Consigli Named one of 2011’s Top Places to Work

 

MILFORD, MA Consigli Construction Co., Inc. of Milford has been named as one of the Top Places to Work in Massachusetts by The Boston Globe’s employee-based survey which recognizes the top 100 employers in the state. The announcement made on November 3rd at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel in Boston ranked Consigli as #4 in the Midsize Workplace Category, defined as companies with 250 to 999 employees.

 “This is great news for Consigli, and we are very proud and genuinely humbled by this acknowledgement. While it is exciting to be ranked so high among some impressive organizations, being recognized by our employees as a great place to work validates what we do every day to be the best contractor to work with and for,” said Matthew Consigli, vice president of Consigli.

With a business approach that builds stability and creates a work environment that generates a culture of responsibility to the company, its clients and to each other, Consigli has maintained its volume of work and its talent by diversifying its markets to serve academic, healthcare, institutional, life sciences, corporate, landmark restoration and federal clients throughout New England. Recent projects that reflect this diversity and provide interesting and challenging work for its employees in Massachusetts include: Framingham State University’s recently completed new 410-bed North Hall; the 100,000 sq. ft. rehabilitation of an historic mill building for the Lowell Community Health Center; and the landmark restoration and renovation of Trinity Church and Old South Church in Boston.

The Boston Globe’s 2011 Top Places to Work survey was conducted by WorkPlace Dynamics of Exton, Pennsylvania, specialists in employee engagement and retention. The Top Places to Work recognizes the most progressive companies in the state based on employee opinions about company leadership, compensation and training, diversity/inclusion, career development, family-friendly flexibility, and values and ethics.  The Globe invited 1,076 employers to participate in the survey; 237 organizations employing a total of 200,000 people completed the process.  Completed surveys were received from 73,813 individuals, who rated their employers based on such factors as compensation, career opportunities and quality of management. Private companies and nonprofits as well as publicly-held businesses were included in the analysis.