Consigli On Tour – Brooks School Center for the Arts

November 13, 2019 – The academically prestigious Brooks School has demonstrated its dedication to the arts with the construction of the new Center for the Arts. The building is centrally located in the heart of campus and consists of three interconnected structures: one each for performance, music and visual arts. A 387-seat performance theater,… More >

Consigli On Tour – SHU Bobby Valentine Health & Recreation Center

October 16, 2019 – Named after Sacred Heart University’s executive director of athletics and Major League Baseball great, Bobby Valentine, the new recreation facility demonstrates the University’s commitment to the well-being of all its students by encouraging a healthy lifestyle for everyone on campus. The three-story, fitness building has an indoor track, an 18-bike… More >

Consigli On Tour – BSO, Linde Center for Music and Learning

September 3, 2019 – Each summer, Tanglewood, the popular music destination in Massachusetts’ Berkshire Hills, welcomes upwards of 330,000 patrons. With the goal of creating a year-round venue, the BSO expanded its campus with four new buildings, allowing Tanglewood to enhance its cultural and educational offerings, improve practice and performance space and increase audience… More >

Related Beal, Congress Square

October 13, 2018 – Congress Square, surrounded by the high-rises of Boston’s Financial District, is comprised of five, interconnected historic commercial buildings spanning an entire city block, built between 1899 and 1921. The 343,879-square-foot redevelopment pushes the trend of integrating the old with new by transforming an austere financial epicenter with rich architectural history… More >

Martha’s Vineyard Museum

June 28, 2018 – Now that it’s (finally!) time for day trips to the beach, a relaxing ferry ride across Vineyard Sound to Martha’s Vineyard offers up a quintessential New England coastal experience. For some at Consigli, however, a trip to the Vineyard is not about getting R&R. Instead, it’s about working hard to… More >

Harvard University, Gore Hall Complex

October 13, 2017 – The Gore Hall Complex project encompassed major renovations to a 93,950 sq. ft. Neo-Georgian residence hall built in 1912, construction of the Beren Hall addition and the relocation/renovation of 101 Plympton and 11 Riverview, two historic wood-framed houses. The 11 Riverview house was also expanded and integrated into Gore Hall… More >

Wentworth Institute of Technology, Douglas D. Schumann Library & Learning Commons

May 8, 2017 – With an ever-growing student body and increasing demand for collaborative learning environments, Wentworth renovated the library on the second floor and mezzanine of Beatty Hall situated at the center of its campus. Built in the mid-1960s, Wentworth’s main goal was to re-purpose the traditional space to introduce 760 additional seats… More >

City of Boston, Boston Public Library

March 10, 2017 – Designed by renowned American architect Philip Johnson and opened in 1972, the Johnson Building is considered an iconic modern building that has been designated a Boston Landmark. The improvements for the Johnson Building included realizing the goals of the BPL’s strategic plan with new program areas, improving access to the… More >

Sandy Hook School, Newtown CT

March 8, 2017 – After an extensive evaluation, the Town of Newtown, CT decided to rebuild the Sandy Hook School on its existing property. Originally built in the 1960s, the new elementary school became a national model for the “School of the Future” incorporating the most current and advanced thinking toward educational approaches, security… More >

Self-Perform at Consigli

March 8, 2017 – With a team of dedicated tradespeople who have been with Consigli for many years, our self-perform division—Riggs—is at the foundation of being a genuine builder. Riggs’ carpenters, laborers and masons bring true expertise to our projects, and provide us with a knowledge and understanding of construction means and methods that… More >