Overview

Discover the affordable, flexible alternative to overpriced hotel conference centers.

CUSTOMER SERVICE ORIENTED A highly trained staff of Certified Meeting Professionals (CMP and CMM Certifications), technology specialists and customer service experts on hand at no additional charge.  We pride ourselves on our unique approach to customer service.

NON-PROFIT As a non-profit organization, we strive to serve the Pittsburgh Region’s educational, training, professional development and meeting needs.   We offer lower pricing and better value than any other comparable venue, saving you some green (no sales tax charged!) while offering a superior venue and services.  

 

ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE We are proud to be a LEED Silver-NC certified green facility. We are also an Official Green Meeting Center – one of only a few in the entire region.   Find out more about our Green initiatives here.

TECHNOLOGY-BASED All of our rooms include standard A/V packages that contain an 80” LED HDTV or LCD projector with screen, laptop with wireless presentation clicker, house surround sound audio system and plenty of whiteboard space.  Need a microphone or two?   They are included at no charge as well in our Great Room and MSA Auditorium.   Free strong Wi-Fi thanks to our 12 wireless access points that cover the entire building with super-fast fiber internet connection to our guests on all their mobile devices.

 

COMFORTABLE MODERN MEETING SPACES All meetings rooms have large windows with a view of our 20 wooded acres.  Yes! natural light to keep you energized throughout the day.   Ergonomically designed furniture and triple ventilation system with CO2 detectors to keep the air clean, fresh and germ free.  

 

DISTRACTION FREE AND MEETING-FOCUSED Our facility is specifically designed to be conducive for training events and meetings.  We benchmarked  in many parts of the world, then went one step further to make our campus one of the best meeting venues in the nation.    

 

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION - Located at the crossroads of Interstate 79 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike (76) and surrounded by a 20 acre distraction-free woodlands setting.