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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 Construction Co., Inc. Wins AGC Build New England Grand Honor Award

October 24, 2019 – BOSTON, MA – Consigli Construction Co., Inc. was presented with the Grand Honor Award for New England’s top construction project by the Association of General Contractors of Massachusetts at its biannual Build New England Awards Gala. The award was in recognition of the work on the redevelopment of Congress Square… More >

Integrating Sciences with a Multi-disciplinary Approach

September 12, 2019 – The nature of science education is changing on academic campuses, with new technology and a focus on research involving more than one educational discipline. In response, today’s science facilities are taking a multi-disciplinary approach, encouraging cross innovation among various specializations—such as robotics and biology—by using shared social spaces and collaborative… More >

Fostering Innovation & Technological Advances in Construction

October 22, 2018 – Easing Into Industrialized Construction Here at Consigli, we take pride in the craftsmanship that has come with years of experience and being hands-on builders.  With a team of dedicated tradespeople who have been with Consigli for many years, our carpenters, laborers and masons bring true expertise to our projects and… More >

Resiliency: Protecting Assets

October 10, 2018 – 3 Things Owners Can Do (Right Now) to Protect Buildings from Climate Change Here’s a mind-blowing statistic: by 2070, the number of 90-100 degree days in Boston will go from 25 to 90 with up to 33 days above 100 degrees. It’s a startling fact as it will change our… More >

Sarah Lawrence College Celebrates Topping Off

October 9, 2018 – Consigli joined the Sarah Lawrence community in late September for a topping off ceremony to celebrate as the final piece of structural steel was placed on The Barbara Walters Campus Center. Located in the heart of the campus in Bronxville, New York, the 30,000-square-foot building will serve as a hub… More >

Consigli Breaks Ground on Swift Factory Project in Hartford, CT

September 12, 2018 – HARTFORD, CT ─ Consigli Construction Co., Inc., Bruner/Cott Architects, and Community Solutions broke ground on the redevelopment of the Swift Factory in Hartford, CT. The historic site will become a food business hub expected to bring more than 150 long-term jobs to the North Hartford Promise Zone. Members of Consigli’s Hartford office were joined by… More >

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