Today we received recycled, vintage firemen boots from our good friend’s PRC (Pennsylvania Resource Council).
We couldn’t be more excited about Breathe Project and what a great and necessary resource it is. Please take time to visit Breathe Project, interact with the helpful tools on the homepage, and click around to learn more about the air around you.
Working at the Firehouse is anything but dull, and sometimes creative collaboration can be noisy; however, thanks to Fluxx Audio’s custom hearing protection, we are all able to focus in on the amazing work we do for our clients, no matter the background noise. This past month, two more of our employees, Devon and Will, […]
Saturday night Fireman Creative was recognized for our contribution to keeping classical music alive in Westmoreland County. The Palace Theater was brought to life by the Westmorland Symphony Orchestra (WSO) led by conductor Daniel Meyer and featuring the Pittsburgh Opera, WSO Chamber Singers, and the Westmorland Choral Society. The season finale selection was Ode to […]
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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. […]