Office Locations and Contacts
500 Grant Street
BNY Mellon Center
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
The Pittsburgh metropolitan area is one of the top 25 population areas in the country. Pittsburgh is often described as a city which offers the best of both worlds - one that provides all of the amenities and opportunities of a large city while also being very friendly and manageable. Numerous awards and survey results have been a testament to Pittsburgh's attractiveness as a hometown. Key factors frequently mentioned are the city's quality of life, friendliness, and cost of living.
Pittsburgh provides an extensive variety of cultural opportunities, many of which are located in the city's beautiful Cultural District downtown. A few of the many opportunities available include:
- Andy Warhol Museum
- Carnegie Museum of Art
- Carnegie Museum of Natural History
- Carnegie Science Center
- Pittsburgh Ballet
- Pittsburgh Public Theater
- Pittsburgh Symphony
This is certainly a city which loves their sports teams. Pittsburgh is home to three major sports teams - the Pirates (baseball), Steelers (football) and Penguins (hockey). The "black and gold" is worn by all three teams, making Pittsburgh the only city in the United States to have all of their major sports teams in the same colors.
Other sporting activities in the Pittsburgh area include college athletics at the University of Pittsburgh and Duquesne, minor league soccer and baseball teams, horse racing and car racing tracks, a variety of ski resorts, whitewater rafting, boating and fishing on the city's three rivers, and numerous hiking/biking trails and golf courses.
Opportunities to connect with nature include the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium, Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens and an extensive city and county park system, which includes Point State Park at the confluence of the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio rivers.
Pittsburgh has many fine dining as well as casual restaurants. In addition, there are numerous options for live music, bars, and shopping. Popular areas of the city for nightlife include Mount Washington with a breathtaking view of the city, the South Side and Station Square along the Monongahela River, the Strip District along the Allegheny River, and the Waterfront. The city is also home to the Post-Gazette Pavilion, a 20,000 seat outdoor amphitheatre for concerts.
Just Plain Fun
There are many favorites for just plain fun including Sandcastle Water Park, Kennywood Amusement Park, and the Gateway Clipper Fleet.
KPMG in Pittsburgh, much like the City itself, offers a friendly and diverse work environment. The Pittsburgh office celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2005. The office is the fourth oldest in the firm.
The office is home to a wide array of service groups. The groups include audit, federal tax, state and local tax, international tax, IT Advisory, internal audit, risk advisory, and transaction services. With a staff of approximately 210, Pittsburgh is part of the Firm's Midatlantic region. Our management group consists of 19 partners and 53 managers. Our clients include Fortune 500 companies, international financial institutions, manufacturers of consumer and industrial products, retailers and distributors, and colleges and universities.
The focus for the Pittsburgh office is not only on our clients, but also on our surrounding community. The office supports community and outreach programs including the RBI Program, March of Dimes, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, the United Way, Multiple Sclerosis and the American Cancer Society. The office encourages employees to "give back" to the community by volunteering to help these worthwhile programs.
The office conducts a variety of social and training programs for our staff, alumni and clients. The office also sponsors a softball team, annual holiday party, and summer picnic for our employees. In addition, the office has a local chapter of KPMG's Network of Women (KNOW) and conducts a variety of programs to assist employees with connecting to one another including the Buddy and the Mentoring Programs.