Management

Anthony Dirubbo, LEED® AP

Anthony Dirubbo, LEED® AP

Vice President Operations

Unrestricted MA Construction Supervisor License
OSHA 30 Certification

38 Washington St., Pembroke MA 02359
· Phone: (781) 681-9240 ext.13
· Email: adirubbo@acellaconstruction.com

Profile

Anthony directs project operations, safety initiatives, training and best practices for Acella Construction Corporation. Acella places safety first on all of our projects, and we currently maintain a ‘best in the industry’ 2016 Experience Modification Rate (EMR) of .86. Prior to starting Acella with his brother, Dave Dirubbo, president of Acella, Anthony worked for 20 years in construction as a Superintendent, Project Manager, Field Engineer and Owner/Operator. Anthony is instrumental to the organization at every level, managing site safety and logistics plans, subcontractor compliance, and safety inspections. Anthony also takes a lead role in project management for large new construction projects and complicated site work. Anthony earned a B.S in Construction Management from Wentworth Institute of Technology.

Experience

2003-Present      Acella Construction Corporation, Pembroke, MA

Key Clients / Projects

Independent School – Value: $27 m 

  • Jackson – Walnut Park Schools, Groton School, Thayer Academy, Riverview School, Berrybrook School

Non-profit and Cultural/Historic – Value: $11 m         

  • South Shore YMCA, Boston Fencing Club (Harvard Real Estate), JRI-Justice Resource Institute, Zoo New England

Sport/Recreation – Value: $20 m       

  • Cummaquid Golf Club, Gold’s Gym, Hyannisport Club, Hyannis Yacht Club, Ocean Edge Golf Resort, Wollaston Golf Club

Medical – Value: $10 m

  • Island Terrace Nursing Home, Outer Cape Health

Corporate/Commercial and Retail – Value $10 m      

  • Greentree Condominium, Unlikely Story Bookstore & Café, Pier 1 Imports, Lakeside Commons, Morgan Stanley, Honda of Boston, Wal-Mart
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As anyone in construction knows, the punchlist is the real test of a superintendent’s expertise, and Acella passed it with flying colors. This, despite the fact that the project was terrifically complicated technically, involving both restoration and new work, with a variety of trades employed- requiring broad knowledge from the project team.

- Maria Rice, President Wellfleet Preservation Hall