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Updated: May 1, 2023 / Power 50 for 2023

2023 Power 50: Steven Gentilucci

A man in a gray sports coat Photo | Courtesy of Consigli Construction Steven Gentilucci, general superintendent, Consigli Construction
Steven Gentilucci Title General manager Company Consigli Construction Co., Inc., in Milford Residence Worcester College Worcester Polytechnic Institute Read all the 2023 Power 50 profiles here
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Longtime Worcester resident Steven Gentilucci started with Consigli more than 25 years ago as an assistant superintendent and worked his way up to his position as general manager. Consigli is an employee-owned giant of a construction company, the largest based in Central Massachusetts with offices from Maine to North Carolina. Consigli built notable local projects like Worcester Technical High School, One Mercantile, Girls Inc., and recently the 100,000-square-foot Unity Hall at WPI. In February, the company was selected by the National Park Service to lead the $69-million renovation of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C.

Gentilucci oversees 650 employees as head of Consigli’s self-perform team, where the company has its own tradespeople and craftsmen on staff, instead of relying on subcontractors for particular work like electric and plumbing. Gentilucci’s division brings in annual revenues of $220 million. He supports the team by recognizing the importance of constant reinvestment in the team by providing the tools and resources necessary for success and identifies new technologies to support their work.

Gentilucci believes in serving his community and is a longtime member of the student-run Working for Worcester board of advisors and a member of the Diocese of Worcester Catholic Schools Board, which helped guide the merger of St. Peter-Marian and Holy Name into St. Paul Diocesan Junior-Senior High School. He is an active volunteer with Why Me & Sherry’s House, which provides no-cost lodging to families while their children receive treatment for cancer in New England area hospitals. Gentilucci is a trustee of the Massachusetts Laborers Health and Welfare Fund.

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