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Decarbonizing the Built Environment: Adaptive Reuse at Hotel Marcel

November 18, 2021 – In the backdrop of the Glasgow Climate Pact, a renewed global climate agreement, companies and industries have established promising paths to net zero carbon. But what does decarbonization look like in the built environment? In this video series, Consigli looks at components of net zero carbon construction and implementation with… More >

3 Things to Consider Before Building Your Next Outpatient Facility

November 5, 2021 – 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 >

Market Outlook: June 2021

June 1, 2021 – Record-long lead times and rising material prices are the result of the recent economic impacts across the globe. Our team connected with over 250 trade partners to review recent disruptions and forecast upcoming price and schedule impacts. To help plan your projects and mitigate disruptions, we outlined additional increases on… More >

2021 Market Outlook: Material and Labor Supply Update

March 15, 2021 – To help our partners plan throughout 2021, our team continues to collect data across all markets, from New England to the Mid-Atlantic, to forecast market trends, prices and schedule impacts. Overall, this year, we continue to see material prices rise especially in metals, while the  pandemic has forced subcontractors to… More >

Consigli Construction Launches Energy Division

September 8, 2020 – New group aims to design & implement integrated solutions to make buildings sustainable, resilient, healthy & intelligent through the power of low-carbon infrastructure MILFORD, MA — As organizations are making carbon reduction commitments, Consigli Construction Co., Inc. announced today the launch of its new Energy division with the addition 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 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 Impact: 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 >

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 >

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