Since founding the firm in 1981, he has focused Meridian toward having strong social responsibility—finding people-centered solutions, which is an area of great passion for Antonio. His primary area of practice is media and entertainment, where he and his team of visionaries plan next-generation spaces to work seamlessly with today’s workflows, so they remain relevant for years to come through carefully projected future scenarios.

Antonio and his staff have proven the innovative quality of their work through projects such as the game-changing Warner Media HQ relocation to Hudson Yards and HBO’s LAG Data Center. Meridian’s other blue-chip entertainment clients include CBS, CNN, ESPN, Telemundo, A+E, ABC, Discovery and NBC. Antonio and his work have been featured in the Associated Press, Broadcast Engineering, The New York Times, The New York Post, The New York Daily News, EFE News and many other leading publications.

He is a member of the American Institute of Architects, LEED and National Council of Architectural Registration Boards and he is an accredited and a registered architect in over a dozen states. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Friends of the National Museum of the American Latino and has been recognized with awards from The Committee for Hispanic Children and Families, Inc. and Upwardly Global.

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