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Photo by Karla Boos The Westinghouse Atom Smasher wasContinue reading “Fallen pioneer of the atomic age”
ARCH DESIGN STUDIO [48:640] INTEGRATION II Spring 2020 David Bear of the Westinghouse Park 2nd Century Coalition orients eleven post-graduate students at CMU’s School of Architecture about the park’s history. They are participants in a design studio conducted by faculty members Jeff Davis and Matt Huber that will focus on the design of a public buildingContinue reading “New Visions for Westinghouse Park”
Interested in the remarkable man after whom Westinghouse Park is named? Here is an excellent overview: George Westinghouse: The Mystery Our history pages are thick with Mellons, but it was Westinghouse who changed the course of the country by WILLIAM S. DIETRICH II Pittsburgh Quarterly PROFILES 2006 SPRING/SUMMER It was a dreary fall day when,Continue reading “George Westinghouse: The Mystery”
Finding Solitude in Westinghouse Park by David Bear Click on photo for article For all of Solitude’s splendor, it rested in a part of Pittsburgh where it was tough to one-up neighbors like H.J. Heinz and Henry Clay Frick
A contingent from China attending the recent CAST -P (Chinese Association of Science and Technology) 2019 Global Innovation Summit made a special visit to the park and pay honor to George Westinghouse. David Bear of the Westinghouse Park 2nd Century Coalition toured the group through the history of the park (with the help of aContinue reading “Welcome to the Pittsburgh home of George Westinghouse”
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, October 24, 2019
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Today, (October 6, 2019) is the 173rd anniversary of the birth of George Westinghouse, Jr. That’s a clue why October 6, 2021 is our target date to open the new Westinghouse Park Community Center building. George, we’re on our way to achieving that goal.