Frick Environmental Center

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Frick Environmental Center

The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy, in partnership with the City of Pittsburgh, is rebuilding the Environmental Center at Frick Park. Construction begins this summer, during which time the Parks Conservancy will continue to offer educational programming.

The Frick Environmental Center will be a cutting-edge, environmentally sensitive building that will act as a living laboratory, providing children from all parts of the city with access to hands-on, experiential environmental education. The new Environmental Center will complement and restore the ecological and historical landscape of the park while enhancing visitor experience and understanding. Designed to meet the Living Building Challenge and LEED Platinum standards for energy efficiency, the new Environmental Center will support its own needs for water and energy. 

Click below to learn more about the Frick Environmental Center:

Click here for renderings of the new Frick Environmental Center.

For media inquiries, please contact Scott Roller, Senior Manager of Marketing and Communications, by email or by calling 412-682-7275x220. For details on the project, please refer to our Press Fact Sheet.

Act Now!

Your tax-deductible gift to environmental education will be matched dollar for dollar through the Davita Colker Bryant & Laura Michelle Colker Memorial Fund, but you have to give by August 31st! Learn more here

what's happening

Construction of the new Frick Environmental Center will be beginning this summer. Check our project update page to learn more.

Frick Environmental Center FAQ

Questions about the new Environmental Center? Check out our FAQ sheet below:

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