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2024 Power 100: Anthony Consigli

A man in a suit stands in front of a window Photo | Matt Wright Anthony Consigli, CEO of Consigli Construction
Anthony Consigli Title CEO Company Consigli Construction, in Milford Employees 1,800 Residence Milford College Harvard University Read all the Power 100 profiles here
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Anthony Consigli and his brother, company President Matthew Consigli, have propelled the construction company founded in 1905 by their great grandfather to a $2.5-billion powerhouse, with offices throughout New England, New York, Washington, D.C., North Carolina, and the Caribbean. The company is now the largest employee-owned firm in Central Massachusetts. The company’s far-reaching operations involve medical, municipal, and cultural institutions as well as a vacation resort.

Locally, Consigli has led projects at places like One Mercantile in Worcester, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Clark University, Worcester State University, Framingham State University, and the YWCA Central Massachusetts in Worcester.

Consigli has worked on healthcare facilities across the state – from Milford Regional Medical Center to UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester to Beth Israel Deaconess in Boston – and cultural institutions in Washington, D.C. such as the Smithsonian Institution’s National Air and Space Museum and the Lincoln Memorial.

In 2018, the company became 100% employee owned through an employee stock ownership plan. Forbes Magazine named Consigli the best midsize employer, citing, among other things, its hybrid working model, paid volunteer time, parental leave, and a culture encouraging work-life balance.

Community involvement is a priority for Consigli. The Consigli Foundation focuses on promoting the well-being of children’s health and education. It has worked with Habitat for Humanity and last year partnered with Juniper Outreach Foundation in Paxton to provide City View Discovery School in Worcester with a student food pantry.

Outside of his company, Consigli has become a pillar of the business community, helping out others. Most notably, Anthony and Matthew Consigli were among the four investors who gave long-time Worcester dessert manufacturer Table Talk Pies a lifeline in 2022, bringing the firm back from the financial brink.

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