BPMI operates from two locations: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Schenectady, New York.
Situated in the rolling hills of Western Pennsylvania, BPMI-Pittsburgh is located in Monroeville – a flourishing suburb that boasts a multitude of shopping and dining possibilities. If you're looking for a booming metropolis, venture just 12 miles west to Pittsburgh, a culturally diverse city brimming with world-renowned academic institutions, hospitals, sports teams, museums, and performing arts. Rated "#1 Most Livable City" by Places Rated Almanac, the Pittsburgh region offers a competitive cost of living. Most recently, BusinessWeek magazine named Pittsburgh "One of the Best Cities to Ride Out the Recession." Employment in the Pittsburgh region continues to grow, despite the economic slowdown. Much of that success is driven by the city's education and health services sectors. Institutions including Carnegie Mellon University, University of Pittsburgh, Duquesne University, Robert Morris University, Chatham University and others have helped to attract companies like Google and Rand, along with some of the brightest professionals in their respective fields.
Nestled in the foothills of the Adirondacks, BPMI-Schenectady is surrounded by beautiful countryside perfect for year-round activities like swimming, boating, fishing, skiing, and mountain climbing. Schenectady is a city rich in history and innovation – it's where Thomas Edison founded what would become the General Electric Company and George Westinghouse invented the rotary engine and air brakes. Centrally located within three hours of New York City, Boston, and Montreal, Schenectady is just a short 19 mile drive from Albany, the New York state capital. Albany is brimming with entertainment, from nature to sports, history and culture, as well as performing arts and exquisite dining.