“This is an exciting moment for our Pittsburgh team as the new office will better connect us to the city’s downtown core and business district,” said Mike Corb, Senior Vice President of CannonDesign. “Ever since CannonDesign established itself in Pittsburgh we’ve sought a new space to fuel our creative teams and future. This move achieves those goals and brings us even closer to our clients.”
The move comes as CannonDesign is connected to exciting work across the Pittsburgh region. We’re proud of the recently completed Science Innovation Center and Student Achievement Center at Westmoreland County Community College. We’re also currently working with the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Allegheny Health Network, Seneca Valley School District, West Virginia University and SUNY Binghamton among other corporate, educational and healthcare clients.
“We’re a local firm with global reach,” explained Corb. “There’s no other firm equipped to bring design excellence, subject matter expertise and project delivery leadership to Pittsburgh organizations as seamlessly and effectively as CannonDesign. Now we have a new home base where that can happen well into the future.”
CannonDesign’s move to 606 Liberty Ave. is effective starting Monday, Oct. 7. The exciting moment comes amidst a flurry of recent recognition for our firm. In the past two months, our team has been recognized as one of the 22 most important design firms of 2019 and Healthcare Design’s health organization of the year.