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A.M. Rizzo Working I-84 Reconstruction Project

Workers for A.M. Rizzo Electrical Contractors Electrical Construction removed old lighting poles on I-84 in the center meridian between Harper’s Ferry and Meadow Street in Waterbury. The work is part of the widening and straightening project now underway from exit

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A.M. Workers Study Confined Space Safety

About 70 employees of A.M. Rizzo Electrical Contractors and Rizzo Corporation learned about new, stricter OSHA rules governing confined spaces Saturday. Workers divided into four groups and rotated between four stations during the four-hour training. The trainers were Safety Director

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A.M. Rizzo Apparent Low Bidder on District 1 Crossings

A.M. Rizzo Electrical Contractors was the apparent low bidder Wednesday on a state Department of Transportation pedestrian signal project in District 1. The job calls for work on pedestrian signals in 14 towns and cities in the center of the

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AM Rizzo Updates Derby Signals

          AM Rizzo workers showed up at the corner of Division and Pershing near Derby’s Ansonia line Friday, and upgraded the intersection’s signals. Once the work is complete, pedestrians approaching the intersection will have walk buttons

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Henry Abbott Tech Leaves Mark on I-95

Marc Bova, a 1oth grader in manufacturing technology at Henry Abbott Technical School, worked closely with Project Leader Jeff Pond of AM Rizzo Electrical Contracting on a custom cover for a transformer box that will be installed on I-95 for

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Rizzo Electric Updates Traffic Signals at Segar/Lake Avenue Extension, Danbury

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Danbury Public Works, Rizzo, host Danbury Students

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Walk to Cure Arthritis 2015 at Immaculate High School Raises at least $60,000

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The Rizzo Companies featured in US Builders Review

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Fairfield County Business Journal Highlights Rizzo’s 50th Anniversary

Ten years after arriving from Italy at age 12, Anthony Rizzo Sr. borrowed $400 to buy a work truck and start a small electrical contracting business in Danbury.

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