BOSTON– Consigli Construction Co., Inc. announced that Robert Score has joined the firm as its new director of historic preservation.
Score joins Consigli with 25 years of experience, most predominantly as an architect and project manager specializing in historic preservation. In his new role, Score will partner with project teams throughout our markets in establishing quality control measures and developing creative solutions for unique preservation challenges. Score has extensive experience with developing creative approaches and techniques for restoring nationally significant historic properties.
“Bob brings technical expertise to historic preservation projects that will serve as a valuable resource to our project teams,” said Todd McCabe, Vice President of Project Services for Consigli Construction Co., Inc. “Historic preservation is the cornerstone of our business, and with the addition of Bob, we will be able to continue to pursue specialized projects while supporting our client’s needs.”
Score joins Consigli after twelve years as a senior project architect/project manager at the design firm Harboe Architects in Chicago. His historic renovation and preservation work is extensive and includes leading the restoration of several national historic landmarks such as the Lafayette Building, Washington, D.C., Unity Temple, Oak Park, Illinois and preservation masterplans for several other Frank Lloyd Wright designed buildings and sites, including Taliesin West in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Consigli has been recognized for its award-winning historic preservation work on projects including the Smithsonian’s Renwick Gallery, Boston Public Library and the New York State Capitol Building to name a few.