Peter strives to exceed client expectations while achieving the business goals of the Boston office and fostering the career aspirations of its staff.

Peter Quigley is responsible for the growth and operations of the firm’s Boston office. He has more than 28 years of experience in structural analysis and design, renovation and expansion, design-build, seismic analysis and protective design. Peter engages in all aspects of design and construction, from the initial schematic development of structural systems to the final phases and is known for finding innovative and cost effective solutions to challenging problems.

Diversified Expertise
Over the course of his career, Peter has built an extensive project portfolio that includes institutional, commercial, historic and industrial buildings as well as highways, tunnels, mass transit and physical security. He has worked on many noteworthy projects in the Greater Boston area and across New England, including Boston’s 35-story State Street Financial Center (One Lincoln Street) and the renovation and addition to Fenway Park, the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority’s Norumbega Covered Water Storage Facility in Weston, Massachusetts and the corporate headquarters for Citizens Bank in Providence, Rhode Island. Peter has collaborated with many well-known architects, including Pritzker Prize winners Fumihiko Maki on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Norman Foster on the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.

Outside of Work
Peter resides in Attleboro, Massachusetts, with his wife, Maggie, and son, Connor. He enjoys playing ice hockey, gardening, tackling various handyman projects and visiting his wife’s family in Galway, Ireland.

Expertise
• Structural analysis and design
• Design-build
• Renovation and expansion
• Protective design
• Seismic analysis