MILFORD, MA – Consigli Construction Co., Inc. announced today the promotions of Jody Staruk and Phil Brault to the role of Project Executive.
Jody Staruk joined Consigli in 2003 as a project engineer and has managed projects spanning public to private, small to large, fast-track to multi-year and complex renovations to new buildings. Her past work includes construction of the Garthwaite Center for Science and Art at the Cambridge School of Weston, a residence hall at Framingham State University and a residence and dining facility at Worcester State University. She is currently managing the renovation of Miller and Houston Halls at Tufts University.
Staruk has played a large role in the development of department operations for more than 14 years, helping Consigli evolve their processes and ensuring system efficiencies for projects and training. Staruk holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
“Jody is an extremely hard-working, smart construction professional and her work in so many areas over the last 15 years has been outstanding,” said Anthony Consigli, CEO of Consigli. “She is immensely respected, by both her clients and co-workers and we are incredibly excited to see her flourish in this new leadership position.”
Phil Brault has been with Consigli for more than 11 years and has overseen some of the company’s most challenging and complex historic restoration projects including the New York State Capital building, the Boston Public Library Central Library and the renovation and expansion of Harvard University’s Gore Hall. Brault is currently managing construction of a four-building complex at the Tanglewood Music Center in the Berkshires. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and an M.B.A. from Northeastern.
“Since joining us as an intern in 2005, Phil has consistently demonstrated a strong work ethic, solid judgement and a commitment to what we know is important to Consigli,” said Matthew Consigli, President of Consigli. “His dedication and leadership on some of our most challenging projects will no doubt help him succeed in this new role.”