2401 Smallman Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Jana D. Lake, President
Headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, 3R Sustainability provides consulting services to companies of all sizes to help them achieve their Corporate Responsibility (CR) and Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) goals. This is accomplished by developing CR strategies and plans based on what is material to each individual company and its stakeholders.
With dedication to deliver value and positive project outcomes, 3R builds and validates business cases for the design and implementation of innovative technologies and sustainable processes and programs for local, national, and global entities.
3R teams are made up of accredited professionals with backgrounds in business management, consulting, engineering, and assessments with decades of industry experience. Offering a range of CR services including planning, implementation, program evaluation, report and assurance guidance, and education and training; as well as supplemental services such as, built environment (LEED) consulting and resources for 3rd party verification, 3R tailors a team and solution to an organization’s exact needs.
3R consultants are passionate experts on environmental, social and economic concepts as they pertain to sustainability. Conscious of the symbiotic relationship between business processes, the built environment, and the natural environment, 3R strives to harmoniously integrate these concepts to have a positive influence on the people they team with and the projects they contribute to. 3R Sustainability operates each day with the goal of creating exceptional value and resilience for their clients to not simply sustain, but to flourish.
AE Works Ltd.
209 Sandusky Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15212
President and CEO, Founder: Michael Cherock, PE
ECO Chair: JoAnn Rizzo
Building Design and Consultant: Architecture, Interior Design, Building Systems Engineering, Security Risk Management and Project Services
Named on ENR Mid-Atlantic’s 2019 Top Design Firms List for three consecutive years, AE Works is an established and award-winning building design and consulting firm that has received awards for growth, social impact and design. With a mission to transform the lives of people and organizations by creating stunningly beautiful, highly functional, and safer spaces, AE Works integrates the practices of architecture, engineering, project services and security risk management to develop innovative, creative and collaborative solutions to real estate challenges. Experience spans commercial, government, healthcare, science and technology, higher education and public safety and security markets. AE Works is headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with additional office locations in State College, PA and Arlington, VA.
Partnering with our clients and communities, AE Works continually seeks to be an active participant in efforts to improve our world. We do this by working beyond our professional practice and engaging as stakeholders in change movements we believe in. To measure this impact and demonstrate the firm’s commitment to using business for good, AE Works became a Certified B Corporation. As a B Corp, AE Works voluntarily meets a higher standard of transparency, accountability and performance, harnessing the power of business to create positive impact – and community is a big part of that. AE Works’ full B Impact Report is available here: https://bcorporation.net/directory/ae-works
Collectively, thru practice and participation, AE Workers are on a mission to achieve our vision of a world where everyone is relevant.
243 East Main Street, Carnegie, PA, 15106
Craig E. Stevenson, President
Beth Eckenrode, Principal
Sustainability Technology Firm
AUROS Group, based in Pittsburgh, PA, is a pioneer in the delivery of Evidence-based Performance for the built environment. We believe that prescriptive based approaches to building sustainability, while helpful, are not enough to support building owner’s and project teams. Project stakeholders expect buildings to operate as planned, while effectively returning on an owner’s investment. Our flagship product is AUROS360, which exists to deliver performance in the forms of dramatically improved indoor air and environmental quality and reduced energy consumption.
AUROS360 is the first system of its kind to link planning to operations giving owners and developers transparent control to balance building performance goals, first costs for construction and long term operating costs. AUROS360 optimizes building performance aligning building owner’s fundamental principles to targeted performance metrics for indoor air and environmental quality and energy consumption.
Our pledge, as we challenge old paradigms and inspire project stakeholders in the commercial building industry, is to ensure all partners and collaborators are enabled to do their best work using AUROS360 tools and technologies. A holistic, data-driven approach to building performance is the key to scale aspirational sustainability goals for buildings, communities and cities.
1000 Cherrington Parkway, Moon Township, PA 15108
Brian Brickhouse, President
Jessica Myeroff, EHS Manager
Eaton is a power management company made up of approximately 100,000 employees, doing business in more than 175 countries. Eaton provides energy-efficient solutions that help customers effectively manage electrical, hydraulic and mechanical power more efficiently, safely and sustainably. Eaton’s vision is to improve the quality of life and the environment through the use of power management technologies and services.
Eaton believes their success as a company should be measured by more than financial results — it should also be defined by our commitment to environmental stewardship, social responsibility and governance. To fulfill our vision, Eaton established financial and non-financial aspirational goals that respond to issues that matter to all their stakeholders. To meet these goals, Eaton works hard to integrate environmental, social and governance (ESG) progress into their sustainability strategy.
Eaton’s sustainability goals and highlights include:
- Eaton has 148 sites that are zero waste-to-landfill and Eaton’s goal is to have all their manufacturing sites zero waste-to-landfill certified by 2030
- Since 2015, Eaton has reduced absolute GHG emissions by 13.6% and aims to reduce GHG emissions by 20% by 2025 (from 2015 levels)
- Eaton has invested $584 million in 2018 to accelerate innovation across their portfolio of products.
- Since 2015, Eaton has reduced their water consumption by 331k cubic meters.
210 5th Street, Charleroi, PA 15022
Raymond Yeager, President and CEO
Paxton Bucheral, Sustainability and Environmental Compliance Manager
Manufacturer – HVAC Components, Accessories, Ductwork, and Ductwork related products
As one of the largest HVAC accessory providers in the world, DMI Companies are committed to the sustainable manufacturing of a myriad of products designed to increase the efficiency of heating & cooling systems across the planet. Since 1978, DMI has been devoted to the betterment of the people & places our business touches within the industry, in the neighboring communities, and around the globe.
We proudly strive for social sustainability through our continued support for the local economies and extensive charitable efforts. Our employees are provided the resources needed to grow and develop financially and socially. Broad-spectrum skill development is emphasized while each employee is encouraged to build on their education and social network. We also seek to educate the public on our research & findings, working in conjunction with a variety of local & national organizations.
Financially, we analyze each new product prior to its release, as to ensure we are only producing goods that can be sold in the market in order to offset future costs and curb waste.
Environmentally, through our constant in-house efforts to reduce, reuse, and recycle, we are focused on maintaining ecological balance, with hopes that our efforts will result in a positive outcome for the world. Each product we manufacture represents our commitment to a reduction of waste from cradle to grave, with a long, healthy performance in the meantime.
It is through our diverse conservational efforts that we hope to afford a socially nurturing, economically stable, and naturally beautiful environment for generations to come.
Giant Eagle, Inc.
101 Kappa Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15238
Laura Shapira Karet, President and CEO
Justin Evans, Vice President of Sustainability and Government
Giant Eagle, Inc., ranked among the top 40 on Forbes magazine’s largest private corporations list, is one of the nation’s largest food, fuel and pharmacy retailers with approximately $8.9 billion in annual sales. Founded in 1931, Giant Eagle, Inc. has grown to be a leading retailer in the region with more than 460 stores throughout western Pennsylvania, Ohio, northern West Virginia, Maryland and Indiana.
Protecting our environment today helps ensure a healthier and cleaner future for generations to come. At Giant Eagle, sustainability is a strategic company-wide priority. We continually encourage out Team Members, customers, business partners and community members to make a personal and professional commitment to sustainability by reducing, reusing and recycling. By doing so, we will continue to reduce waste and protect our planet. Giant Eagle’s ongoing sustainability efforts include our commitments to:
- Green stores: Sixteen Giant Eagle locations have achieved U.S. Green Building Council LEED® certification. Among these stores is the Brunswick, Ohio Giant Eagle, which became the country’s first LEED certified supermarket in 2004.
- Energy Efficiency: Giant Eagle operates a total of 132 supermarkets that have earned the ENERGY STAR® rating. ENERGY STAR® certified buildings use 35% less energy than typical buildings nationwide.
- Alternative Fueling: Giant Eagle is committed to promoting efforts that reduce our carbon footprint, including by investing in alternative fuel options. Giant Eagle operates three Pittsburgh area public electric vehicle charging stations, and recently was awarded assistance from the State of Pennsylvania to install 16 more. Additionally, we continue to transition our delivery fleet vehicles to Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), a cleaner fuel substitute that improves air quality through reduced emissions. We have a total of 121 CNG vehicles, which is approximately 61% of our total distribution fleet. In addition to our public/private CNG station near Crafton, Pennsylvania, we’ve expanded our alternative fuel efforts to include GetGo-branded and private CNG locations.
- Fighting Food Waste: Giant Eagle strives for a zero waste footprint. This starts with a commitment to only merchandise what we believe customers will purchase. For food waste that is created, we have a tiered approach to making use of unsold product– reuse in other areas within the store such as our gourmet department, food donations (driven by longstanding partnerships with the Feeding America network and 412 Food Rescue), animal feed and composting.
More information can be found in Giant Eagle’s 2019 Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability Report at https://gianteaglecsr.com/.
Huckestein Mechanical Services, Inc.
1505 Metropolitan Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15233
Wendy P. Staso, President and CEO
Laura Frenz, Executive Assistant and Sustainability Officer
Huckestein Mechanical Services, Inc. is a certified, PA-COSTARS pre-qualified, woman-owned and operated mechanical and engineering contractor serving Western Pennsylvania, eastern Ohio and Northern West Virginia. We provide service, engineering and design-build solutions to a wide array of customers. Throughout our 60+ year history, we have demonstrated continual excellence and been an industry leader in the energy and design build markets. Our longevity is demonstrated through our current and past project performance, the skills and experience of our resources, and the reputable dealings of our company.
Through our SERVICEPLAN™ platform, Huckestein provides HVAC service and maintenance to more than 250 institutional, commercial, and government facilities throughout the tri-state area. Each service technician drives a fully stocked van. We tailor our service options to the customer’s needs, including: preventive maintenance programs; repair or replacement of equipment; and 24-hour emergency response. Our experts develop a results-oriented service strategy to provide the broadest range of reliability-centered predictive, preventive and scheduled maintenance services possible. We also offer a full suite of value enhancements services such as customer web portals, virtual equipment tracking and real-time work order generation.
No Change Order Design-Build Projects
At Huckestein, we believe that an integrated approach to designing and constructing projects leads to high quality, cost effective, and timely outcomes. The only way we can deliver on these commitments is to be the single point accountable to our customers for the outcome of our work. In the case of mechanical renovation or replacement projects, we take complete responsibility for the mechanical design and installation of every proposed project. Our brand promise is that, under no circumstances will there be change orders within the agreed upon scope of work for any Huckestein project.
Energy Management Strategies
Huckestein has built its reputation on designing and installing HVAC systems and controls using high efficiency equipment and innovative design for air recovery and handling, energy metering, and power monitoring to provide best value. We deliver efficiencies to our clients either through direct contracting or partnerships with Energy Service Company (ESCO) organizations. Over the years, we have delivered more than $20 million in targeted ESCO energy efficient project management services to the greater Pittsburgh area. It is this work that drives economic efficiencies for our local businesses and for the region at-large, using energy audits and comprehensive engineering strategies.
Specialized Services, Diagnostics and Engineering
Our group of highly skilled tradespeople is able to complement our core business offerings with specialty services and diagnostics aimed at meeting your specific needs. Whether it is workspace environmental requirements, equipment diagnostics or a second opinion on new project scope, Huckestein’s experts can deliver. Additionally, our on staff professional engineer adds depth and breadth to our value engineering and design services. This allows our customers to engage with Huckestein throughout the design-build-service continuum.
2001 Park Manor Blvd., Pittsburgh, PA 15205
Ciannie Rodriguez, Store Manager
Rachel Kulin, Communications and Events Specialist
IKEA is the leader in life at home providing furniture and home furnishings that are affordable to the many as well as Swedish food items and casual dining.
IKEA’s sustainability goals and highlights include: solar and/or geothermal installations at all US stores, Zero food waste by 2020 goal, switching from wood to cardboard pallets reducing our footprint of CO2 usage by 75,000 tons per year, producing as much renewable energy as we consume by 2020, replanting as much wood as we use by 2020. You can track all of IKEA’s sustainability goals each year by downloading our annual sustainability reports: http://www.ikea.com/ms/en_US/img/ad_content/IKEA_Group_Sustainability_Report_FY16.pdf
Koppers Holdings Inc. (NYSE: KOP), headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is an integrated global provider of treated wood products, wood treatment chemicals and carbon compounds. We use our products and services in a variety of niche applications in a diverse range of end-markets, including the railroad, specialty chemical, utility, residential lumber, agriculture, aluminum, steel, rubber and construction industries. With more than 2,200 employees, we serve our customers through a comprehensive global manufacturing and distribution network, with facilities located in North America, South America, Australasia, China and Europe.
At Koppers, we are committed to advancing a Zero Harm culture that strives to place the well-being of our employees, the protection of the environment and the strength of our communities first at all times. Koppers has also achieved certification in the American Chemistry Council’s Responsible Care® initiative across 18 global facilities and corporate headquarters.
Just as our Zero Harm culture underpins our company values system, our products serve as foundational elements of our global infrastructure. Koppers has a long history of sustainability in our operations. We reuse waste and scrap materials generated from other industries as our key production inputs, while also utilizing renewable resources for another significant portion of our raw material requirements, placing us in the center of the circular economy. Our products also increase the durability and extend the life of wood products, which significantly aids in atmospheric carbon being sequestered over time.
More information can be found in Koppers 2018 Sustainability Report at: http://www.koppers.com/sustainability-report-2018/.
111 RIDC Park West Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15275-1112
Dr. Antonis Papadourakis, President and CEO
Patty Cardin, Director, Government Affairs // Lisa Goldstone, Head of Corporate Communications
LANXESS is a leading specialty chemicals company with the core business of developing, manufacturing and marketing chemical intermediates, additives, specialty chemicals and plastics. Through ARLANXEO, the joint venture with Saudi Aramco, LANXESS is also a leading supplier of synthetic rubber.
The integration of sustainability in our strategy is visible through various initiatives and ratings awarded to us. LANXESS is listed in the leading sustainability indices Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI World) and FTSE4Good. We operate responsibly and sustainably in the broadest sense, striving to combine safety, environmental protection, social responsibility and commercial efficiency in our business operations. This is summed up not least by the sentence “Good for business, good for society.”
Occupational health and safety take top priority to ensure the protection of our employees. We insist on and encourage compliance with safety, environmental and social standards at our sites worldwide. We also support initiatives such as Responsible Care® and the UN Global Compact, and are certified according to international standards such as ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. With our integrated management system, we have created a transparent system and set of rules that unite management and employees across national borders.
We nurture and promote a value-based performance culture and are a constructive and fair partner in dialogue with stakeholder groups in many respects. Our goal is to make a lasting value contribution in the interests of our customers, our partners and society at large with the quality and sustainability of our products – including helping to solve societal challenges.
Discover more and download the Corporate Responsibility Report at https://lanxess.com/en/corporate/corporate-responsibility/
Leybold (part of the Atlas Copco Group)
Carl Brockmeyer, President & General Manager Leybold North America
Vacuum technology is an elementary component in the production of vital but also of aesthetic things and products. State-of-the-art, innovative vacuum pumps, components, standardized and fully customized vacuum solutions and services from Leybold help to manufacture these products more precisely, economically, innovatively and, last but not least, more sustainably.
Leybold offers a wide range of advanced vacuum solutions for use in manufacturing and analytical processes, as well as for research purposes. The company’s core capabilities centre on the development of application and customer specific systems for the creation of vacuum and extraction of process gases. Leybold´s ability to meet highest requirements of most complex applications gives our customers the competitive edge to succeed. High duty processes in metallurgy, clean-room conditions at worldwide renowned institutes for research and development, or coating applications of minute dimensions – Leybold offers highest performance.
Our operations are guided by our strategy to achieve sustainable, profitable growth. This means innovating with a long-term perspective and minimizing our environmental impact. It means making sure our employees stay safe and healthy and that we stay lean and efficient. It means growing in a way that is ethical, showing respect in all our interactions and with zero tolerance for corruption. Our innovative products and services support our customers’ productivity, reduce cost and help them meet their sustainability ambitions.
680 Andersen Drive
Foster Plaza 10, 5th Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15220
Marty Ryan, President and CEO
Jamie Wallace, Vice President and General Counsel
Montauk is a fully-integrated renewable energy company specializing in the management, recovery, and conversion of landfill methane into renewable natural gas and electric power. We have 13 facilities in 6 states, with corporate headquarters in Pittsburgh. Our landfill methane-derived renewable natural gas production is in excess of 3.8 million Dekatherms annually and our renewable electricity annual sales exceed 300,000 MWh. Montauk’s combined facilities provide enough energy to power over 66,755 US homes, while collectively reducing over 3.8 million metric tons of CO2 equivalent emissions.
6901 Lynn Way
Pittsburgh, PA 15208
Colin Huwyler, CEO
Products and Services: automotive (biodiesel conversion systems for medium and heavy-duty trucks)
Achievements of Interest: Optimus Technologies designs and builds low-cost fuel system technology for medium and heavy-duty diesel engines to run 100% biodiesel. In the U.S., there are approximately 8.3 million medium and heavy-duty vehicles that consume 37 billion gallons of diesel fuel annually and account for 25% of vehicle-generated greenhouse gas emissions. Optimus enables fleets to utilize domestically-produced, renewable fuel, reduce lifecycle greenhouse gas emissions by 80% or more, and lower fuel costs by at least 10%. Optimus is focused on providing clients a seamless transition to renewable fuels that is compatible with existing infrastructures while minimizing disruptions to their daily operations and reducing their operating costs. Optimus’ systems have been operating on 25 City of Pittsburgh garbage trucks for years, offsetting approximately 66,000 gallons of diesel fuel every year. This equates to a lifecycle GHG reduction per year of 1.2 million pounds of CO2!
106 Isabella Street, Suite 400, Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Masahiro “Mas” Ogiso, President and CEO
David Lauteri, Manager, Government Relations
Oriden is a full-service renewable energy developer of both on-site (behind-the-meter) and off-site (in-front-of-the-meter) solar PV and energy storage projects. We serve large commercial and industrial companies, universities, hospitals, and other large users of electricity, and help them meet their clean energy goals, whether through on-site power generation or through procurement of renewable energy from one of our offsite solar PV facilities.
As a Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) venture, Oriden is both a bold entrepreneur and an established institution. We have the ingenuity, agility, and speed of a renewable energy developer startup with the financial strength and experience of a successful powerhouse. This gives us a rare combination of resources, paired with our experience and foresight to develop, integrate, and service the latest clean technologies through the life-cycle of any project including:
- Site Acquisition
- Design and Engineering
- Solar Resource Assessment
- Technical Studies
- Power Purchase Agreements
- Ownership and Tax Equity Financing
In a fragmented industry of energy development services, Oriden’s value proposition stands unique. We bring the best of both worlds together, allowing us to deliver tailored clean energy solutions to a broad range of customer needs and the financial strength to stand behind our projects.
We pride ourselves on understanding the evolving needs of the market and having the flexibility and expertise to exceed customer expectations. We keep things simple for our customers – managing the complicated process of renewable project development – and deliver cost-effective clean energy to the market.
Pashek + MTR is an award-winning landscape architecture and community planning studio committed to improving our environment and the communities we serve. Our design practice includes sustainable site design, parks and recreation, trails, streetscapes and civic spaces, campuses, community planning, and public and private gardens. Pashek + MTR is a women-owned small business. We apply principles of sustainability, resilience, equity, and wellness in all that we do. Our approach is human-centered, connecting people with nature and with each other. Pashek+MTR is the only design firm in Pittsburgh with Sustainable SITES Accredited Professionals.
15 27th St Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Charles L. Hammel III, President
Justine Russo, Director Sustainability and Business Intelligence
Transportation solutions provider
For PITT OHIO, being sustainable means taking into consideration everything that we as a Company effect. We have implemented a People, Planet, and Profit approach to sustainably grow. This three-tiered approach ensures that we operate in a balanced way. Our goal through our sustainability program is to lower environmental impact, find efficient transportation solutions for customers, be a good corporate citizen and community member, and provide an excellent work environment for employees.
Through our reliable and motivated workforce, we are able to meet the diverse needs of our customers. Employees are given solid compensation, robust benefits, and a clean, safe work environment that fosters open communication where all are treated with dignity and respect. As a result of our employee-focused strategy, our employee engagement metric was 76% in 2016.
Our carbon calculator has provided a focal point for the Company to understand the drivers of carbon and how sustainability has an impact on all areas of the organization. Using specific examples of output from PITT OHIO’s sustainability dashboard, we have a measurement-based program that demonstrates results from our sustainability initiatives. Carbon output per shipment has decreased almost 2% as we become more efficient.
We continue to grow and operate in a financially responsible and stable manner. We’ve invested in renewable energy and innovative, LEED-certified buildings that demonstrably show energy savings and reduce carbon emissions. We have found that sustainability enables us to partner with our communities and operate more efficiently while bringing high performance and high value solutions to market.
Sargent Electric Company
2767 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Rob Smith, President
Laura Neiderhiser, Sustainability Champion
Sargent Electric Company is an electrical, instrumentation, tele-data, and wireless contractor serving the power, utility, industrial, and commercial markets nationwide. Key locations today include Pittsburgh, PA, East Chicago, IN, Terre Haute, IN, Cincinnati, OH, and Saco, Maine. Projects and active bids include sites in Illinois, California, Texas, Ohio, Puerto Rico, Oklahoma, Florida, South Carolina, Hawaii and Georgia. Sargent has been in business for 110 years and has participated in the evolution of all parts of Pittsburgh, our infrastructure, our buildings, our industry and the greater region. Sustainability at Sargent is driven by both our internal focus on optimizing our operations and our external focus on delivering state of the art projects for our customers which incorporate advanced sustainability concepts to optimize their operations. Sustainability is a lens through which we consider all decisions we make for the right balance in our business and in the communities we serve.
Safety is a top priority throughout Sargent and is a key part of our operating culture, our teamwork with our customers, and a service we sell to others. Sargent serves several key markets – Power Generation (Fossil and Renewables), Transmission and Distribution, Industrial, Petrochemical, Oil and Gas, Infrastructure (Transportation and Water), Commercial, Teledata, Wireless, and Services / Emergency Response. Our work includes new construction, modernization programs, replacement programs, revamps/ upgrades, and storm response.
Sargent is regularly delivering projects on a Design-Build basis to meet our customers’ expectations of single source responsibility. These projects include substations, micro-grids, battery storage projects, and small generation projects. We pride ourselves on our safety record, our responsiveness to our customer needs, our productivity, and our ability to deliver our customers’ most challenging projects on-time and on budget. We are also well prepared for the convergence of new smart city technologies, storage, renewables, and smart grid projects to serve our customers future needs as well.
We are proud to have worked on a number of LEED Certified Buildings, Advanced Energy Projects, and contributed to many of our customers state of the art Sustainable projects.
Sci-Tek Consultants, Inc.
655 Rodi Road, Suite 303, Pittsburgh, PA 15235
Charles R. Toran, Jr., President and CEO
Jason Baguet, Senior Civil Engineer, Sustainability Coordinator
Sci-Tek Consultants, Inc. is a certified minority business enterprise specializing in surveying, civil and geotechnical engineering, and environmental consulting services throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region.
We recognize the importance of sustainability in our community and are taking steps to consider the social, economic, and environmental impacts of the daily decisions we make as both a business and as individuals. We recently formed the Sci-Tek Sustainability Committee comprised of a diverse group of staff including engineers, scientists, and human resource and marketing professionals in both our Pittsburgh and Philadelphia offices.
Sci-Tek has provided sustainable solutions for our clients in the education, housing, water and sewer, and transportation industries. Specifically, in the water and sewer industry, Sci-Tek has been contributing to solutions related to regional wet weather issues though preliminary planning, design, and construction projects. We have been involved with projects in several neighborhoods within the City of Pittsburgh limits including Uptown, Oakland, Shadyside, Squirrel Hill, Garfield, Polish Hill, Beechview, the North Side, and the South Side.
1301 Grandview Ave. Ste 300, Pittsburgh, PA 15211
Scott Tobe, Principal & CEO
Serina Green, Director of Strategic Growth & Operations
Signature Financial Planning was founded in 1991 by Stephen Tobe because he believed that the community of Pittsburgh deserves personalized advice from professional advisors who focus on helping them achieve their life and financial goals. Scott Tobe and the team at Signature Financial Planning continue this mission today, proudly serving clients with that same customized advice and planning services that his father began nearly 30 years ago. Whether you’re new to investing, have outgrown your current advisor, or are simply looking for a second opinion, the skilled professionals at Signature can help you get from where you are to where you want to be with customized planning that is as personal as your signature.
The Signature Mission
Every client’s goals and definition of success is very personal. At Signature Financial Planning, we are committed to supporting our clients in their quest for financial success, however they define it. The comprehensive financial planning and investment management services our clients receive is based solely on their unique situation. As life evolves, so do their needs. The professionals at Signature Financial Planning will continue to provide solutions that address these changes with integrity and a team approach to problem solving.
The Signature Strategy
Pittsburgh’s Signature Financial Planning provides an independent platform for clients to build their financial security through all stages of life. Our team of financial advisors, portfolio managers and client service associates work collectively to deliver long-term, value added financial planning and investment management with exceptional service and transparency. We engage in continuing education throughout the year to increase our knowledge base and best serve our clients. And, we offer financial education to clients on an ongoing basis to help them better navigate through the process to achieve their goals.
The Signature Process
The Signature financial planning process, fine-tuned over the past 28 years, includes best practices and the most effective strategies for long-term financial success. We help our clients envision and quantify their goals and then construct a customized approach to achieve them. We strive to keep clients well informed throughout the year with time sensitive emails, quarterly newsletters, and in-person annual client review meetings. We understand that life throws you curve balls, so we offer additional meetings as needed every day the market is open via e-mail, phone, or video conferencing.