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Updated: May 2, 2022 / The Power 50 for 2022

2022 Power 50: Anthony Consigli

a man in a black suit with a tie Photo | Courtesy of Consigli Building Group Anthony Consigli, CEO of Consigli Building Group, in Milford
Anthony Consigli Title CEO Company Consigli Building Group, in Milford  Residence Milford College Harvard University Read all the 2020 Power 50 profiles here
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Under Anthony Consigli’s leadership starting in the 1990s, Consigli Building Group has grown from $1 million to $2.25 billion in annual volume.

The firm is now the largest commercial contractor in Central Massachusetts with more than 1,500 employees, roughly 400 of which are local to Central Massachusetts. The family-owned company was founded in Milford 117 years ago and now has nine locations up and down the East Coast.

Consigli’s success has benefited the region, particularly Worcester. In June, the firm completed a $24-million renovation of YWCA Central Massachusetts’ Worcester facility in Salem Square. The project was a landmark as it included Worcester’s first-ever community benefits agreement, which resulted in a 100% women-led construction management team.

Most recently, Consigli has moved a strong hand into Massachusetts’ life sciences industry, which will likely multiply the company’s successes in coming years. It has performed renovations on four laboratory facilities for AbbVie and constructed Biogen’s headquarters in Cambridge. This is only part of the company’s expertise in the construction industry, as it specializes in nearly every type of commercial build, ranging from academic to museums & cultural, and multi-family residential to landmark restoration. In 2020, the company launched Arch Energy, seeking to meet the construction needs for a low-carbon future, and the division has already installed 550 geothermal wells.

In March, Consigli was recognized nationally by Forbes magazine as one of the best midsized companies to work for, and received local recognition as a best place to work from publications in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York. As part of its effort to lead the industry in creating more diversity in construction – ranging from building crews to executive teams – Consigli has partnered with a number of organizations, including Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Wellesley College, and ACE Mentoring of Greater Boston.

UPDATE: Consigli Building Group's revenue has been updated to reflect the most recent figure of $2.25 billion in 2021.

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