Beard Miller combines Pittsburgh offices

Mid-Atlantic CPA firm Beard Miller Company LLP (bmc) has announced that the firm has combined its two Pittsburgh-area offices into one location. bmc’s downtown Pittsburgh and suburban Wexford offices will move to their new location in Pittsburgh’s North Shore neighborhood, effective February 16, 2009.

“bmc is focused on increasing the firm’s visibility in the Pittsburgh market,” said Pittsburgh office Managing Partner H.P. (Bud) Kelly. “The additional space and ability to benefit from the growth on the North Shore means we can continue to serve our existing clients and attract new ones, as well as provide a pleasant, upscale location for our growing number of staff.” The new 7,100 square foot location is about a mile from the current downtown location and 15 miles from the Wexford office.

“We were fortunate to find such a first class space in close proximity to our existing offices. It was important to us to limit the impact of the relocation on our clients and our employees. Our new location and enhanced operational efficiencies will help us continue to grow and evolve, as we work to move our clients’ vision forward in the Pittsburgh market,” said Lamar Stoltzfus, bmc chairman and chief executive officer.

bmc will open for business at the new location on February 16, 2009. The new address will be 30 Isabella Street, Suite 109, Pittsburgh, PA 15212. The office phone number is 412.231.3590, and its fax number is 412.291.1634.

About bmc
bmc is a regional certified public accounting and consulting firm with over 600 employees serving middle market and small business clients throughout the Mid Atlantic region. The 89 partner firm has fourteen offices located in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and Maryland. The firm is ranked among the Top 40 firms in the USA (Public Accounting Report, August 2008) and is an independent member of the BDO Seidman Alliance.

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