Richard L. Beynon was President and an owner of Beynon & Company, Incorporated for the last 20 years. With more than 40 years of experience in the commercial real estate field, he obtained his Pennsylvania salesmans license in 1982 and his brokers license in 1992. He was appointed President and COO in 2000 and was responsible for overseeing of the real estate division, insurance division, and property management division at Beynon & Company. Mr. Beynons main focus is in the sales and leasing of office, investment, and commercial property. Selling one Downtown office building 4 times! He has also purchased and developed and managed properties for different investment partnerships in Downtown Pittsburgh and its surrounding areas.
Richard Beynon has provided professional expertise and consulted as an expert witness and other consulting assignments to include the strategy and implementations of acquisition for a Major Utility Company, strategic planning as a consultant Environmental Planning & Design for the City of Wheeling, WV; Centre County; Three Springs Road, W.V.; Kelly Facility, a government army base; and Riverview Business Park in Mount Union, PA.
Mr. Beynon was former chairperson for the Wesley Family Services Foundation and currently serves on the Exchange Underwrites Insurance Company Board of Directors. He is past Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership and serves on both the Executive Committee and the Board for the PDP, and he a former member of Entrepreneurs Organization and has held many committee chair seats. He previously served on the Boards of the Benedum-Trees Building Condominium Association, the Realtors Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Executives Association, Kiwanis Club of Downtown Pittsburgh, and Old St. Lukes Church.
Mr. Beynon has chaired and served on many committees for the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership, such as the Business Improvement District, Clean & Safe Committee Wi-Fi task force, Safety Ambassador Program, and Office and Retention task force. He is active in helping the Whale's Tale, the Women's Center and Shelter of Pittsburgh, ARC Allegheny, the Society of St. Vincent DePaul, Wesley Family Service Young Life Education Partnership, and fundraising for the American Cancer Society.
Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership, Pittsburgh Executives Association, Entrepreneurs Organization, South Hills Country Club, and The Alternative Board TAB.