All eyes are fixated on Uber, waiting to see what's next for the innovative tech giant. Therefore, it was important to develop a cutting-edge facility that could cater to their ever-expanding research programs in the areas of mapping, vehicle safety and autonomous transportation.
“Prior to the project, no one on the team had spent much time in Pittsburgh,” says Liz Guerrero, co-founder and principal at Assembly. Shown here, the open plan office space features bleacher-style common seating.
“One of our biggest challenges was capturing the spirit of the city.” Known for its long-standing history with industrial development of technology and machinery, Uber realized Pittsburgh was the perfect place for launching and building its first self-driving vehicle.