Tag: Sustainability


Kena David Joins Consigli as Director of Sustainability

April 4, 2024 – MILFORD, MA – Consigli Construction Co., Inc. has announced Kena David as the firm’s Director of Sustainability. In her new role, she will lead the development and implementation of comprehensive sustainability strategies on Consigli’s projects and will build on the firm’s proven track record of delivering innovative green building solutions… More >

Edward White Jr. Joins Consigli’s Energy Division to Lead Operations

February 29, 2024 – MILFORD, MA – Consigli Construction Co., Inc. announced the addition of Edward White Jr. to the company’s energy division, Arch Energy, as Director of Operations. In this new role, White will lead Arch Energy’s day-to-day operations and help support the division’s continued growth and business development strategy. “Ed’s expansive experience… More >

Consigli Joins AGC of MA in Pledge to Support Electric Vehicle Use and Charging on Construction Sites

June 21, 2023 – MILFORD, MA – Building on its efforts to minimize the impact of fossil fuel emissions in the construction industry, Consigli Construction Co., Inc. has joined the Associated General Contractors of Massachusetts (AGC of MA)’s Construction EV Charger Pledge. The initiative signals the industry’s commitment to accelerating the transition of construction… More >

Steven Burke Shares Expertise on Sustainable Use of Mass Timber as a Building Material with the Washington Business Journal

April 1, 2023 – MILFORD, MA – Steven Burke, Director of Sustainability, recently spoke with the Washington Business Journal about how clients can best employ building materials like wood, concrete and steel to achieve their project and sustainability goals. Weighing in alongside other industry experts, Burke in particular emphasized the utility of mass timber as… More >

Decarbonizing the Built Environment: Mass Timber as a Low Embodied Carbon Material

March 5, 2023 – Mass timber construction is on the rise as owners, architects and contractors champion low embodied carbon building materials. In our continued video series, we look at Maine’s first fully timber structure at Bowdoin College’s John and Lile Gibbons Center for Arctic Studies and Barry Mills Hall. The all-electric building will… More >

2022 Year in Review: ESG at Consigli

February 18, 2023 – Consigli’s commitment to Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) initiatives ensures that as a company, we continue to thoughtfully consider the way our business practices and operations impact the communities where we build. Our 2022 ESG Year in Review is a summary of Consigli’s internal and external areas of focus as… More >

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 >

Hotel Marcel: Hospitality’s Model for Sustainability

August 10, 2021 – Becker + Becker Associates, Inc.’s historic rehabilitation of the Marcel Breuer designed Pirelli Building transformed a long-vacant icon into the net zero Hotel Marcel—the country’s first Passive House designed hotel. All electric, the hotel is powered by renewable on-site energy. Among other sustainable measures, variable refrigerant flow air-source heat pumps… More >

Consigli Joins National Sustainability Pilot Program

June 16, 2021 – MILFORD, MA – Consigli has signed on to BuildingGreen’s Contractors’ Commitment to Sustainable Building Practices—a nationwide pilot program that provides guidance and tracking standards for sustainability measures in the construction industry. Consigli is one of the first firms to join the program, which requires a commitment to measuring sustainability efforts… More >

Healthy & Safe Indoors: Navigating Your Options & Maximizing Your Spend

May 27, 2021 – Written By: Steven Burke, LEED & WELL Faculty, Director of Sustainability The global Coronavirus pandemic has undoubtedly caused us to rethink indoor environments. At this point, the average person understands that viral transmission happens through breathing contaminated indoor air. And if they’re spending a significant amount of time indoors, they probably… More >