The Community Collaborative Implementation Plan is focused on job creation, local and minority inclusion and workforce development. The project is anticipated to generate over 4,000 construction and 3,000 permanent jobs. There will be opportunities for residents from the Greater Hill District and beyond to be employed in the redevelopment project as part of construction, professional services contractors or other elements of the work. We are working with different organizations Partners 4 Work, Pittsburgh Promise and the Builder’s Guild in collaboration with the building trade unions to open up apprenticeships and training opportunities for Greater Hill District Residents. We are in the process of establishing our workforce development structure in collaboration with the contracting team.