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Consigli Construction Announces New Promotions for Albany & Pleasant Valley

PLEASANT VALLEY, NY  —  Consigli Construction Co., Inc. announced two new promotions for the Albany and Pleasant Valley offices. Consigli veteran Tim Barry will take over as head of the Upstate New York operations and Greg Burns will elevate his role to Senior Director, focusing on strategic growth and leadership development across all regions in addition to supporting project development in New York.

Barry brings more than 25 years of industry experience to his Director of Operations role. He will provide strategic direction to day -to-day operations. Barry started his career with Consigli in 2006 as Superintendent in Massachusetts and joined the New York operations in 2011. He has worked on numerous academic, healthcare and development projects spanning across Massachusetts and New York. Most notably, Vassar Brothers Medical Center Patient Pavilion, the largest construction project completed in Poughkeepsie, Redburn Development Collar City Loft apartments in Troy and at University at Albany, SUNY, the Emerging Technology and Entrepreneurship Complex (ETEC).

“Tim will provide a continuation of strong leadership for the Hudson Valley and the Capital Region,” said Anthony Consigli, CEO of Consigli. “His dedication, coupled with his long-standing history and experience with Consigli provides a solid foundation for our team. In addition, we’re happy to have Greg Burns leading an integral part of our strategic direction for all our regions while providing support in New York.”

“Tim and I have worked together for many years now and I have witnessed firsthand his commitment and passion for building and our business,” said Greg Burns, Senior Director for Consigli. “His leadership will foster growth and opportunity for our people and will allow him to take the work we do with our clients to the next level.”

Barry is also active in the community and finds ways to give back.  He is a board member for Re-Building Together Dutchess County. He is also a Board Trustee for the Anderson Foundation for Autism and is on the Government Relations Committee for AGC of New York State.