Engineers’ Society of Western Pennsylvania
337 Fourth Avenue
Oct 1: 9 A.M - 2 P.M
Oct 2: NA
Since its founding in 1880, the Engineers’ Society of Western Pennsylvania has continually served as a focal point for the area’s engineering and technical community, by promoting interaction throughout the technical community in Western Pennsylvania. Its more than 800 members and 30 associated technical societies reflect the richness of the full spectrum of engineering and applied science disciplines. Amongst other activities, the society is the host of the International Bridge Conference (IBC) – annually since 1983, and it regularly recognizes individuals and projects of distinction with awards and medals.
During your visit you will hear more about the history of this organization, and the building located on the “Fourth Avenue Historical District” of Pittsburgh. Explore the first two floors of the building, including the Member’s lounge and the vault that is currently used as a dining room.
SPECIAL SERVICES: Partial Accessible
PHOTO CREDIT: Todd Tondera, courtesy of the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation.
Wheelchair Accessible: No
Restrooms Available: No
Wheelchair Accessible Restrooms: No
Photography Restrictions: None