Tony Pitassi started with PWWG in 1998 and is a leader in the firm’s hospitality, adaptive reuse and historic rehabilitation, industrial training, and commercial office practices. He is an expert in firm management practices with a depth of technical knowledge about construction. Tony has managed many of PWWG’s complex, large-scale projects using a variety of delivery methods including design / bid / build, design-build, GMP and negotiated contracts. He volunteers outside the office with the Upper St. Clair Building and Fire Codes Advisory Board, and is a board member and director of secondary school regional athletics.
Kent State University
BA Architectural Studies
University of Pittsburgh
American Institute of Architects; LEED Accredited Professional; Green Building Council Institute
Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, museumLab; 15th and Race Development; 21c Museum Hotel Cincinnati; 21c Museum Hotel Lexington; Henry W. Oliver Building Facade Rehabilitation and Embassy Suites Hotel Conversion; Steamfitters Local Union #449 Training Center; Crescent Court Condominiums
People Would be Surprised to Find Out:
I was the first in my family to go to college
"...at the end of the day..."
IF I COULD HAVE DINNER WITH ANYONE, IT WOULD BE
MY FAVORITE BUILDING IS
St. Peter's Basillica at The Vatican
MY ARCHITECTURAL PHILOSOPHY
Listen, gather, guide and deliver