Phil Brault has spent his entire fifteen-year career working for Consigli Construction Co., Inc. As Project Executive, Phil has led numerous historic preservation projects across multiple states including the New York State Capitol, Boston Public Library, and Smithsonian National Zoo Police Station. He is also currently leading the preservation efforts of the Netherlands Carillon, Meridian Hill Park, Dumbarton Oaks Main House, and the Menokin Glass House.
In 2018, he was awarded Boston Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 Award and Preservation Mass’s Paul & Niki Tsongas Award: The Next Generation, which is the highest honor that Preservation Massachusetts bestows upon people, projects and places that demonstrate the highest level of commitment to historic preservation in the Commonwealth. His passion for historic preservation led him here to Washington DC, where he continues to be an activist for Consigli’s DC office in all things preservation. He and his family reside in Montgomery County where they enjoy outdoor activities in their leisure time.
Phil earned a B.S. in Civil engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) and an MBA from Northeastern University. He is a LEED AP BD+C (Building Design + Construction) and is a Certified Construction Quality Manager with the US Army Corps of Engineers. He also currently serves on the Project Review Committee for the DC Preservation League.