Press & Awards

Press Releases & Awards

Karndean Designflooring

One of our Architects, Jim Roos, was featured in a Karndean Designflooring publication as part of an Eneref Institute initiative. He designed the new warehouse facility, along with a team of engineers!

Here’s the article link:

Check out the video on the facility here:

Lauri Ann West Community Center


A new community center is coming to the neighborhoods of Aspinwall, Blawnox, Fox Chapel, Indiana Twp., O’Hara Twp. and Sharpsburg. Its predecessor, the Boyd Community Center, is in the process of being strategically dissembled—to allow continued community use—while construction begins for its replacement, the Lauri Ann West Community Center…

Read more here…..


Armstrong County Courthouse

(The Kittanning Paper)
Armstrong County Commissioners unanimously passed an agreement earlier this month to award an architectural agreement to RSSC Architecture of Wexford (Allegheny County) to design possible repairs to the Armstrong County Courthouse cupola . Initial grants to study the dome were awarded in June 2011.

Cranberry Township Public Safety Training Facility

(Pittsburgh Post Gazette)
On November 6, 2012 the members of the Cranberry Twp. Volunteer Fire Company, along with the Township Police Dept., EMS and Board of Supervisors, officially opened the new Cranberry Township Public Safety Training Facility, as designed by RSSC.  The new 5,400 SF one story building includes a multi-media equipped training classroom, a real-life emergency simulation room with various fire sprinkler systems and enough space for storing specialized firefighter and police equipment and fire apparatus.

Yerecic Label Facility Expansion

(Breaking Ground Magazine July/Aug 2012)
At the end of the year 2011, Yerecic Label officially moved into their new 20,400 SF pre-engineered metal building addition. The newly expanded facility provides space to incorporate the existing relocated and new label printing presses, storage areas for material deliveries and product shipping, conference rooms, offices and mezzanine.  The success of the project was based on the communication and project team approach.  “Being in a team oriented environment, we really do approach projects as a team.  The meetings we had with Uhl Construction and RSSC Architecture were very positive and productive”,  recalls Mr. Yerecic.

Aerotech Inc.

(Breaking Ground Magazine May/June 2012)
Mosites Construction is the successful contractor for the second phase of the $7 million expansion of Aerotech’s facilities in the RIDC Business Park in O’Hara Township.  The project architect is RSSC Architecture.

Rose E. Schneider Family YMCA

(Breaking Ground Magazine March/April 2011)
“The most rewarding aspect of the project is seeing the positive impact the facility is having on the community,” says Ralph Sterzinger, AIA.  “I belong to that YMCA.   When I walk in I see kids using the facility everywhere I look.  That’s the best evidence that we did our job right.”

Design/Construction Teams Build Playhouses for the Girl Scouts

(Breaking Ground Magazine May/June 2007)
The Girl Scouts Trillium Council again held the Dream House Playhouse Auction during the Pittsburgh Home Show, between March 8 and March 17.  The playhouses designed and built by local contractors and architects, were auctioned online for the benefit of the Girl Scouts.  Among the entries this year were the ‘Tree House’, designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson and built by John Deklewa & Sons; ‘Steel City’, designed by Celli-Flynn Brennan Architects and constructed by Volpatt Construction; ‘Curtain Call’, built by P. J. Dick Inc. with MLJ Architects; and ‘Greenhouse Playhouse’, designed by RSSC Architecture and constructed by Landau Building Co.

2001 Excellence in Construction Awards

General Contractor — Renovation: Bridges pbt for North Side Bank in Cranberry Township. Architect was Ross, Schonder, Sterzinger and Cupcheck.
Electrical Commercial — Canova Electrical Contracting Inc. for the Bobby Rahal Dealership in Wexford. Architect was Ross Schonder, Sterzinger and Cupcheck.