Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This article is an overview of the history of Heinz Complex along with brief description about the historical importance it holds in the city of Pittsburgh. A young German immigrant Henry John Heinz, the founder of Heinz Food company grew his Pittsburgh headquarters in 4 major stages over a period of 120 years, expanding the … More An Historical overview of The Heinz Complex in Pittsburgh
Sandvick Architects exclusive post on our 2 new interns working with us this summer, well acclimated to Sandvick’s lifestyle. They have been a part of our team since last 2 months working on various projects and adding their presence to the recently hired young professionals of the firm.
–Everyone needs an escape now and then, and specially in a profession as tedious as Architecture, you definitely need some time away from your desk or computer screen.– As a part of our RNC getaway and making our lives easier, The Team Sandvick decided to spend a day at the Put-in-bay island located 15 miles … More Team Building Day!
1.3 million people including the big team of Sandvick Architect’s were on the streets of Cleveland this Wednesday toasting for Cleveland Cavaliers victory over Golden State warriors. LeBron James with the rest of the NBA champions were honored with a huge parade and the city celebrated its first major professional sports title in 52 years. … More Being in Cleveland!
Sitting on 26-acres of vacant industrial property constructed between 1850-1950, is the famous Hercules Motors Company. Schematic design began on this project in 2004 executed by Sandvick Architects. Located at the southern edge of Downtown canton, Ohio, Hercules was one of the world’s largest producers of internal combustion engine at one time, and has since been successfully … More Hercules Engine Plant, Canton OH