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BDO to Undergo Major Office Space Shrinkage in Pittsburgh

wide photo of downtown Pittsburgh

According to an article published Monday in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, BDO will be moving its Pittsburgh office from the current space in the Heinz 57 Center at 339 Sixth Ave to the new FNB Financial Center at 632 Washington Place. They’ll be taking the 18th floor when they move in next year.

PPG says:

In a statement, Deron Curliss, assurance practice leader in BDO’s Pittsburgh office, said the new space will provide “a flexible and collaborative work environment” for employees.

“BDO’s core purpose is helping people thrive every day, and this space exemplifies that mission,” he said.

The firm also was drawn to amenities like a fitness center, on-site retail, and outdoor areas for employees, added Michael Rick, BDO’s tax practice leader in the Pittsburgh office.

“Our team works incredibly hard to serve our clients and this space offers our professionals the tools to continue providing the exceptional service BDO is known for, while also prioritizing their well-being,” he said.

Said PG, BDO will be downsizing significantly when they go from the about 67,000 square feet they’ve got now to 16,500.

Map view of the current office to the new one:

Alright, let’s check out this FNB joint.

The New FNB Financial Center from Buccini / Pollin Group on Vimeo.

The creepy superimposed office drone technology has improved dramatically in the last few years, hasn’t it? Still creepy.

They apparently have a live construction cam, we couldn’t get it to work.

And a walkthrough office floor tour “for evaluation purposes only.”

via the FNB Financial Center website

It adds up for them: Accounting firm moving to FNB Financial Center at former Civic Arena site [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]