Pittsburgh-based corporations PNC Financial Services Group and PPG have played integral roles in the development of sustainable architecture. PNC has more newly constructed LEED®-certified green buildings than any company in the world, while its local neighbor is the only building products company to offer customers such as PNC single-source access to sustainable glass, coatings and paints.
PPG's 2021 paint color forecast reflects a renewed focus on wellbeing, sustainability and human connection. But how are these trends influencing the wood-stain looks in our homes, institutions, retail spaces and workplaces?
Our future will be marked by scientific and technological progress... And progress reflects the diverse talents that make it happen. In honor of International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we are celebrating all the female researchers, creators, owners and leaders of science, technology and innovation at PPG.
Used on millions of consumer electronics, PPG's high-performance coatings are trusted by the world's top electronics brands. From laptops and phones to vacuums and fans, you will find our transparent coatings on the things you touch every day in your home or at work.
Here at PPG, we have a comprehensive range of coating technologies, coating application services and value-added solutions to help our customers streamline their processes, maximize production efficiencies and reduce logistics costs.
Sustainability, color and dynamic design characterize Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC. Occupying the former 10-acre site of an urban medical center, the facility features a 1.4 million-square-foot campus encompassing four distinct facilities anchored by the 13-story hospital and the 300,000 square-foot John G. Rangos, Sr. Research Center.
Faced with a global pandemic and remote working, people are increasingly relying on the digital options to communicate. PPG's industrial coatings business is embracing all things digital to remain as connected and accessible as possible to our customers.
At PPG we're always looking toward the future, continuously researching and developing products to help us in our efforts to reduce our own environmental footprint and that of our customers. One innovative area in which we've uncovered numerous opportunities for sustainable advancement is with powder coating technology.
Architects specify rainscreen systems to fulfill two primary functions: the first is to keep moisture from entering a building; the second is to prevent heat from escaping. Thanks to a collaboration between Morphosis Architects, A. Zahner Company and PPG, the rainscreen system on The Bloomberg Center at Cornell Tech does more than serve those purposes - it also works as a color-shifting wall of art.