The 2019 e-Construction & Partnering Regional Workshop will be held at the Sheraton – Station Square near downtown Pittsburgh.
300 W. Station Square Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15219
The closest airport is Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT).
A shuttle between the airport and the hotel will be provided. Please email email@example.com with your arrival information to assist in shuttle scheduling. Uber, Lyft, and zTrip (Yellow Cab) also operate from the airport.
Station Square is located on the site of the Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad station along the waterfront of the Monongahela River. Today it is home to restaurants, shops, and other attractions.
- Buca di Beppo
- Grand Concourse and Gandy Dancer Saloon
- Hard Rock Café
- Joe’s Crab Shack
- Kiku Sushi
- The Melting Pot
- Texas de Brazil
- The Gateway Clipper Fleet – The Gateway Clipper Fleet is America’s premier excursion boat operation. The fleet of five riverboats tour the three rivers year-round and are fully equipped and staffed for any size dinner, meeting and specialty cruises including dinner dances, sightseeing, specialty entertainment, one-day vacations and charter cruises.
- Just Ducky Tours – Just Ducky Tours takes riders on Pittsburgh’s only adventure through the city on land and water. Each excursion begins at historic Station Square before waddling around town.
Mount Washington – via The Inclines!
Station Square is adjacent to both of Pittsburgh’s surviving Inclines. Take the short ride up Mount Washington for iconic views of the Pittsburgh skyline and experience a unique part of Pittsburgh’s transportation history.
- The Monongahela Incline – From the top of the Monongahela, visit shops and restaurants on Shiloh Street and Virginia Avenue.
- The Duquesne Incline – From the top of the Duquesne Incline, enjoy the view and visit the restaurants along Grandview Avenue.
Access downtown either by using the Station Square transit stop to take a bus or ‘the T’, Pittsburgh’s Light Rail, or by walking across the Smithfield Street Bridge.
- Market Square – Restaurants, including Pittsburgh’s famous Primanti Brothers, and shops located at the intersection of Forbes Avenue and Market Street downtown. (Take ‘the T’ to the Gateway Station)
- Point State Park – Walk across the Smithfield Street and down Fort Pitt Boulevard to the Park, or take ‘the T’ to the Gateway Station.
- Pittsburgh’s Cultural District – Located along Penn and Liberty Avenues, the Cultural District boasts theaters, galleries, and public art venues. Information and event tickets are available through the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. Most venues can be accessed by the Wood Street or Gateway transit stops.