Our mission at CIVICO is to design and construct high quality buildings, streetscapes, and neighborhoods that significantly enhance the social livability and environmental sustainability of our communities.  Our work includes projects of all scales, focused on authenticity, walkability and human scale development. We strive to incorporate innovative design and civic spirit into all of our projects.

CIVICO members share fundamental principles, yet our diverse skill sets and interests result in different types of projects and at different scales, from neighborhood urban infill to large scale mixed use buildings. We collaborate with each other and with others, according to talent, time, and interest.


Andrew Consigli, AIA, LEED AP

Andrew is the managing member of CIVICO and oversees the work and direction with special emphasis on investment opportunities, planning, design, and permitting. He has directly overseen a wide variety of complex mixed income, mixed use development projects; locally, nationally and internationally.

Andrew comes from a commercial construction background and was raised around the family business, Consigli Construction Company. He has worked with nationally recognized architecture and planning firms and has led design efforts on several of the country’s most recognized mixed use projects.

A senior designer at Elkus Manfredi Architects, during his 10 years at the firm, he led or participated in design efforts for multiple master planning, retail, residential, office and mixed use projects. Andrew also was Senior Project Manager at Imai Keller Moore Architects, lead designer for the nationally recognized New Urbanist Community of Mashpee Commons.

Andrew is a registered architect in the State of Massachusetts and Certified LEED AP by the USGBC. A graduate of Wentworth Institute & Technology with Dual Degrees in Architecture and Building Construction Technology. He is an active member of the American Institute of Architects, Boston Society of Architects, Urban Land Institute, and the Congress of New Urbanism.

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Taylor Bearden

Taylor is actively involved in site selection, acquisitions, zoning and entitlement, qualified opportunity zones, and management for various development projects for CIVICO. Taylor has extensive experience in small-scale multifamily development and management, having worked for Worcester’s premier student housing developer after graduating from Clark University, where he studied geography and community development and planning.

Taylor was the founding CEO of WalkerThomas, a real estate consulting, management, and brokerage firm located in Worcester, Massachusetts. Walker Thomas was acquired in 2019. He is a founding manger of the Bell Hill Opportunity Fund, a private real estate investment fund focused on incremental neighborhood redevelopment.

Taylor was the VP of Operations at Sustainable Comfort, Inc. (SCI), where he is now a member of the Board of Directors. SCI is a green building consulting, construction management, and property management company with offices in Worcester and upstate New York.


David Oliveri

David is actively involved in the deal sourcing, construction, financial structuring and analysis for various development projects for CIVICO. Over the last 15 years David has been involved in a variety of real estate roles, including mortgage or real estate brokerage both commercial and residential, valuations, investing, property management, bank liquidations, and development.

David also has worked for Kiewit Construction Company as a Health and Safety Officer, became a mortgage broker with Cornerstone Mortgage and quickly became VP of Sales and Mortgage Operations. In 2006 David purchased a real estate firm and the company grew to one of the largest in the North East servicing asset management companies and banks. David has been personally involved with thousands of real estate transactions locally and nationally and has been recognized for being in the top 1%, Chairman’s Circle level with Berkshire Hathaway Home Services.  He is a graduate of Massachusetts Maritime Academy.

John Pugh


John is actively involved in deal sourcing, project feasibility, investor relations and development management for CIVICO.  He has designed, permitted and constructed mixed-use buildings locally, nationally, and internationally. His 15 years of experience as an investor, developer and architect serve to guide his principled approach to new projects.

Most recently he served on the management team at Samuels & Associates on the Landmark Center Redevelopment Project.  During his work on this complex mixed-use project of more than 1.5 million square feet, he played a key role in the management of the design, construction, leasing, and financing processes.

Previously, John worked on real estate acquisition and portfolio planning contracts with UMass Lowell and Corporate Portfolio Analytics.  While working with UMass he partnered with the Director of Planning on the acquisition of land for new development and the creation of a $600 million strategic capital plan for the university.  During his time at Corporate Portfolio Analytics he was a lead analyst on the 3 million square foot plus portfolio planning projects for the U.S. Department of the Interior, the U.S.  Department of Education, and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

John is a registered architect in the State of Massachusetts.  John received a Master of Architecture degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Science in Finance from Fordham University. He is an active member of the American Institute of Architects, Boston Society of Architects, and the CFA Institute.  John is a member of the Urban Land Institute’s, Urban Development Council – Boston and a Board Member of the Congress of New Urbanism’s New England Chapter.