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COVID-19 Impacts: Subcontractor and Supplier Survey Results

June 12, 2020 – The current situation regarding COVID-19 and its impact on our industry continues to evolve. In an effort to better understand these project impacts we surveyed over 250 trusted subcontractor and vendor partners from across the Northeast, DC, and NY. Below we summarize the trends and key takeaways. COVID-19 Impacts: Subcontractor… More >

Consigli Construction’s Steven Burke Becomes One of the First in World to Earn Top Three Design Credentials

May 1, 2020 – Consigli is the only commercial builder in the US to have a team member with LEED, WELL Faculty and Passive House certifications MILFORD, MA —  Consigli Construction Co., Inc. announced today that Sustainability Manager Steven Burke earned his Certified Passive House Consultant (CPHC) certification. Coupled with his LEED & WELL… More >

Ensuring Healthy Buildings Post – COVID-19

April 30, 2020 – As we return to our “new normal” post-COVID-19, building owners & operators need to be thinking about building system adjustments that can be employed in the wake of the pandemic’s aftermath. Here are three M/E/P systems changes to consider making before end-users re-occupy your building. Insights from Consigli’s Director of… More >

COVID-19: Cost Implications

April 14, 2020 – With rapidly changing information related to the COVID-19 pandemic we are diligently trying to assess cost impacts for current and future estimates. There are factors that may increase cost and others that may decrease cost. While the whole picture has not come entirely into focus just yet, some patterns are… More >

COVID-19 April Impact: Material Supply Update

April 7, 2020 – The current situation regarding COVID-19 and the supply chain of materials is ever changing. The information below provides a snap-shot of where we are currently and the outlook on how this will affect our industry. Market Watch as COVID-19 Evolves Insight from Peter Capone, Consigli’s Director of Purchasing   GLOBAL… More >

COVID-19 March: Impact to Construction Materials

March 24, 2020 – While COVID-19 has created uncertainty around the world, one thing that remains constant is the health and wellness of our employees, clients, suppliers, subcontractors and partners. We are also paying close attention to how COVID-19 affects our business more broadly and how it impacts our vendors and subcontractor partners. Overview… More >

3 Things to Consider Before Building Your Next Outpatient Facility

March 5, 2020 – In 2019, over 21 million square feet of outpatient facilities were built in the U.S., driven by the current healthcare trends of reducing operating costs, improving access to care and enhancing the patient experience. While outpatient facilities are less expensive to build and operate than a traditional hospital and are often… More >

Consigli Honored with a #1 “Best Places to Work” Award In Connecticut

February 27, 2020 – HARTFORD, CT – Consigli Construction Co., Inc. has been named the number one “Best Places to Work” in Connecticut. This is the eighth time overall Consigli has be recognized as a “Best Places to Work”, according to a survey sponsored by the Hartford Business Journal. “Eight years of being recognized… More >

Consigli Recognized by GC Magazine as a Best Hotel & Hospitality Contractor in Boston

January 23, 2020 – Consigli has been recognized on GC Magazine’s list of Best Hotel and Hospitality Contractors in Boston, Massachusetts for its construction of new and revitalized destination venues operated by some of the most recognizable brands in the industry. Managed on tight, urban sites, these projects feature unique solutions to construction challenges… More >

Honoring the Men of “The Battle of the Bulge”

January 10, 2020 – When Andrew Del Rossi Biggio, an Afghanistan War veteran, found a World War II rifle and later learned about one of the most important battles in that war’s history – The Battle of the Bulge; it inspired him to travel the country and document the stories of the survivors. His… More >

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