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July 2015

The Need For Speed In PA

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Tuesday July 21, 2015

The Need For Speed In PA

This summer, Al. Neyer’s construction team is working swiftly to complete a $13.6 million office campus near Pittsburgh before the end of 2015. The Oxford Development Company has selected Al. Neyer to serve as the construction manager for two Class A flex office buildings at 250 Industry Drive in RIDC Park West. WTW Architects is leading design efforts for the buildings, which expect to be completed in September and December, respectively.

Both 44,000 SF buildings (88,000 SF total) can be joined by a center connection, offering greater flexibility. Both spaces are incredibly efficient; no common area added space maximizes the amount of rentable space.

These flexible spaces will accommodate a variety of users and business operations including general office, R&D, technology, and product assembly. The design of these buildings will also provide greater density and open and exposed floor plans.

Future users will appreciate a prominent location in the RIDC Park West Business Park area, which offers convenient access to the Pittsburgh International Airport, I-376 and I-79. The location is also only 15 minutes away from Downtown Pittsburgh.

For more information on this project, please contact Mark Vella at 412-316-7548 or via email, or Krista Foster at 412-841-4479 or email.


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