Last week Intervala concluded its 2018 Backpack Initiative to benefit the students and teachers at Wilkins Primary School, which serves pre-kindergarten through third-grade students in Pittsburgh. Intervala employees donated more than 500 new school supplies, including backpacks, lunch bags, crayons, notebooks, markers and, of course, PENCILS, PENCILS, PENCILS! A huge thank you to our employees for their amazing generosity and to Principal Jean Livingston and the entire staff at Wilkins Primary for all they do.
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Intervala is featured in the fall 2018 issue of Made in PA magazine, published by the Pittsburgh Technology Council. Intervala is proud to be serving our outstanding customers and growing our global business as a member of the southwestern Pennsylvania tech community.
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PITTSBURGH, Aug. 20, 2018—Intervala, LLC, a full-service manufacturer of high-reliability, precision electronic and electromechanical products, today announced that the Pittsburgh Technology Council has named Intervala President and CEO Teresa Huber a 2018 Tech 50 Awards finalist in the CEO of the Year category. The selection recognizes Huber as one of the region’s top tech executives.
The Pittsburgh Technology Council’s annual Tech 50 Awards recognize southwestern Pennsylvania’s most successful, innovative and thought-leading technology companies, which have become the backbone of Pittsburgh’s innovation economy.
“For more than two decades, Tech 50 has been honoring the Pittsburgh region’s most dynamic companies which are solving some of the world’s toughest and most pressing challenges,” said Audrey Russo, president and CEO of the Pittsburgh Technology Council. “Each year, our group of finalists continues to push the boundaries of technology and innovation. Tech 50 gives the tech ecosystem a moment to celebrate not just the companies that are putting Pittsburgh on the map, but also the tireless work of the women and men behind these awe-inspiring companies.”
“I’m deeply honored to be selected as a finalist among such an accomplished group of technology leaders,” said Huber. “Intervala’s culture of helping customers succeed by solving their manufacturing problems in smart, creative ways is distinguishing us as a formidable force in the high-complexity electronics manufacturing industry and a desirable career destination for gifted professionals in technology fields. The Tech 50 recognition reflects our entire team’s abundance of talent and commitment to customer excellence.”
Tech 50 winners will be announced on October 25, 2018, during a ceremony at the Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Hotel.
At Intervala, we create customized, intelligent solutions for each customer’s unique requirements. We are a full-service manufacturer of high-reliability, precision electronic and electromechanical products for companies in industrial, medical, transportation and other technology-driven markets. Customers choose Intervala because we understand their complex product and service needs. Our team draws on decades of experience to bring a fresh approach to problem-solving, combining turnkey manufacturing capabilities and engineering, materials management and global fulfillment services to deliver smart, innovative solutions. Total customer satisfaction is the cornerstone of our business. For more information, visit www.intervala.com.
About the Pittsburgh Technology Council
The Pittsburgh Technology Council helps Pittsburgh-area tech companies succeed through a proven platform of Business Development, Talent Retention, Government Relations and Visibility Services. Companies at all growth stages access the Pittsburgh Technology Council to build new business, connect to capital, grow a workforce and make headlines. Pittsburgh Technology Council members cut across Pittsburgh’s tech sector from hardware and IT to life sciences and application developers. For more information on the Pittsburgh Technology Council, visit www.pghtech.org.
We christened our brand-new employee pavilion on July 27 by hosting a picnic lunch for the entire Intervala crew. The Breezeway outdoor pavilion was the perfect setting for employees to relax and enjoy one another’s company after a busy work week. Attendees were treated to a yummy lunch from Apple Harvest Catering in nearby North Versailles, Pa., and had the chance to win fun prizes in a raffle. Everyone also received a special t-shirt to wear at the company’s upcoming family picnic. Thanks to Intervala’s Employee Association for coordinating this fun event!
A contest to name the pavilion was held during the construction phase. Congratulations to Kelle Diagnazio for submitting The Breezeway, which was selected as the winning entry in an employee vote!
And, special thanks to several employees whose extraordinary efforts made construction of the pavilion possible: Dave Lenart, Roy Olbeiter, Tim Watson and Ed Mansell. Also, a big shout out to Ed Stein and his company for building this addition to our facility for employees to enjoy. We’re expecting a lot of future fun under that roof!