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Anthony S. Di Properzio - History

HISTORY OF THE FIRM

Since its inception in 1976 the architectural firm of Anthony S. DiProperzio, A.I.A. has been serving the private and public sectors of the construction industry and has been recognized as a leader within the architectural community.  As it presently exists, the firm is actually a result of the merging of three highly successful architectural firms.

  In 1986, upon the retirement of Douglas Persich, A.I.A., the firm of Persich and Giacopelli, A.I.A., established in 1955, merged with Anthony S. DiProperzio, A.I.A. and became Giacopelli and DiProperzio, A.I.A.  On December 31, 1987 James J. Giacopelli retired, and in 1993 the name of the firm was returned to Anthony S. DiProperzio, A.I.A.

  The merging of the firms, coupled with the extensive experience of the principals, created a diversified practice resulting in a history of successful broad range projects including custom single family residential, multi-family high rise, commercial, institutional, religious and public projects.

Clients served by the firm include:

  • Brooklyn Diocese of New York

  • Catholic Medical Center of Brooklyn & Queens

  • New York City Board of Education

  • Metropolitan Museum of Art

  • U.S.T.A. National Tennis Center

  • New York Islanders Hockey Club

  • Scalamandre Silks

Services of the firms include:

  • Feasibility and Budget Analysis

  • Building Program and Space Analysis

  • Corporate Interiors

  • Construction Documents

  • Construction Contract Administration

  • ADA Surveys and Analysis

Firm History Principal's Profile Office Operations Architect Design Awards

PROJECTS

Educational Projects Commercial and Business Projects Medical and Institutional Projects Public Projects
Recreational Projects Religious Projects Residential Projects Restaurant Projects

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