Consigli’s Nora Kelly Named an AGC BWiC 2019 Inspire Award Winner

March 18, 2019

Consigli Construction Co., Inc. today is proud to recognize that Assistant Project Manager Nora Kelly, has been selected a winner of the Associated General Contractors of Massachusetts’ Building Women in Construction (BWiC) 2019 Inspire Awards.

The BWiC 2019 Inspire Awards are designed to celebrate the most exemplary women in construction who demonstrate leadership, generosity, innovation and unwavering commitment to their career, colleagues, and industry.

“I am honored to be recognized by the AGC of Massachusetts for this award. Consigli has provided me a tremendous opportunity to not only learn about the construction industry but give back to the healthcare industry in a special and unique way,” said Kelly.

“Working on some of the best hospitals in the world in Massachusetts is rewarding and motivating, as I am able to play a small part in supporting and enabling healthcare professionals to help save lives.”

Kelly has worked on laboratories for AbbVie Bioresearch Corporation and UMass Medical Center and has focused on several projects at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. To date, she has worked on more than 20 projects at the hospital’s campus and is consistently recognized by team members for her attention to detail on these fast-paced healthcare projects.

“Nora is a young leader with a mountain of potential, and we couldn’t be prouder that she received this well-deserved recognition,” said Matthew Consigli, president of Consigli Construction, Co., Inc. “She serves as a role model for other young women, not only here at Consigli, but to those just starting their journey in the construction industry.

Her remarkable work ethic, confidence, and thoughtfulness will continue to inspire us all.” She received a B.A. in political science from Middlebury College in 2015. Currently, Kelly is pursuing an MBA via Babson College’s evening MBA program to enhance her knowledge of construction management. Kelly joined Consigli in 2014 as a summer intern.

Following her 2015 graduation, she was hired as a project engineer, becoming an assistant project manager in 2017. Outside of work, she is an enthusiastic golfer and runs a charity golf tournament with her family, Drive Fore A Cure, to raise money for a cure for cancer - which is a cause close to her family since her father was treated and cured at Beth Israel.

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