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Rizzo Project Wins ENR New York Best Government/Public Building Project

The Orange County Government Center won ENR (Engineering News-Record) New York’s Best Project in the Government/Public Building sector this past week. Rizzo worked as the General Contractor on the project, which included a new pre-engineered steel building, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and

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Anthony Jr. and Patty Rizzo to be Honored by the Saint Pio Foundation

The Saint Pio Foundation, a non-profit charity organization dedicated to promoting the awareness of Saint Pio by working with institutions ​and ​​individuals who share the same vision to serve “those in need of relief of suffering,” has chosen to honor Mr. and Mrs.

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Orange County Government Center – UPDATE

A look at a recent project from Straus News, a community news source and publisher, serving contiguous towns in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

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Milford Maintenance Facility Taking Shape

The renovations and additions to the state Department of Transportation Maintenance and repair facility in Milford is an $11.4 million construction contract for the existing facility on Banner Drive in Milford. The work consists of demolishing the office, bays and

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Rizzo Recruits at CCSU Construction Jobs Fair

The Rizzo Companies recruited students at the Central Connecticut State University jobs fair Thursday, sending General Manager Anthony Isola, Project Manager Kevin Lathrop and Administrative Assistant Yoselin Reinoso. Roughly 150 students and others attended the construction management jobs fair, and

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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 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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