Today we received recycled, vintage firemen boots from our good friend’s PRC (Pennsylvania Resource Council).
Fireman Creative and Sustainable Pittsburgh Restaurant kick-off Sustainable Smorgasburgh! Now that’s a mouthful! #sprsmorgasburgh #itsamouthful
Pennsylvania Resources Council and Allegheny CleanWays are teaming up to host the second annual Pittsburgh Wild & Scenic Film Festival, the nation’s premier environmental and adventure film festival. Subtitled “where activism gets inspired,” the 2016 edition of the festival features 15 short films. They will be shown in two venues: Thursday, September 22 from 6:00 […]
The team at Fireman Creative has recently moved into our new space, Engine House No.16, at the crossroads of Point Breeze and Homewood, in Pittsburgh, PA. We took an abandoned engine house built in 1888, and renovated it to feature an open-concept floor-plan. We’ve equipped Engine House No.16 with a conference room, multiple work areas, […]
Thanks to Brian Conway and Next Pittsburgh for writing this article about our new home! The grandeur has been restored to a century-old Point Breeze firehouse.All it took was the work of a Fireman. Paul Fireman, of Fireman Creative, a web design and development agency, purchased the former Engine House No. 16 in summer 2015. […]
To a packed enthusiastic house at The Andy Warhol Museum over three hundred people celebrated organizations large and small for making strides to decrease energy consumption, reduce waste, improve the environment and work toward Pittsburgh truly being the Most Livable City in the United States. Green Workplace challenge has had over 200 participants, who have […]
A win for urban agriculture, the city of Pittsburgh passed new legislation on July 7 making it easier for residents to keep chickens, goats and bees on their properties.