Architectural millwork firm Wyatt moves to bigger Pennsylvania facility
March 30, 2021 | 10:38 am CDT

Wyatt has done architectural millwork on commercial projects across Pennsylvania, including the Comcast Technology Center in Philadelphia.

SOUTH HUNTINGDON, Pa. - Pennsylvania-based architectural millwork firm Wyatt Inc. will build a new 120,000-square-foot plant, increasing its size by 20 percent.
 
Wyatt will build the facility on a 20-acre property it purchased from the Westmoreland County Industrial Development Corp for $380,000. The expansion is a relocation.
 
“Our new home is less than a 20-minute drive from our current location, and we’re delighted to keep this operation in Westmoreland County,” said Fred Episcopo, president of Wyatt Inc.
 
Wyatt employs 70 workers. The expansion should allow it to increase its workforce by around 10 percent each year for the next five years.
 
Wyatt has done work on many commercial projects around Pennsylvania, including Pittsburgh Pirates home PNC Park and the Comcast Technology Center - the largest skyscraper in Philadelphia. 
 
Wyatt worked on the 59-floor, 1,121-foot-tall Comcast Technology Center in Philadelphia, providing custom architectural millwork, fabric-wrapped panels, drywall, and acoustic ceilings, as well as casework and stonework.
 
Wyatt is expected to start building the new facility this summer, with a goal of completion by the end of 2022. The facility will also feature exterior curtainwall manufacturing.
 
 
 

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