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GLX Project Team Hosts Food Drive for Project SOUP

BOSTON, MA – During the pandemic, the team at our Green Line Extension (GLX) project realized the Somerville community in Massachusetts was in need of essential items. In turn, Consigli and The MBTA and Green Line Extension Community Connection held a Food & Toiletry Drive in support of helping the community. The team partnered with Project SOUP, the community food center of the Greater Somerville Homeless Coalition, to collect over 3,000 toiletry items, 290lbs of food and $150 in cash donations. Team members masked up and dropped off the items to the main food pantry to help keep them stocked during this difficult time.

We at Project SOUP can’t thank you enough. At a time when our clients need our help more than ever, this donation is a huge help. Not only that, but GLX and their partners took the time to hear from us about what we needed. We ended up getting everything we asked for and more!

Benjamin Wyner

Project SOUP Assistant Program Manager

Consigli is the primary vertical construction contractor selected by GLX Constructors (GLXC) to manage the concurrent construction of 12 buildings over four miles of track for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) to further service the communities of Somerville, Cambridge and Medford. Our seasoned team of transportation superintendents, project managers and quality control personnel are working closely with the MBTA, STV and GLXC to oversee this fast-track project.