historic work

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Three Rivers Stadium (completed in 1971; replaced by Heinz Field in 2001)

A witness to history: Clemente’s 3,000th hit. Franco’s “Immaculate Reception”.

Springsteen’s concert audience of 65,935.

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Michael L. Benedum School of Engineering & Mines, University of Pittsburgh

Award-winning in 1971 and still working.

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Harmarville Rehabilitation Center (completed in 1975)

Who would have thought that creating a “main street” concept for a rehabilitation would be the right direction? We did.

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Westinghouse Nuclear Energy Center Phase II Office Building (completed 1971)

The mirror glass façade was chosen to be aesthetically pleasing by reflecting the landscape of the area and to be economical by reducing air-conditioning loads.

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Civic Arena (completed in 1961)

From closed to open-air arena in just 2-1/2 minutes.

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Trees Hall (Western Wing of Physical Education Building, University of Pittsburgh, completed in 1965)

We went to great lengths to provide two pools for the University of Pittsburgh – one intercollegiate-sized and one Olympic-sized with diving boards for competition.

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Litchfield Dormitory Towers, University of Pittsburgh (completed in 1963)

We love rooms with a view.

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National Cash Register Company (NCR) Pavilion (Completed in 1964)

Imagine using computers to test designs before construction. Novel idea? Yes it was, in the 1960s.

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Wean Hall, Carnegie Mellon University (1972-Building)

Who thought that building on the edge of a steep ravine in order to complete the original campus quadrangle plan was even possible? We did.

NCRPavilion

National Cash Register Company (NCR) Pavilion (Completed in 1964)

Imagine using computers to test designs before construction. Novel idea? Yes it was, in the 1960s.

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Wean Hall, Carnegie Mellon University (1972-Building)

Who thought that building on the edge of a steep ravine in order to complete the original campus quadrangle plan was even possible? We did.

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