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Consigli Honored as “Best Place to Work” in D.C. for Second Consecutive Year

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Consigli Construction Co., Inc. has been named a “Best Place to Work” for the second year in a row in Washington, D.C. by the Washington Business Journal.

“This recognition is a testament to the strong team that we’ve built in D.C. over the past six years that is truly an extension of the culture that was created at our headquarters in Massachusetts,” said Eric Tievy, head of operations for Consigli’s Washington D.C. office. “Our strong workplace culture inspires everyone to work hard and deliver excellent results every day, on every job.”

In addition to hiring great people in our D.C. office, we are also working on some of the region’s most innovative and culturally-significant projects including:

  • The Lillian and Albert Small Capital Jewish Museum, a $17 million, 28,800-square-feet new museum and the restoration of the historic synagogue. The museum will tell the story of the Jewish people and their impact on the Capital and the nation, but beyond that will be a place for connection among the diverse communities that make up Washington, DC.
  • The MLK Gateway is located at the most prominent intersection in D.C.’s historic Anacostia neighborhood. It is the first project in the country to combine Opportunity Zone Funding and New Market Tax Credits, serving as a new model for economic development. Throughout the project there has been extensive community integration and involvements such as quarterly opportunity fairs and local hiring goals.
  • Menokin Foundation, Glass House Originally built in 1769 as a family home for the Francis Lightfoot Lee, a patriot and signer of the Declaration of Independence, this National Historic Landmark fell into serious disrepair as it aged. With over 80% of the original building fabric intact, our team will preserve the structure and install a curtain wall addition to replicate the floors, walls and roof. The finished Menokin Glass House will serve as a museum and education center celebrating conservation and the heritage of our nation.

And we are hiring in D.C.! Check out our careers page to learn more about our winning culture and to search open positions.