Tec Inc. Opens a Pittsburgh Office

Tec Inc.’s Pittsburgh office

Tec Inc.’s Pittsburgh office

After several years of working in and around the Pittsburgh area, and a significant investment in Pittsburgh and Pennsylvania business development, Tec Inc. has opened an office in Pittsburgh. Local resident and Tec Inc. Senior Electrical Engineer, Brandon Sargent, will lead the office and serve our higher education, commercial, healthcare, and industrial clients in the area. 

Mr. Sargent lives in the area and worked from his home office for the last six years. As business expands in the area for Tec, we have grown a client base in education, commercial, and healthcare projects that provides the opportunity to grow a branch office. The office, located at 2300 Freeport Road, in New Kensington, PA, will be adding staff within the next year as several new projects begin. This location was chosen for the ease of access to downtown and main transportation arteries, enabling us to continue to serve our local clients.

Tec Inc., established in 1983, is a Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing engineering services firm headquartered in Eastlake, Ohio with a branch office in Columbus, Ohio. The primary markets we serve are Industrial, Commercial, Education, and Healthcare sectors. Projects completed by Tec in Pennsylvania include, Gannon University Recreation and Athletic Center, Grove City College boiler replacement, and Erie Library renovations.

Our services are built on core values of building relationships, not just projects. Opening this new location will allow us to better serve our clients in Pennsylvania and increase our ability to weave our services into the fabric of the Pittsburgh design community. 

Perfect Night for Stargazing

Lake Metroparks Lake Erie Bluffs Observation Tower

Last night I drove out to one of my favorite parks in the Lake Metroparks system, Lake Erie Bluffs. Situated high on the bluff, the park has walking trails and beach access.  A couple years ago, Tec worked with I A Lewin, PE and Associates to complete the engineering for the 50 ft observation tower at the east end of the park. 

It was a perfect night for stargazing - clear skies and a cool 65 degrees and the stars were bright. The Milky Way was visible, but to my back in the shot above.