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Mike Bartoldi

Landau Building Company would like to welcome Mike Bartoldi as our new Project Engineer!  


Mike graduated from Penn State Harrisburg in 2012 with a B.S. in Structural Design and Construction Engineering Technology. He previously worked for Landau and we are glad to have him back.  His responsibilities include submittals, job meetings, scheduling, coordination with superintendents, logs, change orders,  subcontracts, and purchase orders.  


Mike grew up in the Shaler area and attended Shaler Area High School. He enjoys playing golf and softball on the weekends and is currently renovating his own home.


Randy Moberg


We would also like to welcome Randy Moberg as our newest Project Manager!
Randy was previously Vice President of FireDEX Butler, Inc., for 22 years, and before that, he was Senior Estimator at American Industrial Contracting, Inc., for 11 years. He is a versatile professional in this industry, holding several certifications and licenses, including West Virginia Contractors License, IICRC, Wactware Estimating, EPA Mold Remediation Tech, and Symbility Claims Solutions Estimating System. 

Randy is an avid motorcyclist, having recently participated in Biker Week at Gettysburg, PA.  In his spare time, Randy enjoys hunting, fishing, and golfing.

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July 2015                                                                                                     Issue 18
Landau in the News
Five Generations in Pittsburgh 
Tom, Jeff, Sharon and Jen Landau
L andau Building Company was recently featured in the Pittsburgh Business Times for its long history in the Pittsburgh construction industry.  The article, "Helping Pittsburgh take shape for 125 years," by Tim Schooley, covers Landau's family history in the Pittsburgh region, from Henrich Landau in 1879 to the current Landaus in the business - Tom, Jeff, Sharon, and Jen.  

Schooley's article highlighted the family and business timeline. Landau has a long history in the construction industry of Pittsburgh, beginning with Henrich and his sons in the late 1800s.  His three sons, Jacob, Fred, and Albert, formalized the family's work and incorporated it as Landau Brothers Construction Company, with  Jacob as the first president.  


The company continued to grow and secured its place as a respectable member of the construction region, as demonstrated through long ties with the Master Builders' Association of Western Pennsylvania.  CEO Tom Landau discovered the original 1922 MBA charter certificate from the MBA, as his family has also been active on the MBA board for generations.  MBA Director of Industry Relations Jon O'Brien commented, "It shows you how much of a long-standing relationship they have with us that they could hold on to important documents like that."  


When Tom's father Roy was president, Landau was known mainly for retail building, like Kroger, A&P, and JCPenney; before that, his grandfather focused on office renovations in downtown Pittsburgh, like Dollar Savings Bank, the Oliver Building and the Gulf Building.  Beginning during Tom Landau's presidency and continuing under Jeff's leadership, the company developed a solid reputation for work in healthcare and higher education, as well as commercial and community buildings.


O'Brien kindly remarked in the article, "They have one of the most friendly and energetic offices.  And it's a very close-knit group that they have working together.  They have a good thing going."  


Landau continues to work hard to build and maintain the reputation in the industry that was started by its ancestors over a century ago.




 Progress Photos of Current Projects


Robert Morris University School of Nursing 

Ready for Exterior Finishes


Installing Glazing and Exterior Finishes


Time Lapse Video of Construction

Robert Morris University School of Nursing and Souths Hills Honda are two of our current works in progress.  Above, the School of Nursing is scheduled for completion by the end of October 2015.  Below, construction of the South Hills Honda dealership on Route 19 in Peters Township can be seen behind the existing dealership. This site will be totally transformed when complete.

South Hill Honda Dealership
View from Route 19
Front Elevation Preparing for Glass Installation

Words of Wisdom... 
      "Life is a journey to experience, not a problem to be solved." 

 --Winnie the Pooh