Education


Platt renovations wow students on first day in Meriden

August 29, 2017 – Necks craned and eyes widened as students walked through the lofty new glass entranceway at Platt High School Monday. Not only was it the first day of school, but the first day without clamoring construction crews and blocked hallways after four years of renovations. “A lot […]

Platt High School Principal Robert Montemurro talks about the completed Antinozzi Associates renovation of the Meriden, CT high school,

West Haven celebrates ground-breaking for new high school

August 22, 2017 – The resurrected $130 million project to rebuild and renovate West Haven High School got its official start Tuesday as officials from the city, its contractors, state representatives and some students used golden shovels to toss some earth — although demolition work to prepare for the project […]

Antinozzi Associates to build new $130 million West Haven High School.

$125 Million Renovation Leads to Alma Mater Visit

When Antinozzi architect George Perham put a shovel in the ground at Stratford High School’s recent ground breaking for the $125-million renovation it was at the building where he first fell in love with architectural drawing. “This was one of the most meaningful groundbreakings of my career,” said Perham. “As […]

Antinozzi Associates' Geroge Perham revisits alma mater, Stratford High School, during $125 million renovation.

Antinozzi Associates Announces $64M CREC Magnet School Construction

September 12, 2013 – Bridgeport, CT – Antinozzi Associates is excited to announce the construction of the Capitol Region Education Council’s (CREC) Medical Profession and Teacher Preparation Magnet School. Antinozzi Associates was awarded by CREC to design this new magnet school, located in New Britain, CT.  This magnet school will […]


Oxford High School Receives Design Accolades

Oxford High School – September 5, 2007 -was a historic day for the 209-year old Town of Oxford, Connecticut. On that day, 267 students filed into the first and only high school in the Town’s history. In prior years, students heading to high school found themselves separated from many of […]