Our Recent Work

  • Grounds and Trades

    Facilities Management provides support for University-sponsored special events in Campus buildings and grounds.
     

  • Chevron Science Center

    Recent renovations to Chevron have added new organic chemistry research labs, an electronic reference library and a café named the Bunsen Brewer.

  • Salk Pavilion

    Salk Hall is designated as a historic landmark of both the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation.
     

  • GSPH

    Crabtree and Parran Halls house Pitt's Graduate School of Public Health (GSPH), founded in 1948 with the mission of providing leadership in health promotion, disease prevention and the elimination of health disparities.

  • Mark A. Nordenberg Hall

    The University’s newest residence hall, opened in fall 2013, is named for Pitt's 17th chancellor, Mark A. Nordenberg, to acknowledge his pivotal role in transforming Pitt.

  • Grounds and Trades

    Facilities Management provides support for University-sponsored special events in Campus buildings and grounds.
     

  • Chevron Science Center

    Recent renovations to Chevron have added new organic chemistry research labs, an electronic reference library and a café named the Bunsen Brewer.

  • Salk Pavilion

    Salk Hall is designated as a historic landmark of both the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation.
     

  • GSPH

    Crabtree and Parran Halls house Pitt's Graduate School of Public Health (GSPH), founded in 1948 with the mission of providing leadership in health promotion, disease prevention and the elimination of health disparities.

  • Mark A. Nordenberg Hall

    The University’s newest residence hall, opened in fall 2013, is named for Pitt's 17th chancellor, Mark A. Nordenberg, to acknowledge his pivotal role in transforming Pitt.