Pennsylvania Unemployment Office Call Center Groundbreaking Set For April 20 at RIDC's City Center of Duquesne

Apr 19, 2001, 01:00 ET from RIDC

    DUQUESNE, Pa., April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Groundbreaking for the new
 Pennsylvania Unemployment Compensation Office Call Center is scheduled for
 3 p.m., Friday, April 20, at RIDC's City Center of Duquesne.
     Miller Brothers Construction Properties, Inc. (MBC Properties, Inc.) is
 the developer for the project and purchased the nearly five-acre site on North
 Linden Avenue near the new Greater Pittsburgh Food Bank facility from the RIDC
 Growth Fund.  Construction should be finished by September.  The call center
 is expected to employ about 100 people.
     Mayor Phil Krivacek of Duquesne will be joined by Alan R. Williamson,
 Deputy Secretary for Unemployment Compensation Programs for the Pennsylvania
 Department of Labor & Industry, Frank Brooks Robinson, Sr., President of RIDC
 along with State Senator Sean Logan and additional city of Duquesne, Allegheny
 County Department of Development, state and federal officials.
     Under development for the past ten years, RIDC's City Center of Duquesne
 is a 250-acre site, former home of U.S. Steel's Duquesne Works.
 
 

SOURCE RIDC
    DUQUESNE, Pa., April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Groundbreaking for the new
 Pennsylvania Unemployment Compensation Office Call Center is scheduled for
 3 p.m., Friday, April 20, at RIDC's City Center of Duquesne.
     Miller Brothers Construction Properties, Inc. (MBC Properties, Inc.) is
 the developer for the project and purchased the nearly five-acre site on North
 Linden Avenue near the new Greater Pittsburgh Food Bank facility from the RIDC
 Growth Fund.  Construction should be finished by September.  The call center
 is expected to employ about 100 people.
     Mayor Phil Krivacek of Duquesne will be joined by Alan R. Williamson,
 Deputy Secretary for Unemployment Compensation Programs for the Pennsylvania
 Department of Labor & Industry, Frank Brooks Robinson, Sr., President of RIDC
 along with State Senator Sean Logan and additional city of Duquesne, Allegheny
 County Department of Development, state and federal officials.
     Under development for the past ten years, RIDC's City Center of Duquesne
 is a 250-acre site, former home of U.S. Steel's Duquesne Works.
 
 SOURCE  RIDC