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Throughout the twenty four year history of the Southpointe Chamber, our team has worked hard to bring innovative ideas, events, and content to our members and guests. This is our seventh year for the Southpointe Directory and Quarterly Report and it is with great pleasure that we are introducing a new and improved five page directory listing all of the businesses in Southpointe by category (page 30). This exclusive section is the most complete and up to date source for products and services offered throughout the Southpointe business park.
Specialized heart care, close to home: J. Travis Wilson, MD, and others provide exceptional cardiac care at AHN’s Peters Township Health + Wellness Pavilion
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J. Travis Wilson, MD, and others provide exceptional cardiac care at AHN’s Peters Township Health + Wellness Pavilion When Washington, Pa., resident Jimalea Haines was having difficulty walking and experiencing partial numbness in her leg, she knew something was wrong. A nurse for 39 years, Jimela went to her primary care doctor, who promptly referred her to Allegheny Health Network’s Peters Township Health + Wellness Pavilion for cardiovascular testing.
55,000-square-foot facility are three interventional cardiologists who conduct complete medical evaluations of patients and address cardiac issues. “Patients want to receive the best health care, but don’t want to travel far or make it inconvenient to their lives,” said Dr. Wilson. “Our goal is to offer complete heart care in an outpatient setting.”
Interventional cardiologist J. Travis Wilson, MD, was able to see her that same day and Jimalea was pleasantly surprised to learn there was a specialized care center right near her home.
The interventional cardiologists at AHN’s Peters Township Health + Wellness Pavilion specialize in cardiac catheterization, peripheral vascular disease, carotid artery disease, echocardiography, and nuclear cardiology. Patients can receive stress testing, echocardiograms, and Holter monitoring. Additional specialists in heart failure, pulmonary vascular disease, electrophysiology, and cardiac and vascular surgery are also available to see patients who require subspecialty care.
“Dr. Wilson saw me the same day that my primary care doctor called AHN’s Peters Township Health + Wellness Pavilion,” said Jimalea. “They were so quick with getting me into the office and determining what was wrong.”
Dr. Wilson said the physicians The staff performed lab work take an extremely personaland several tests on Jimalea, ized approach to treating each Dr. Travis Wilson and Dr. Wilson determined patient to ensure their care “We want to make care exceptional, easy, and that her left iliac artery was is determined specifically for as stress free as possible for our patients.” completely blocked. Soon their case and needs. after, he completed a stentPatients can receive other ing procedure on Jimalea at clinical services at AHN’s Peters Township Health + Allegheny General Hospital. Her symptoms immediately resolved and Dr. Wilson continued to follow Jimalea in Wellness Pavilion, including cancer care, orthopedic and Peters until she moved to South Carolina to be closer to rehabilitation care, same-day surgery, primary care, laboratory services, and advanced diagnostic imaging such as her daughter last year. MRI, CT scan, ultrasound, PET scan, and digital X-ray. “I lived in the area and I didn’t know this center was here,” Jimalea said. “It was nice and convenient for me The pavilion also has a comprehensive breast center with not to travel across town for my ongoing care and they a Dexa bone density scanner and a multitude of specialists that see patients for allergies, heart care, digestive treated me very well.” issues, general surgery, OBGYN services, pain manageResidents of southern Allegheny County and Washment, pediatric ENT (ears, nose, throat), diabetes, neuroington County no longer have to travel far from their surgery, podiatry, colorectal surgery, lupus and arthritis, homes to receive specialized heart care services. AHN’s traveling immunology, and kidney disease. Peters Township Health + Wellness Pavilion provides “We want to make care exceptional, easy, and as stress patients with accessible and exceptional care to meet free as possible for our patients,” said Dr. Wilson. many of their cardiovascular needs. Located inside the 6
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In 2015, Tri-County Patriots for Independent Living (TRIPIL) served 1,314 individuals throughout Southwestern Pennsylvania. The organization provides independent living skills training, peer support, advocacy, and information & referral. It also assists those who are transitioning from nursing homes to their own apartments or homes, as well as the transition of high school students going to college or to work. Support TRIPIL at their upcoming 5K at Mingo Creek Park! Onsite registration starts at 7:30 or pre register at www.tripil.com
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Southpointe World Class CEO Award Dinner June 16
Charles C. Keller, Founding Partner and Senior Counsel at Peacock Keller & Ecker LLP and Douglas G. Lee, President of Waynesburg University have been named World Class CEOs by the Southpointe CEO Association. The award, given annually, recognizes excellence in profession, achievements in service, and dedication to the business development of the Southpointe Industrial Park. This is the fourteenth year the recognitions have been awarded. Garden Inn Pittsburgh/Southpointe.
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CONFLUENCE Financial Partners recently expanded its offices to include a Southpointe location at 1000 Noble Energy Drive, Suite 240, Canonsburg, PA 15317. “This is a great compliment to our downtown office to better serve our clients in the South Hills of Pittsburgh”, says Greg Weimer, Partner and Wealth Manager, RJFS. “With the expansion of this area and changing client needs, this location is perfect as we continue to help clients meet their financial goals,” said Weimer. The office is located very near the new Town Center area of Southpointe with easy access to the I-79 corridor and provides flexibility for client meetings. This second office location offers an option for clients who may live in the South Hills and prefer not to commute to the downtown location to meet with advisors. www.confluenceFP.com 412-391-0377.
It is with great pride and anticipation that we are announcing the relocation of our current practice to the Southpointe Town Center as soon as June of this year! We are extremely excited to be associated with such an outstanding, progressive, and inviting environment. We already feel at home after meeting so many great people, and we cannot wait to open our doors to our dental practice on Main Street. Our patients are extremely excited about the relocation and are currently scheduling their next appointments in our beautiful new office. Also, due to increased demand we are expanding our days and hours to accommodate our patients. We will be open Monday through Friday, 7a.m. until 7p.m. Call our experienced staff today to schedule your appointment in our new office! (724) 941-5272
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Shen Yun Reviving 5,000 years of civilization All new 2016 show with live orchestra Why would someone who is not Chinese go see a Chinese show? Maybe because it is so mesmerizing that it transcends nationalities, so beautiful that it speaks a universal language, and so inspiring that it touches upon something shared by all cultures. Today, Shen Yun Performing Arts provides just such an experience, and the company is bringing its unique production to the Benedum Center for the Performing Arts, May 10~11, 2016. With breathtaking dance numbers, gorgeous costumes, a special orchestra, world-class vocalists, and dynamic backdrops, Shen Yun resonates themes of courage, hope, and triumph of good over evil. How do people feel after watching the show? “Tranquility, peace, and harmonious synchronization,” said one spectator after watching Shen Yun in Argentina. “Absolutely spectacular,” said Joyce Brooks, editor-in-chief of Black Tie Magazine, “An uplifting experience that doesn’t have to deal with words.”
ly. “These beautiful, gifted people are expressing something that’s both pure and good.” It is this spirit of purity and goodness that Shen Yun carries to hundreds of thousands of audience members each year, performing in cities like Paris, Tokyo, Los Angeles, Sydney and, of course, New York. Expression Through Dance At the core of Shen Yun choreography is classical Chinese dance. This is a richly expressive art form passed down and refined in imperial courts throughout many dynasties. Today it has evolved into one of the most comprehensive dance systems in the world. Along with unique movements and poses, classical Chinese dance includes an array of dynamic techniques—difficult jumps, spins, flips, and aerials that enhance a dancer’s powers of expression, while heightening the performance’s athleticism and energy.
“It has passion, but yet it’s calm and beautiful,” said Vanessa Harwood, former principal dancer of Universality National Ballet of Canada, “It’s not just pretty, it’s Shen Yun derives its conserious pretty—there’s a tent from ancient Chinese lot of depth to it, and a lot culture, but somehow this of meaning.” The perforseems like a culture that is mance “speaks not only to so fundamentally human, my intellect, but it speaks audiences of all backto my heart,” said Omega grounds easily connect with Medina, former senior it. The performance inmanager of Classical cludes a series of short, energetic dances depicting Chinese legends and traditions, Awards for the GRAMMY Awards. “It was a complete including the connection between heaven and earth. The edifying experience of the human spirit.” music and dance expressively tell the stories and two New Season narrators fill in any cultural gaps with brief introductions. Shen Yun is now touring the globe with a brand new “A wonderfully positive karma,” said Philadelphia Week- production. It brings an all-new show to the Benedum Center, May 10-11. 20
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New technology, techniques and infrastructure help Marcellus operators keep producing through the downturn A drilling rig maintained by Deep Well Services, one of several shale gas operators finding more efficient means of well completion. Photo courtesy of Deep Well Services.
In February, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) released its latest oil and gas industry report, which showed the total number of oil rigs has fallen from a high of 1,309 in October 2014 to 475 in December 2015, a decrease of 64 percent. Despite the dramatic drop, U.S. crude oil production during those months declined by only 8 percent from its peak in March 2015. In the Marcellus region, new gas well starts in 2015 dropped 61 percent compared to their peak in 2011, and well starts last year declined 43 percent compared to 2014. According to MarcellusGas.org, which closely tracks data related to Marcellus gas wells, the rates of decline for well starts in the top five producing counties have fallen sharply from their peaks: 90 percent and 72 percent declines for Bradford and Lycoming counties, respectively, which both peaked in 2011, and 60 percent, 35 percent and 30 percent declines for Greene, Susquehanna and Washington counties, respectively, which all peaked in 2014.
By R. Brock Pronko Regional Business Analyst Marcellus Business Central per rig is expected to increase from Feb. to March by 238,000 cubic feet per day. How could drilling rigs and new well starts decline dramatically while oil production falls off only modestly and new well Marcellus gas production continues to climb? “The increasing prevalence of hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling, along with improvements in well completions, and the ability to drill longer laterals has greatly improved productivity by making wells more efficient,” said Katie Teller, operations research analyst for the U.S. Department of Energy. “Also, in the last several months of 2015, new pipeline infrastructure came online in the Marcellus, and a lot of gas wells that had already been drilled but that weren’t fracked and completed came online since operators could now get the gas to market. “That’s why new well production is up while new well starts are down because technically, those uncapped wells weren’t new well starts but wells that had already been drilled.”
Marcellus gas production might have risen even higher, said Teller, if the Northeast had another Given the decline in well starts and the steep colder than average winter like the past two drop in natural gas prices, one would expect a winters, but the milder winter kept prices down fall-off in Marcellus gas production; however, because of lower demand, which became a according to EIA, not only are Marcellus opera- disincentive for unplugging more drilled wells. tors leading the nation in natural gas production by a wide margin, but new well gas production Among the well service companies that have 24
made improvements in well completions is Deep Well Services in Zelienople, Pa.
lowed oil and gas operators to increase production, supply has outpaced demand, so for the past two years, we’ve all been struggling to make money,” said McCallister.
“Following the frac is when we do most of our work, and that’s the final drill out, and we see a lot of operators switching from coil tubing to our style of completion, “Because operators are getting about 30 percent less for which uses a snubbing unit and a service rig,” said John natural gas than they had been before the glut, they’ve Sabo, Sr., chief operating officer of Deep Well Services. been asking for price decreases from service companies like ours, and we’ve had to cut our prices so we could “We recently had a customer put a presentation together keep our people working, so everybody is in survival on how they cut 60 percent off their completion cost mode right now. by switching from coil tubing to snubbing, so not only is snubbing more efficient, it’s less costly in most situa“When the prices of oil and gas pick up again, which tions.” could take years, all those innovations including ours will finally pay off.” . A snubbing unit is a hydraulic rig that can do everything R. Brock Pronko is the regional business analyst for the a rig can do, plus it can perform under very high presMarcellus Business Central. You can find more of his articles at sure and in under balanced well conditions. With the www.marcellusbusinesscentral.com. use of the snubbing unit’s hydraulic rotary, the unit can be employed for “fishing”(pulling items out of a well), milling, drilling, side tracking or any task needed underground to remove bridge plugs, cement or deepen wells.
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Longer lateral wells have also increased the efficiency of production. “Three years ago, gas operators were drilling four or five thousand foot laterals, the horizontal portion of the well where the bores are made in the shale, but now they’re able to drill six, seven or even ten thousand foot laterals, which is more efficient because it penetrates Office space sub-lease in Southpointe. An excellent a larger portion of the shale,” said John McCallister, chief opportunity for 2,500 to 4,500 sq. ft. Option on furniture and cubicles. All in the center of Southpointe. Free utilioperating officer of service rigs for Deep Well Services.
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“Longer laterals enable operators to drill fewer wells to get the same production as they did three years ago, which also saves costs, and with the price of hydrocarbons so low, operators are looking at every efficiency they can employ.” Another efficiency being adopted by drillers is to use geologic data for bore holes. “Instead of spacing the bores every hundred and fifty feet throughout the five or ten thousand feet of lateral well, operators are looking at the geological data to find the optimal locations along the well to place the bores and maximize gas production,” said McCallister. Operators have also been increasing in the amount of sand used to prop open the small cracks created when the chemical-laced water fractures the shale rock. According to the EIA, increasing the amount of sand appears to boost the initial production rates, although it also creates a faster decline in later production. “In part, because of these improvements that have al-
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1400 Main Street Luxury Suites www.1400main.com (724) 338-8284 The Fairway at Southpointe www.fairway-trprop.com (724) 743-4355 The Reserve at Southpointe reserveatsouthpointe.com (724) 338-8115
Kernick Architecture www.kernickarch.com (724) 338-2155
Smith and Smith (724) 916-0178
Smith Butz Attys at Law www.smithbutzlaw.com (724) 745-5121
Steptoe & Johnson PLLC www.steptoe-johnson.com (724) 749-3100
Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC www.skofirm.com (724) 746-4356
Akman & Associates PC. www.akmanpc.com (724) 514-1001
Big Square Solutions bigsquaresolutions.com (724) 338-4951
Bowles Rice Attorneys at Law www.bowlesrice.com (724) 514-8915
Brant & Associates, P.C. www.brantlaw.net (724) 916-0540 Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney www.bipc.com (724) 746-7095
Burleson LLP www.burleson-law.com (724) 746-6644
Claire Sergent Walls Legal Group www.cswlegalgroup.com (724) 338-2426
Norton Rose Fulbright nortonrosefulbright.com (724) 416-0400
Avis Budget Car Rental Plaza 1, 400 Southpointe Blvd Canonsburg, PA 15317 www.avis.com (724) 743-0298
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Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. Dana L. Johnston, CRPC (724) 338-8900 Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. Edward m. Poach III, CFP (724) 338-8900 Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. Eric Sluss, CFP (724) 916-2233
Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. Jeffrey N. Evans, CFP (724) 271-8200
Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. Thomas A. Bouchard CFP (724) 746-6975
44 Lenington and Parrino llc 6 www.leningtonparrino.com (724) 271-8302 Southpointe Directory Issue 0416 30
AYCO www.ayco.com (724) 743-5500
Beaconsfield Financial Services beaconsfieldfinancial.com (724) 745-6800
NVR Mortgage Finance Inc www.nvrmortgage.com (724) 743-5400
Benchmark Wealth Management benchmarkwealthmgt.com (724) 743-7900
PNC Bank Branch www.pnc.com (724) 745-3050
Capital Retirement Plan Services www.capitalretirement.com (724) 743-1010
PNC Bank Investments www.pnc.com (724) 229-1200
Potter Financial Services www.potterfinancial.com (724) 745-5401
Quaker Capital Investments www.quakercap.com (412) 281-1948
R&M Investment Group (724) 745-6643
Community Bank www.communitybank.tv (724) 743-0700
Confluence Financial Partners www.ConfluenceFP.com (724) 271-8801
Consol Employees Credit Union www.consolcu.org (724) 485-4850
David B. Good CPA (724) 745-7603
Family Wealth Management familywealthgroup.com (724) 743-2980
Rockshelter Capital Management www.rockshelter.net (412) 586-3750
Single Source Property Solutions singlesourceproperty.com (724) 743-0610
Southpointe Financial Services www.southpointefin.com (724) 746-4100
Strategic Advisors www.strategicad.com (724) 743-5800
SunTec Business Solutions Inc. www.suntecgroup.com (609) 454-3026
Hefron-Tillotson www.hefren.com (724) 745-1180
UBS Financial Services www.ubs.com (724) 416-6020
Janney Montgomery Scott www.janney.com (724) 743-3301
United Capital www.unitedcp.com (724) 271-7020
Wells Fargo Advisors wellsfargoadvisors.com (412) 922-9090
Lincoln Financial Advisors www.lincolnfinancial.com (724) 271-0027
Wesbanco www.wesbanco.com (724) 909-7050
Mosaic Wealth Consulting
Forrester Financial Services Inc. forestersfinancial.com
Fortune Financial Services
Grant Street Asset Management Inc. www.gsaminc.com (412) 257-8060 H Financial Management
Networth Advisors www.bethandrews.info (724) 746-3585
Business Management 66
Sentric www.sentrichr.com (412) 884-7600
Guckenheimer (724) 749-5646
Construction Construction & & Contractors Contractors 18 18
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ABM Building Solutions ABM Building Solutions with Linc Service with Linc Service www.abm.com www.abm.com (724) 873-2999 (724) 873-2999 Bear Construction Inc. Bear Construction Inc. www.bearconstruction.net www.bearconstruction.net (724) 743-9001 (724) 743-9001 Centimark Centimark www.centimark.com www.centimark.com (724) 514-8700 (724) 514-8700 ChemSteel ChemSteel www.chemsteel.com www.chemsteel.com (724) 746-9250 (724) 746-9250 CurrentSAFE CurrentSAFE www.currentsafe.com www.currentsafe.com (330) 549-9993 (330) 549-9993 JP Phillips Tile Co. JP Phillips Tile Co. www.jpphillipsinc.com www.jpphillipsinc.com (724) 746-2424 (724) 746-2424 Kascar HVAC Solutions Inc Kascar HVAC Solutions Inc www.kascarhvac.com www.kascarhvac.com (724) 514-6093 (724) 514-6093 Kascar HVAC Solutions Inc Matrix North American www.kascarhvac.com Construction, Inc (724) 514-6093 www.matrixnac.com Matrix North American (724) 416-6900 Construction, Inc Nicholson Construction www.matrixnac.com nicholsonconstruction.com (724) 416-6900 1-800-388-2340 Nicholson Construction QuestMark nicholsonconstruction.com www.questmarkflooring.com 1-800-388-2340 (724) 743-7020 QuestMark Right of Way Services Inc. www.questmarkflooring.com www.rows-inc.com (724) 743-7020 (724) 514-8970 Right of Way Services Inc. Stevens www.rows-inc.com www.stevensec.com (724) 514-8970 (724) 873-1200 Stevens TEGG www.stevensec.com www.tegg.com (724) 873-1200 (724) 873-2940 TEGG Tisco Trading USA www.tegg.com tggm.tisco.com (724) 873-2940 (724) 746-8913 Tisco Trading USA Utility Service Partners tggm.tisco.com www.utilitysp.net (724) 746-8913 (866) 922-9006 Utility Service Partners www.utilitysp.net (866) 922-9006
Document Management 8
Multiscope Document Solutions www.multiscope1.com (724) 743-1083
Waynesburg University www.waynesburg.edu (724) 743-4420
Energy Industry 8 28 26
Adler Tank Rental www.adlertankrentals.com (724) 745-6611 AES Drilling Fluids www.aesfluids.com (724) 743-2934 Allied Oil & Gas Services LLC www.alliedservices.com (724) 743-1746 American Petroleum Partners www.app-lp.com (844) 835-5277 Appalachian Producer Services, LLC
Columbia Gas of Pa. www.columbiagaspa.com (724) 416-6300
Columbia Pipeline Group www.cpg.com
Consol Energy www.consolenergy.com (724) 485-4000
Corsa Coal Corp. www.corsacoal.com (724) 754-0028
43 California University www.calu.edu (724) 873-2760
CalFrac Well Services Corp. www.calfrac.com 403-266-6000
Didier Energy Consulting (724) 746 1240
Discovery Oil and Gas (724) 746-4004
DRA Global www.draglobal.com (724) 754-9800
DTE Energy www.dteenergy.com (734) 302-4800
E.A.R.T.H. Acquisition Pipeline Development www.earthpipelines.com (724) 243-3699
EdgeMarc Energy www.edgemarcenergy. com (412) 564-1300
Empire Energy E&P empireenergygroup.net (724) 485-2261
FMC Technologies www.fmctechnologies.com
FTS International www.ftsi.com (724) 743-7701
Halliburton www.halliburton.com (724) 743-8100
Hi-Crush Partners LP www.hicrushpartners.com (724) 820-2440
Inflection Energy LLC (724) 745-7082
John T Boyd Company www.jtboyd.com (724) 873-4400
Markwest Energy Partners www.markwest.com (724) 416-0160
Metso Minerals Industries Inc www.metso.com (412) 269-5000
M-I Swaco slb.com/services/miswaco.aspx
Nabors Drilling Co www.nabors.com (724) 746-2414
National Oilwell Varco www.nov.com (724) 745-8833
Newpark Drilling Fluids www.newpark.com
Noble Energy www.nobleenergyinc.com (724) 820-3000
Principle Energy Services www.principleenergyservices.com (817) 832-5478
Energy Transfer Partners
Aqua Transfer & Oilfield Solutions www.atos.us.com (304)-460-7370
EQT Corporation www.eqt.com (412) 553-5700
Baker Hughes Inc. www.bakerhughes.com (724) 743-9200
Express Energy Services (724) 485-2367
Bryan Energy Management
Flexsteel Pipeline Technologies Inc. www.flexsteelpipe.com (724) 505-4400
Protechnics corelab.com/protechnics (724) 743-7040
Range Resources www.rangeresources.com (724) 743-6700
Bug-O Systems www.bugo.com (412) 331-1776
Bug-O Systems www.bugo.com (412) 331-1776
Burnett Oil Company (724) 503-1370
C&J Energy Services www.cjenergy.com 724-746-2414
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Energy Industry (Continued)
Rice Energy www.riceenergy.com (724) 746-6720
ROC Service Company www.rocserviceco.com (724) 745-3369
Rockwater Energy Solutions www.rockwaterenergy.com (724) 485-2074 Rush Wellsite Services www.rushwellsite.com (724) 746-1700
Select Energy Services selectenergyservices.com (724) 743-3055
Silvercreek Services www.scsfirst.com (724) 485-2451
Engineering American Geotechnical & Environmental Services www.agesinc.com (724) 916-0300
Andritz Metals Inc. www.andritz.com
Arm Group www.armgroup.net (724) 743-5793
Bailey Technical Services www.baileyts.net (724) 746-9600
CDMG www.cdmg.com (724) 873-4700
Crown Castle Engineering www.crowncastle.com (724) 416-2000
Dawood Engineering www.dawood.cc (724) 746-0730
Southpointe Energy Resource Group southpointe-energy.com (724) 338-2900
Stallion Oilfield Services www.stallionoilfield.com (724) 743-4801
Strata Worldwide www.strataworldwide.com (724) 745-5030
Superior Appalachian Pipeline
Hatch Mott MacDonald www.hatchmott.com (724) 514-5328
Holloman Corporation www.hollomancorp.com (724) 514-5900
Superior Energy www.superiorenergy.com (724) 746-2181 Tenaska Midstream Services Inc. www.tenaska.com (724) 743-3800 Tug Hill Operating www.tughilloperating.com (724) 749-8388
Weathford International www.weatherford.com (724) 745-7050
Wild Well Control www.wildwell.com (724) 873-5081
Willbros Engineering www.willbros.com (724) 749-8600
WPX Energy www.wpxenergy.com (724) 873-3400
GAI Consultants gaiconsultants.com (724) 873-3545
Iceoplex at Southpointe iceoplexatsouthpointe.com (724) 745-6666
southpointegolfclub.com (724) 746-2950
MCMC LLC. www.mcmcllc.com (724) 745-5900
MedExpress Urgent Care Corporate Office www.medexpress.com (304) 225-2500
On Pointe Dentistry! (724) 941-5272
Primary Care Professionals www.ahn.org (724) 271-3700
Southpointe Nails (724) 260-5097
The Colorful Rooster Gift Boutique (724) 338-2922
The Cutting Edge Salon on the Green (724) 873-4650
Southpointe Dentistry www.drcabe.com (724) 746-5020
The Health Club at Southpointe
The Spa and Salon at Southpointe www.southpointespa.com (724) 873-7337
Event Planning 47
Ten Four Social www.tenfoursocial.com (412) 889-4882
Office of Senator Camera Bartolotta (724) 746-3762
Health & Fitness 46
Align Networks www.alignnetworks.com (724) 206-1500
www.clubsouthpointe.com (724) 597-0014
The Wellness Chiropractic Center thesouthpointechiropractor.com
Hilton Garden Inn hiltongardeninn.hilton.com (724) 743-5000
61 Holiday Inn Express Pittsburgh SWSouthpointe (724) 743-4300
48 Homewood Suites (724) 745-4663
Horizon Hospitality horizonhospitalityllc.com (724) 514-7811
IPS Engineering/EPC (724) 749-4400
Langan Engineering www.langan.com (724) 514-5100
Apria Healthcare www.apria.com (724) 873-7720
Fisher Associates www.fisherassoc.com (724) 916-4250
New Tech Global www.ntglobal.com (724) 745-5929 Stantec www.stantec.com (724) 206-9982 Wood Group Mustang www.mustangeng.com (724) 514-1600
Entertainment/ Leisure 16
Bradley Physical Therapy www.bradleypt.com (724) 746-2782
Creehan & Company www.scriptmed.com (724) 743-9154
Creehan & Company Second Office
DCI Dialysis Clinic Inc. www.dciinc.org (724) 873-1242
AJA Cigar Company 7 www.ajacigarcompany.com (724) 485-2622
Information Technology 16
Computer Aid Inc. www.compaid.com (724) 749-8700
Crown Castle International Headquarters www.crowncastle.com (724) 416-2000
Crown Castle Midwest Area
Dr. Joseph Wateska DMD (724) 746-1440 Liberty Dialysis www.ultracare-dialysis.com (800) 881-5101
Shenhua America Holdings Corp. www.sentrichr.com (724) 514-7110
KORE Resources Inc. www.kore-technology.com (724) 485-2385
McDonald Land Services www.mcdls.com (724) 745-2600
Lumos Networks www.lumosnetworks.com (800) 262-2200
Purple Land Management purplelandmgmt.com (724) 745-7209
Resource Environmental Solutions www.res.us (724) 316-2627
TS Dudley Land Company www.tsdudley.com (724) 745-4717
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UBICS www.ubics.com (724) 746-6001
Western Land Services www.westernls.com (724) 743-2972
AAU Insurance Services, Inc.
51 AccuTrex Products, Inc.
American Income Life Insurance Company Arias Agency www.ariasagencies.com (724) 873-2745
Amica Insurance www.amica.com (888) 672-6422
State Farm Insurance luckhardtsouthpointe.com (724) 514-6605
USG Insurance Services www.usgins.com (724) 754-9100
BOP Land Services LL www.boplandservices.com (724) 747-1594
Boord, Benchek & Associates (724) 746-1055
DPS Land Services www.dpslandservices.com (724) 705-0444
Jim Bourbeau Land Service Inc. www.jimbourbeau.com (724) 746-5257
Washington County Chamber of Commerce www.washcochamber.com (724) 338-8884
Horizon Properties Group LLC www.horizonprop.net (724) 743-7722
67 Ironwood II
Printscape Imaging and Graphics www.myprintscape.com (724) 745-9251
63 Overlook at Southpointe
heartlandluxuryhomes.com (724) 871-0178
www.regus.com (855) 400-3575
www.baltecorporation.com (724) 873-5757
15 Fives North American Combustion
59 Fletcher Industries (724) 873-0615
NABCO www.nabcoinc.com (724) 746-9617
Marketing & Advertising
American Destiny Real Estate Services www.adr-usa.com (724) 745-7045
www.auma.com (724) 743-2862
Ridgetop Capital Partners www.ridgetopcapital.com (412) 418-7915
52 Auma Actuators Inc.
18 Primetals Technologies
www.accutrex.com/ (724) 746-4300
Investment For Sale by Inventor forsalebyinventor.com (724) 745-0225
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for all of your Overnight Accommodations, Corporate Meetings or Social Events
Ad-Gen Solutions www.ad-gen.com (724) 745-0225
21 Heeter Direct
www.heeter.com (724) 746-8900
www.intoinnovations.com (724) 754-9007
Montgomery IP Associates LLC www.montgomeryip.com (724) 745-1912
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Champion International Moving www.champmove.com (724) 873-8000
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All Star Sports Bar & Grille allstarsportsbargrill.com (724) 743-1114
BLVD pub and Kitchen (724) 746-2250
Club Bistro Club Bistro www.clubbistro.net www.clubbistro.net (724) 873-5700 (724) Crazy873-5700 Mocha
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www.crazymocha.com Crazy Mocha www.crazymocha.com (724) 514-6879 (724) 514-6879 Eastern Palace (724) 745-8755 Eastern Palace (724) 745-8755 Galley’s Place
Galley’s Closed untilPlace further notice
www.galleysplace.com (724) 288-2908 Hogfathers Express www.hogfathersbbq.com (724) 338-4192
R.J. Lee Group Inc. www.rjlg.com (724) 416-7300
SciCan Inc. www.scicanusa.com (724) 820-1600
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Ansys Inc. www.ansys.com (724) 746-3304
Ansys Inc. - Main Office www.ansys.com (724) 746-3304
Cimation www.cimation.com (724) 743-3700
Mallett Technology www.mallett.com (724) 746-7000
Ness Technologies www.ness.com (724) 745-7100
Quantapoint www.quantapoint.com (412) 653-0100
Jacksons experiencejacksons.com (724) 743-5005
Los Chiludos www.loschiludos.com (724) 745-6791
Montana’s Rib and Chophouse ribandchophouse.com (724) 514-7153
Staffing & Employment
Saga Hibachi Steakhouse and Sushi Bar (724) 514-6792
Advantage Resourcing advantageresourcing.com 724-745-4021
Subway www.subway.com (724) 743-3200
Toscana Brick Oven toscanabrickoven.com (724) 485-2026
Airforce Health Professions www.airforce.com/careers (724) 743-8500
Toscana Market (724) 485-2026
Yum Yum Frozen Yogurt
Zoup! www.zoup.com (724) 416-9500
360 Fly www.360fly.com (412) 922-6002
Fairway Laboratories fairwaylaboratories.com
Mylan www.mylan.com (724) 514-1800 Southpointe Directory
Compliance Staffing Agency LLC.
Northrop Grumman Corporation www.opentrac.com (724) 873-5500 Quail Tools www.quailtools.com (724) 916-4643
Call for aerial photos and video!
U.F.C.W. Local 23 www.ufcw23.org (724) 514-3228
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Southpointe Telecom Total Media southpointetelecom.com Technology (724) 873-7777 southpointetelecom.com (724) 873-7777 VITAC Captions VITAC and Subtitles Captions www.vitac.com and Subtitles (724) 514-4000 www.vitac.com (724) 514-4000
The Ivy Green Our Promise: 100% Fresh Guaranteed
143 1/2 S Main St. Washington, PA 15301 United States
Order online We provide excellent or shop at quality in fresh flowers, plants, and fruit and our store gourmet baskets.
Science & Technology
Airforce Recruiting Squadron www.airforce.com/careers (724) 743-8500
Gregg Staffing Solutions greggstaffing.com (724) 873-0990
Modis IT Staffing www.modis.com (724) 745-4900
Ask about our corporate packages and event displays
Low足Maintenance Living At Cherry Valley Lakeview Estates
What is your dream day? A stroll in the park, fishing on a warm summer day, picnicking with family, or having your morning cup of coffee watching the birds swoop down and skim the water. These experiences can be yours at Cherry Valley Lakeview Estates. Join Eddy Homes and escape to nature. Cherry Valley Lakeview Estates epitomizes Eddy Homes commitment to building comfortable and luxury homes. Situated on 300 acres in rural Washington County, the Lakeview Estates offers luxury among nature with the convenience of shopping at Southpointe. This close足knit community has many amenities including a pool and clubhouse, access to the 50 acre lake,
picnic areas, walking trails, fishing, and much more. With all these amenities, this is a desirable location for anyone who is looking for a daily retreat, one that is only forty minutes from downtown Pittsburgh and a short drive from three major shopping malls. Eddy Homes is offering low足 maintenance living starting at just $250,000, where snow removal, lawn cutting and landscape maintenance is all taken care of by the Home Owners Association. For generations, families throughout Pittsburgh have relied on Eddy Homes to build them their dream homes with quality craftsmanship and personal service.
At Cherry Valley Lakeview Estates, snow removal, lawn cutting and landscape maintenance is all taken care of by the Home Owners Association.
242 Station Street Bridgeville, PA 15017 www.eddyhomes.com 412-221-0400
David L. Lawrence Convention Center
June 21-23, 2016
World-Class Gas With some 1,200 Tcf of recoverable resources, the world’s largest natural gas play spanning the Marcellus and Utica shales, accounts for 25% of Lower 48 gas production in the U.S. The region’s biggest midstream operators are bulking up to export gas out of the region. Yet even the prolific ‘Beast in the East’ isn’t immune to the downturn in commodity prices. With rig counts slashed in half, Appalachia’s producers are taking drastic measures to cut costs and lower breakevens. Find out what’s working, what’s not and what’s next for producers and midstream operators in the East. Plan now to join 2,500 industry professionals, 20+ executive-level speakers and 250+ exhibiting companies in Pittsburgh for an in-depth look at the state of the region.
Featured Speakers Tim Dugan Chief Operating Officer CONSOL Energy Inc.
Craig Harris Senior Vice President Columbia Midstream Group
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Montour Trail Southpointe Connector Project Update
The trail surface will be paved with a crushed stone base and 2” of bituminous material.
Over the past few years as the Southpointe Business Park became a national and international hub, especially for energy related companies, a local Cecil Township Supervisor, Frank Ludwin, had his own vision for the Park. That vision was to connect Southpointe with the Montour Trail as a recreational facility that would hopefully bring together Cecil Township residents and the employees who would one day live and work in the Park.
Cecil Township Klinger Park Project. As the lone visionary supervisor, he donated the use of his own earth moving equipment to begin the task. Today, the project has evolved into a joint effort among the Cecil Township Supervisors who own the property; the Marcellus Shale Southpointe Chamber of Commerce who see the economic value for the project; and the Montour Trail Council who plan to maintain the Trail once construction has been completed.
Although Frank passed away late in 2014, his vision has evolved into the Southpointe Connector Trail Project designed to connect Southpointe to the Montour Trail as part of the
At the present time, Gateway Engineering has completed the bid ready trail design at the request of the Cecil Township Supervisors, and projected the cost for the 1.15
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Trail through Klinger Park 1,930’
The Reserve Apartments
Trail along Meadow Lane 2,065’
mile Trail at $361,875. As part of the design, Gateway divided the Trail into three sections that include: Montour Trail to Reserve Drive, Reserve Drive to Klinger Road and Klinger Road to Corporate Drive. In summary, Frank Ludwin’s vision to connect the Montour Trail to Southpointe via Klinger Park has now become the dream of the Cecil Township Supervisors, Montour Trail Council volunteers and the Marcellus Shale Southpointe Chamber of Commerce members. As a way to raise the estimated $361,875 construction costs, these three organizations are requesting donations that may include naming rights, direct donations and/or honorariums. As part of that process, a plaque will be erected in Klinger Park that is designed to name every individuals and/or corporation willing to help fund this project. If there is an interest, please contact Dale Risker, President, of the Marcellus Shale Chamber of Commerce at email@example.com or (724) 350-5562 for more information.
Chamber Board and Staff
Don Hodor Southpointe Chamber Founder, Executive Director, Telecommunications Engineer and Owner of Southpointe Telecom
Dale Risker President of Southpointe Chamber, Owner/Operator of World Wide Technical Services, Franchisor of Shake â€˜n Twist stores
Mike George Director of Technology Network and Computer Repair, CCTV and Card Access Installation & Repair
Bill Griffin On Site, CCTV, Card Access, Phone System Technician, & Event Photographer
Brad Herman Director of Communication Southpointe Chamber of Commerce/Southpointe Telecom
Pam Blanck Marketing Consultant Advertising Sales and Invoicing
Board Member Dr. Steve Morreale Physician specializing in geriatrics medicine & COPE Certified Health Coach
Board Member Jim McDonald C.E.O / Chairman of Monaloh Basin Engineers
Board Member Lou Gadani Distributor for Vernon Sales Marketing and Promotional Products
Board Member Karl Skrypak Vice President and General Counsel, HyitaTech Consulting, LLC
Board Member Bill Gardner Senior Business Systems Consultant with Amcom/ Xerox
Board Member Joyce Salizzoni Channel Development Advisor PNC Wealth Management
Board Member Ellie Nesser Educational Consultant
Scotti Mulert Ambassador for The Southpointe Chamber & Southpointe Jazz Club
The Southpointe Directory and Quarterly Report focues on health, education, economy, environment, and industry in the Southpointe Business P...
Published on Apr 19, 2016
The Southpointe Directory and Quarterly Report focues on health, education, economy, environment, and industry in the Southpointe Business P...