2016 Mericle Project Gallery
Our buildings can be found in 15 business parks and range in size from 5,000 square feet to 750,000 square feet. We list 40 Fortune 1000 companies among our many tenants and clients. Click the image to take a brief glimpse of just some of our portfolio. We will be pleased to hear from you if you would like more information about our capabilities.
CenterPoint Cares 2016 Blood Drive
A recent blood drive in CenterPoint saw a record number of employees donate, thus supporting 108 local lives. We thank all of the tenants and employees who participated and especially thank and congratulate Geisinger Blood Center, Communications Test Design, Inc., Comcast, and our team from Mericle for organizing this second annual event.
Comprised of cities like Wilkes-Barre, Pittston, Scranton, Hazleton, and hundreds of smaller communities, Northeastern Pennsylvania (NEPA) is a unique combination of modern businesses and historical sites—a place that is open to new ideas, but brimming with deep rooted traditions.
CenterPoint Cares. Give Blood. Share Life.
Mericle, in partnership with CTDI, the Geisinger Blood Center, and other members of the CenterPoint community, organized the CenterPoint Cares. “Give Blood. Share Life.” blood drive. The blood collected during the drive will be processed at Geisinger’s CenterPoint facility and will benefit local patients treated within the Geisinger Health System.
Miracle on Welles Street
Mericle and a number of our tenants were proud to participate in the Miracle on Welles event. Congratulations to Children’s Miracle Network for the money raised to support Geisinger Janet Weis Children’s Hospital!
Blue Sky at YMCA Camp Kresge
Blue Sky at YMCA Camp Kresge, a Mericle Foundation Initiative, hosted Kiel Eigen, Pride Mobility Products.
Mericle is very proud to be able to donate storage space in CenterPoint Commerce & Trade Park East to help libraries in Luzerne and Lackawanna counties. When longtime Luzerne County employer Penguin Group USA decided to close its warehouse, it graciously decided to donate its large inventory of books to area libraries, provided the libraries could accept delivery quickly.