Monthly Archives: January 2016

Steel Flying High at Rocky Hill DOT Facility

Workers are erecting steel at the DOT’s newest maintenance facility in Rocky Hill. The state Department of Transportation maintenance and repair facility, designed to be 80,000-square-feet in 2017, is located at the center of the state. It will be used

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Rizzo Corp. begins Orange County Government Center

The Rizzo Corp is beginning work on renovating and adding to the former Orange County Government Center in Goshen, NY. The center, designed by Paul Rudolph in the 1960s, was closed after damage from Hurricane Irene in 2011. The county

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Rizzo Signs Letter of Intent, Work at Danbury High School Starts with Roof

Plans are drawn and the first work on Danbury High School’s addition will be replacing part of the school’s 180,000-square-foot roof. Because the school has so many buildings and elevations, the roofs were installed at different times and are failing

Posted in Danbury, Danbury High School, Education, Public Schools

Form Your Team – Walk to Cure Arthritis

The event takes off between 9 a.m. and noon on June 12 at the Immaculate High School track, 73 Southern Boulevard, Danbury. The event is sponsored locally by the Rizzo Companies and nationally by abbvie, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Amgen, Massage Envy

Posted in Annual Walk to Cure Arthritis, Arthritis Foundation, Community Service, Danbury

Rizzo Apartments Taking Shape

 Photo credit goes to Carol Kaliff, photo chief, The News-Times, Danbury, Hearst Media. Apartments taking shape at 5 South St., across the road from Timber Oaks should be completed later in 2016, according to the Rizzo Corporation and DeMarco Construction.

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Rizzo Corp. to Renovate/Repurpose Four Downtown Danbury Buildings

Rizzo Corp. won a contract with the Connecticut Institute for Communities Inc., to renovate four older downtown Danbury buildings. Two of the buildings, the former Boughton Street YMCA and a former plumbing showroom on Park Avenue, are now vacant. The other

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Danbury High School Renovations to Start When School Ends

Plans are drawn and the first work on Danbury High School’s addition will be replacing part of the school’s 180,000-square-foot roof. Because the school has so many buildings and elevations, the roofs were installed at different times and are failing

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Danbury Apartment Complex Taking Shape (News-Times)

DANBURY — Construction is moving forward at a record pace on a new apartment complex on South Street as a result of warmer weather and a lack of snow so far this winter. “We’ve been really lucky with the weather

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