George Westinghouse built an industrial empire based in Pittsburgh. So there's a connection when an independent film company based in that city produces a documentary of the man and his legacy. George Westinghouse was an industrialist and engineer, who became president of ASME in 1910. The film, "Westinghouse" was made by Inecom Entertainment Co. The idea for a film devoted to Westinghouse began when Mark Bussler, producer at Inecom, met a historian, Edward Reis. Reis is not only an expert on Westinghouse, however, but also an admirer, and Bussler picked up his enthusiasm. In the film, Reis says there was never a strike at any of the Westinghouse companies for the entire time George Westinghouse managed them. He was affectionately known as "The Old Man."