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Seymour Elementary School Project Approved in October Referendum

A majority of Seymour residents voted on October 7, 2009 in support of a proposal developed by Antinozzi Associates to combine Chatfield and Lopresti Elementary Schools in a referendum that drew over 1,500 voters. Though small in margin (773-739), Seymour voters authorized the town to appropriate $32.5 million to expand […]


New Aerotech School at Brainard Airport Opens

March 9, 2009 The Connecticut Aero Tech School opened its new $10 million training facility for aviation maintenance technicians at a Ribbon Cutting and Dedication Ceremony held on March 9, 2009. The ceremony, hosted by Governor M. Jodi Rell and Connecticut’s Departments of Public Works, Education and Transportation, celebrated the […]


University of Bridgeport Library Goes Digital

BRIDGEPORT, CT, Feb. 20, 2009 The University of Bridgeport officially opened the doors of its transformed Magnus Wahlstrom Library at a well-attended ribbon cutting ceremony and reception. The library renovation, part of a multi-million dollar CHEFA (Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority) loan secured in June 2007 by the University […]


Implementing Integrated Practice at Antinozzi Associates

In order to be cutting edge in the design and construction industry, Antinozzi Associates started in early 2008 taking steps to implement Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) into the office. The major step in this implementation includes the use of Building Information Modeling (BIM), not just for 3D visualization, but to […]


New Principals Named at Architecture Firm

Bridgeport, CT, Jan. 15, 2008 Antinozzi Associates announced today that F. Michael Ayles, AIA and Paul Lisi, RA, have been named principals in the Bridgeport-based architectural and interior design firm. Ayles has been a member of the Antinozzi team since 1994, when he joined as an architectural intern. Since then, […]


Bridgeport Renaissance Draws Architects to City

BRIDGEPORT, CT Within a few blocks of their new offices, Paul Antinozzi and George Perham can see some of the landmark Bridgeport buildings their firm helped develop. There’s the railroad station, a courthouse, schools, offices, and a church. And there are new projects their architectural firm is creating – clear […]


Changing the Image of Technical Education Through Design

The State of Connecticut is upgrading and changing the name of its trade schools from Regional Vocational Technical Schools to Connecticut Technical High Schools. That, says Paul Antinozzi, AIA, is a welcome design challenge from the client. The architecture and design of the buildings can help people understand that there […]


Architectural Firm Designs for Productivity

Increasing employee productivity should begin even before employees walk through the front door of the corporation. In fact, it’s the front door itself that may hold the key to at least a part of the company’s productivity level. The architecture and design firm, Antinozzi Associates, Stratford, CT, USA, says that […]