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Consigli Construction Co. Inc. Names Robert V. Lizza as Vice President/General Counsel

BOSTON, MA – Consigli Construction Co., Inc. announced today that Robert V. Lizza, currently a partner at the Boston-based law firm Hinckley Allen, has been named Consigli’s Vice President/General Counsel.

“Bob’s leadership, construction expertise, and reputation in the construction industry makes him the ideal person to join our senior leadership team,” said Anthony Consigli, President. “Because we have worked closely with Bob for several years, he has great insight to our company. We look forward to tapping his strategic and business knowledge to enhance our ability to provide top level service to our clients and manage risk.”

“I have known and admired Anthony, Matthew, and the Consigli organization for many years and look forward to continuing that relationship as a part of their executive team,” said Lizza. “Consigli’s culture is driven by their commitment to client service, innovation, and maintaining the highest quality in everything they do. I share Anthony and Matthew’s passion for putting clients first and I’m excited about the opportunity to join this group of outstanding professionals.”

Lizza comes to Consigli with over 32 years’ experience in construction law and dispute resolution. For the past six years he has been the Vice Chair of the Construction and Public Contracts Group at Hinckley Allen, the largest construction and government contracts practice in New England. He is a current member of the board of directors of the Massachusetts Chapter of the Construction Financial Management Association, a past director of the Associated General Contractors of Massachusetts, and an adjunct faculty member at the Wentworth Institute of Technology, College of Professional and Continuing Education. For many years he has been recognized by Best Lawyers in America® in both the Construction Law and Litigation-Construction categories.

A resident of Needham, Massachusetts, Lizza graduated from Georgetown University Law Center and earned his undergraduate degree from Colby College.