1981

1981

1981: A.P. Construction founded. Started with interior project work.

1991

1991

1991: The K.T. Murphy School marked the start of a strategic initiative in schoolwork and led to the completion of more than 50 schools.

1992

1992

1992: The Westchester office opened at 925 Westchester Avenue, White Plains, NY.

1992: EastRidge Properties portfolio of 18 buildings and 2 million square feet awarded to Ashforth; interiors awarded to A.P. Construction.

1992: AIG was A.P. Construction’s first trading floor project.

1995

1995

1995: A.P. Construction completed renovation of the City of Stamford’s Newfield & Roxbury elementary schools. This was A.P.’s first public schoolwork.

1995: A.P. Construction renovated Hyperion Software’s Stamford, CT-based worldwide headquarters.

1996

1996

1996: New Canaan’s three public elementary schools were completed. This was the largest job for A.P. Construction to-date.

2000

2000

2000: A.P. Construction dollar volume reached $66 million.

2000: Greenwich High School completed. This was the first joint venture with O&G Industries and led to three more joint ventures totaling $200 million.

2002

2002

2002: A.P. Construction relocated from 3001 Summer Street to 707 Summer Street in Stamford, CT.

2003

2003

2003: The Graham Capital project was completed and valued at $15 million.

2005

2005

2005: A.P. Construction dollar volume reached $100 million.

2005: Norwalk Police Department renovation completed. The well-drawn plans and highly visible building helped make the project a success.

2005: Fairfield Public Library assumption from Klewin Building Company.

2006

2006

2006: The new Nokia headquarters project was completed and valued at $32 million.

2006: A.P. Construction’s Westchester office relocated to 120 Bloomingdales Road, White Plains, NY.

2006: A.P. Construction celebrated its 25th anniversary.

2006: A.P. Construction donated $10,000 and 60 employees to help erect a playground in downtown Stamford, CT.

2006: Darien High School completed, a four-and-a-half-year, 360,000 sf project including new construction and renovation to existing spaces.

2007

2007

2007: New Canaan High School completed, a four-year, 375,000 sf, “renovate-as-new” project performed under occupied conditions.

2008

2008

2008: A.P. Construction completed LEED Gold certified Darien Library.

2012

2012

2012: A.P. Construction completed 418,000 sf Chelsea Piers Connecticut project.

2012: A.P. Construction completed major re-positioning of 3001 Stamford Square including $7 million renovation to create a new lobby, gourmet café and fitness center, as well as updates to entry plaza, elevators, restrooms and common areas.

2013

2013

2013: A.P. Construction completed its 20th private club in last 10 years.

2013: A.P. Construction Awarded Phase 2 of Trinity Financial’s Park Square West (66 Summer Street) – a $46 million, 225,000 square foot luxury, high rise mixed-use development consisting of 209 residential apartments with approximately 6,800 square feet of ground floor retail. Completed and opened in 2015.

2014: A.P. Construction marked 20 years in the healthcare market, completing $100 million in healthcare construction projects.

2014

2014

2014: A.P. Construction marked 20 years in the education sector, completing $500 million in education construction projects.

2014: A.P. Construction completed Trumbull High School, a four-year, “renovate-as-new”, 330,000 sf project. Many sustainable features were included to meet LEED Silver certification.

2014: A.P. Construction completes its second project for Chelsea Piers Connecticut, a 65,000 sf, $9 million Athletic Club.

2014: A.P. Construction broke ground on a new 38,000 square foot medical office building for White Plains Hospital, scheduled for completion in 2015.

2015

2015

2014-2015: Major tenant renovations completed at 3001 Stamford Square: Pitney Bowes, Willis, O’Connor Davies, First County Bank, Genworth.

2014-2015: Major tenant renovations completed at Greenwich Plaza: AQR Capital Management, Lone Pine Capital.