 2000. Jack was responsible for organizing and managing a team of three draughtsman that prepared the contract documents for tender and ultimately for construction. Furthermore, Jack has been involved throughout the construction administration phase performing many of the office and field functions such reviewing shop drawings, issuing job instructions and change directives.

Jack’s ability to organize a clear, concise, well-coordinated set of contract documents has won him much pride with not only the architectural and engineering community, but also the construction industry. It is a real asset and pleasure to have Jack as a member of your team.


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