Who We Are
Jim DiGiorno, President
Jim DiGiorno, President and co-founder of Rubicon Builders, leads the firm with his passion for guiding clients through their projects, helping them find the building solutions that make the most of each budget that support their organization’s vision and growth. Jim’s focus—and the heart of Rubicon’s mission—is on building economically and socially community-enriching projects. Whether Jim is working with one of our healthcare, institutional or corporate clients, he assures the project Rubicon builds, is the project you need.
From leading clients through their first experience with a complex capital project, to structuring a Design/Build team for clients on aggressive schedules, Jim exemplifies Rubicon’s construction management principles.
An alumnus of Wentworth Institute of Technology, Jim’s 30-year career in construction management includes almost fifteen years as Project Executive with one of the Northeast’s leading firms, Consigli Construction Co., Inc., where Jim managed a broad portfolio of clients, as well as in his early years with Southeastern Massachusetts-based Marshall Contractors Inc.
Notable Healthcare, Institutional and Corporate Projects
Jim has built projects for hospitals, colleges and universities, religious centers, non-profit organizations and commercial institutions. Recent work includes:
- Fallon Clinic, Gastroenterology Clinic, Worcester, MA
- Marlborough Hospital, Diagnostic Imaging Center, Marlborough, MA
- The New England Center for Homeless Veterans, Boston, MA
- The Greater Boston Food Bank, Yawkey Distribution Center, Boston, MA
- Wat Nawamintarachutis Thai Temple, Raynham, MA
- Dining Commons, Bates College, Lewiston, ME
- UniBank for Savings, Operations Center, Whitinsville, MA
Jim’s social responsibility commitment to organizations that are vital contributors to our communities is reflected in his volunteer work for non-profits including the MetroWest YMCA, YWCA of Worcester County, the Greater Boston Food Bank, Veterans Inc., and the Brighton Marine Health Center.