I recently had the privilege of attending a luncheon in The Vault at the Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania) Engineers' Building. The building was designed by the renowned turn of the 20th century architect, Daniel H Burnham, and its original vault now serves as an initimate dining room. The building also houses a spacious formal dining room, three meeting rooms, administrative offices, and leased office space. Follow the link below to learn more:
Pittsburgh Engineers' Building
The Vault in the Pittsburgh Engineers' Building [click image to enlarge]
The luncheon was sponsored by the Western Pennsylvania Chapter of the Institute of Management Consultants (IMC-USA). To learn more about IMC-USA, follow the link below.
I hope our next meeeting will be in the same place -- the food and venue were exceptional -- regards to my colleagues!