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Trumbull Veterans Center
Trumbull, CT

Wiles Architects has been working closely with the city of Trumbull to design an all new and improved Veteran's Center. The goal of out design is to encourage and increase veteran and community engagement and to provide veterans with services to help them in their day to day life. The design includes a:

  • Memorial Gallery

  • Food Prep kitchen

  • Gathering Room

  • Educational Spaces

  • Computer Room

  • Resource Room

  • Exterior Deck Overlooking Katz Pond

Visit Wiles Studio for an animation of this design!


For more info on Trumbull's Veteran Affairs visit:

Trumbull Aquatics Center
2019-2020 Design
Trumbull, CT

In 2006 Wiles Architects worked with the City of Trumbull, to design a Natatorium, an indoor swimming pool facility. It was decided for many reasons that the time was not right. Today in 2019, Wiles Architects has been asked to revisit the design of a new community pool for the city of Trumbull. Wiles Architects new design includes:

  • 10 lane pool

  • zero entry pool

  • bleacher seating for 300 people

  • changing rooms

  • out door wrap around patio. 

  • Waiting/lounge entrance

Visit Wiles Studio for an animation of this design!

For info on the existing Trumbull Pool visit:

Trumbull Aquatics Center
2006 Design
Trumbull, CT

To the right you will see the original 2006 design of the pool Wiles Architects proposed to the town of Trumbull, CT. You will see the simplicity of the design compared to the 2020 rendition. This simplicity was largely due the the 3D technology available to us at the time. The first few images shown will be of the original design brought into modern software, and below this item will  be a video of the design before the implementation of Revit software in 2008. These images and the video below are a reminder of not only how design standards have changed but also how design technology has changed in the previous decades.

For info on the existing Trumbull Pool visit:

Trumbull High School Pool

  Trumbull, CT

An Educational and community use pool dedicated to providing a location where Trumbull families and students can use the pool for a wide variety of events. The seven lane completion pool is separated from the diving portion to allow for maximum use of the facility. A separate warm therapy whirlpool is conveniently located adjacent to the pool for Senior Citizen or Trumbull residences.

The state of the art filter system is celebrated by being visible from the street to illustrate the extensive equipment required to operate the pool.Public spaces, lobbies and locker room are centrally located for a functional and economical operational layout.

Many sustainable design strategies where included including solar, passive heat gain, recycled materials, and efficient ventilation systems with heat recovery components.



Lauralton Hall Gaurd House
Milford, CT

Wiles+Architects was hired by Lauralton Hall High School to create a new Guard House, that would shelter the entry guards, that assist those who wish to enter the school. The Guard House is still undergoing many conceptual design changes and a date for construction has not been decided.. 

Lauralton Hall Field House and Concession Stand
Milford, CT

Wiles+Architects was hired by Lauralton Hall High School to create a new Field House that fit well with the existing historical environment. Their Field House includes a concession stand, a men’s and women’s bathroom and a storage area.  

Penfield Beach Pavillion

 Fairfield, CT

The second phase of a two phase project, Wiles Architects was commissioned to provide a new public beach facility for the Town of Fairfield. A 2,500 s.f. gathering room, public restrooms, and a concession kitchen were incorporated into the existing locker rooms. Wiles Architects fastidious determination and dedication to design, brought the project in on time and under budget.​

Concession Stand Concepts

   Trumbull High School | Trumbull, CT

The existing Concession Stand and Field House at Trumbull High School was in dire need of an upgrade. Originally a one-story concrete block building that served as both kitchen and storage room. Wiles Architects took it upon themselves to re-imagine this important game day facility with a little more energy.



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