WTW is pleased to announce several staff elevations that have taken place this summer to expand our leadership ranks.
This transformative project provides a fresh and functional space for students to enjoy their meals and establish a sense of community on campus.
Site visit! This week our team had the opportunity to tour the on-going construction for the College of Osteopathic Medicine at Duquesne University.
Join Senior Associate John Campbell during the Portand OR, ACUHO-I Conference for his Ed Session "Revitalizing Traditional Dormitories through Bathroom Privatization."
Find us next week at the NACAS Central/East in Philly!
Years of pollution had covered the Carnegie Library buildings in black soot and grime. In 2001, WTW was enlisted in the remarkable transformation that restored the buildings to their original light color.
Members of the WTW team were thrilled to attend last the 2023 Mel Blount All-Star Celebrity Roast. The event honored former Pittsburgh Steller Troy Polamalu and the proceeds support the Mel Blount Youth Leadership Initiative.
Construction is coming along quickly for the Upper Campus Chiller at the University of Pittsburgh. Our project team recently visited the site to review the progress. WTW is excited to be a part of this unique and collaborative project led by Burns & McDonnell.
WTW was honored to attend the University of Pittsburgh Victory Heights Celebration event with our partners from HNTB. The team is grateful to be part of the transformational Arena & Sports Performance Center project and to recognize the accomplishments of the Pitt team.
At WTW, our Library story begins with understanding how people use and connect in libraries. Understanding the wavelengths of connection allows us to utilize library programming in our projects to bring students and the campus community together through a multitude of features and spaces.
Our experiences inside of buildings consist of the things that we can see, but also a lot of things that we cannot see. The elements that exist between walls and different sections of buildings are just as important for the users as their visible environment, they might just not know it.
The WTW team is excited to attend the 2023 NIRSA National Conference here in Pittsburgh, PA! Our team is looking forward to connecting with previous clients, new members, sharing our home city with conference attendees, and showcasing our current recreation projects.