Governor Wolf announced state support for the construction of a 20-acre simulation city in Armstrong County where students learning trades can get hands-on practice installing water, gas, electrical, and sewer lines.
During the last month, Governor Tom Wolf continued to propel the commonwealth’s economic growth by announcing major investments in Pennsylvania’s workforce and significant infrastructure projects, including increasing access to broadband and repairing more than 1,000 miles of road. Revitalizing Communities From a park sprung out of an underutilized rail yard in Johnstown, to sports complex…
Governor Tom Wolf announced state support to prepare the former USX Duquesne Works brownfield site in Allegheny County for construction of a new manufacturing facility.
Governor Wolf Announces Funding for Development of Business Park to Create More than 1,000 Jobs in Fayette CountyAugust 13, 2018
Governor Wolf announced new funding to create a business park in Uniontown, Fayette County, that will host more than 45 businesses and is anticipated to create more than 1,000 jobs upon completion of the development.
Governor Wolf joined local officials, employers and members of Iron Workers Local 3 to tour ongoing renovations of the Iron Workers Training Center in Pittsburgh and discuss apprenticeships and PAsmart.