January 7, 2019 – Antinozzi Associates was recently honored with an Award of Merit from the Connecticut Building Congress for our work on the City of Meriden CT’s Orville H. Platt High School. The four-year project entailed building and renovating 265,000 square feet with our disruption high school operations. The project was finished on time and under budget.
Antinozzi Associates of Bridgeport, Connecticut was the project architect. O&G Industries of Torrington, Connecticut was the construction manager. Arcadis of Middletown, Connecticut was the Program Manager.
Paul Antinozzi, President of Antinozzi Associates addressed the work put forth by his staff. “As with most school projects, the budget is always a key concern – which was no different for Platt High School. However, our staff worked very diligently to choose sustainable and cost effective solutions when designing this project to produce the most cost effective outcome possible.”
About Antinozzi Associates: Antinozzi Associates has more than six decades of design leadership in commercial, institutional, educational and multi-family residential architecture. Services include architecture, interior design, master planning, space planning, programming, project management, pre-referendum services, feasibility studies, site analysis, consultant coordination, bid evaluations, construction consultation and FF&E services.
Original post can be found here.