Joseph D. Renzulli
Joe Renzulli joined Altieri in 1978. He has extensive electrical systems design experience and has been responsible for the engineering of systems for museum, institutional, education, and aquarium projects. Joe has also been responsible for IT and AV systems design, notably for the 450,000 sf renovation and expansion of Staples High School in Westport, CT.
Joe excels at complex design challenges such as at the Philadelphia Museum of Art where the program requires reworking the main electrical distribution system while keeping the building open and running. He is also a highly skilled project manager, especially on projects requiring the coordination of numerous consultants.
Joe’s design approach focuses on maintaining the integrity of the architecture of existing, often historic, buildings such as the Huntington Avenue Theatre in Boston, originally designed and constructed as America’s first civic playhouse.
In addition to his interest in architecture, Joe and his wife especially enjoy vacationing in Mexico.
- – Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, PA
- – Brooklyn Historical Society, Brooklyn, NY
- – Fort Ticonderoga, Mars Education Center, Ticonderoga, NY
- – Huntington Avenue Theatre, Boston, MA
- – LancasterHistory.org, Lancaster, PA
- – Mark Twain House, Hartford, CT
- – Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
- – Museum of the City of New York, New York, NY
- – Mystic Aquarium, Norwalk, CT
- – National Lighthouse Museum, Staten Island, NY
- – Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA
- – Philip Johnson Brick House, New Canaan, CT
- – Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA
- – Staples High School, Westport, CT
- – The Abraham Joshua Heschel School, New York, NY
- – The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, CA
- – The Ringling, Ca’ d’Zan, Sarasota, FL
- – University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia, PA
- – West Haven High School, West Haven, CT