February 1, 2012Consigli Opens Office in Downtown Hartford
HARTFORD, CT – Consigli Construction Co., Inc., an established construction manager serving academic, healthcare, institutional, corporate, life sciences and federal clients throughout New England and New York State, announces the move of the firm’s Connecticut office to the historic Crosthwaite Building at 100 Allyn Street in downtown Hartford.
Specializing in challenging and unique projects, Consigli’s work includes some of the most iconic buildings in Hartford, such as the phased renovation of the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art and renovation and restoration of The Long Walk at Trinity College. Other local area projects include the renovation of the University of Hartford’s Student Union and the University of Connecticut’s renovation and addition of the historic Storrs Hall building.
Consigli’s new Hartford office enables the firm to meet the increasing demand for innovative, practical solutions to complex building projects in Connecticut, delivering the highest level of craftsmanship from skilled crews of trusted employees and subcontractors.
“This move demonstrates our long-term commitment to the region and represents an important step in providing the highest level of service and value to our clients,” said Mike Walker, Area Manager for Consigli’s Connecticut operations.
Property owner and manager is Northland Investment Corporation. CBRE-New England represented both the tenant and landlord in this transaction.