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Brian Sieffert

Full-Time Student

University of Pittsburgh

HQ Phone:  (412) 647-5800

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University of Pittsburgh

3459 Fifth Avenue

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,15213

United States

Company Description

We are a theoretical & computational chemistry group at the University of Pittsburgh. We develop and apply electronic structure approaches to help guide discoveries in catalysis, spectroscopy, and materials chemistry. Our research areas include: (1) Developi... more

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Concrete Exchange


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Take Pride Construction and Design Pittsburgh Home Improvement

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Take Pride Construction and Design LLC was established in 1993 while Brian Sieffert was studying Environmental Sciences and Business at the University of Pittsburgh.
His initial objective for opening this company was to finance his way through college; however, as the company began to grow, he developed an attachment to the beautification process involved with painting renovation and restoration. Brian had spent 15 months prior to opening the company as a General Branch Manager of a nationwide painting franchise in the Upper Saint Clair territory. As a branch manager for this franchise, he was responsible for the marketing, sales, recruiting, and production of the contracted work using his own equipment and accounts. It was essentially his first experience in any type of business ownership. During this first season, the Upper Saint Clair branch exceeded all levels nationwide for that year in sales, customer satisfaction, and branch profitability. Though Brian had the opportunity to work with many exceptional properties, it was not until his last job of the season that he was recognized publicly for his work. In 1993, Brian Sieffert's bid was chosen over several others to restore the interior of the Carnegie Music Hall. Brian and tradesmen who he personally selected completed this project. Brian was a full-time student at the University of Pittsburgh while employing 6 to 10 people year round. In 1996, Brian decided to devote his full attention to the development of Take Pride, a company that began making a name for themselves. This same year, Brian met Cathy Gilg while working on a mutual project; an eight color cottage style property in Osborne. Brian Sieffert studied under Designer Fu-Tung Cheng. Brian was the first in the Pittsburgh area to attain a certification from Cheng Concrete to fabricate Concrete Countertops counters and GFRC. Brian studied in San Francisco to become the first in Pittsburgh to be certified in the Buddy Rhodes method of Decorative Concrete.


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www.takepridepainting.com [cached]

Take Pride Painting Inc. was established in 1993 while Brian Sieffert was studying Environmental Sciences and Business at the University of Pittsburgh.
His initial objective for opening this company was to finance his way through college; however, as the company began to grow, he developed an attachment to the beautification process involved with painting renovation and restoration. Brian had spent 15 months prior to opening the company as a General Branch Manager of a nationwide painting franchise in the Upper Saint Clair territory. As a branch manager for this franchise, he was responsible for the marketing, sales, recruiting, and production of the contracted work using his own equipment and accounts. It was essentially his first experience in any type of business ownership. During this first season, the Upper Saint Clair branch exceeded all levels nationwide for that year in sales, customer satisfaction, and branch profitability. Though Brian had the opportunity to work with many exceptional properties, it was not until his last job of the season that he was recognized publicly for his work. In 1993, Brian Sieffert's bid was chosen over several others to restore the interior of the Carnegie Music Hall. Brian and tradesmen who he personally selected completed this project. From 1993 to 1996, Brian was a full-time student at the University of Pittsburgh while employing 6 to 10 people year round. In 1996, Brian decided to devote his full attention to the development of Take Pride Painting Inc., a company that began making a name for themselves. This same year, Brian met Cathy Gilg while working on a mutual project; an eight color cottage style property in Osborne.


About :Take Pride Construction & Design

takeprideconstruction.com [cached]

Take Pride Construction and Design LLC was established in 1993 while Brian Sieffert was studying Environmental Sciences and Business at the University of Pittsburgh.
His initial objective for opening this company was to finance his way through college; however, as the company began to grow, he developed an attachment to the beautification process involved with painting renovation and restoration. Brian had spent 15 months prior to opening the company as a General Branch Manager of a nationwide painting franchise in the Upper Saint Clair territory. As a branch manager for this franchise, he was responsible for the marketing, sales, recruiting, and production of the contracted work using his own equipment and accounts. It was essentially his first experience in any type of business ownership. During this first season, the Upper Saint Clair branch exceeded all levels nationwide for that year in sales, customer satisfaction, and branch profitability. Though Brian had the opportunity to work with many exceptional properties, it was not until his last job of the season that he was recognized publicly for his work. In 1993, Brian Sieffert's bid was chosen over several others to restore the interior of the Carnegie Music Hall. Brian and tradesmen who he personally selected completed this project. From 1993 to 1996, Brian was a full-time student at the University of Pittsburgh while employing 6 to 10 people year round. In 1996, Brian decided to devote his full attention to the development of Take Pride, a company that began making a name for themselves. The company became more aggressive through marketing strategies and more competitive by developing internal training programs and keeping up with current trends of the industry. In 1997, after increasing their production from the previous years, Take Pride. began to contribute to the design realm. They found a way to exhibit to clients what their house could potentially look like in several different color schemes. By using computer generation, a photographic image could be derived from a "before" picture of each client's home or business. his same year, Brian met Cathy Gilg while working on a mutual project; an eight color cottage style property in Osborne. Brian Sieffert


Concrete Ramp Sink | CHENG Concrete Exchange

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White Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete Ramp Sink by Brian Sieffert | Concrete Exchange
White Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete Ramp Sink by Brian Sieffert | Concrete Exchange White Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete Ramp Sink by Brian Sieffert | Concrete Exchange Transforming a gaudy wall-papered 1970's powder room into a contemporary oasis, Sieffert of Concrete Zen delivered a spectacular vanity that is much more like a small interior water feature than a conventional sink. Water falls from a minimalistic faucet down the long, sloped Platinum-colored concrete ramp sink into a narrow drain slot at the other end. says Sieffert. Design + Expertise Sieffert and the clients decided that a minimalistic concrete vanity would work well in the powder room space, providing a clean, unfussy look and feel. Sieffert works in tandem with forward-thinking plumbers and "in-house" construction team members to create custom projects that satisfy all parties involved. "We train plumbers to work with our product to alleviate any anxiety or confusion for them or the client," says Sieffert. Sieffert also believes in supplying a sustainable, locally-made product and seeks to offer clients creative solutions for their project as a whole: "We can value engineer the entire renovation and include concrete to add the design touches that complete a personal or unique project. Brian Sieffert opened the company's workshop immediately after completing training with CHENG Concrete, Jim Ralston GFRC training, and Buddy Rhodes and Brandon Gore GFRC Collaborative Certification Programs. Contact: Brian Sieffert Concrete Zen 352 Becks Run Rd Pittsburgh, PA 15210 (724) 531-3907 brian@takeprideconstruction.com


Concrete Ramp Sink | CHENG Concrete Exchange

www.concreteexchange.com [cached]

White Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete Ramp Sink by Brian Sieffert | Concrete Exchange
White Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete Ramp Sink by Brian Sieffert | Concrete Exchange White Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete Ramp Sink by Brian Sieffert | Concrete Exchange Transforming a gaudy wall-papered 1970's powder room into a contemporary oasis, Sieffert of Concrete Zen delivered a spectacular vanity that is much more like a small interior water feature than a conventional sink. Water falls from a minimalistic faucet down the long, sloped Platinum-colored concrete ramp sink into a narrow drain slot at the other end. says Sieffert. Design + Expertise Sieffert and the clients decided that a minimalistic concrete vanity would work well in the powder room space, providing a clean, unfussy look and feel. Sieffert works in tandem with forward-thinking plumbers and "in-house" construction team members to create custom projects that satisfy all parties involved. "We train plumbers to work with our product to alleviate any anxiety or confusion for them or the client," says Sieffert. Sieffert also believes in supplying a sustainable, locally-made product and seeks to offer clients creative solutions for their project as a whole: "We can value engineer the entire renovation and include concrete to add the design touches that complete a personal or unique project. Brian Sieffert opened the company's workshop immediately after completing training with CHENG Concrete, Jim Ralston GFRC training, and Buddy Rhodes and Brandon Gore GFRC Collaborative Certification Programs. Contact: Brian Sieffert Concrete Zen 352 Becks Run Rd Pittsburgh, PA 15210 (724) 531-3907 brian@takeprideconstruction.com


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