2023 Rocky Mountain Golf Tournament Benefits Nehemiah’s Restoration
The 7th-annual U.S. Engineering Benefit Golf Tournament raised over $145,000 for Nehemiah’s Restoration, a non-profit organization providing care to families in Western Kenya. The tournament took place at Legacy Ridge Golf Course in Westminster, Colorado, ...
Jason Schneider Helps to Improve Water Quality in Guatemalan Community
Jason Schneider, U.S. Engineering Construction Operations Director, recently traveled to Guatemala as part of an ongoing project with Engineers Without Borders (EWB). Jason is vice president of the Rocky Mountain Professional Chapter of EWB, a ...
Jackson County CASA Renovation & Expansion Wins Capstone Award
The Jackson County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) renovation and expansion project has won the Capstone Award for Community Impact. Sponsored by the Kansas City Business Journal, the award recognizes outstanding construction projects that display ...
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The Legacy Project: U.S. Engineering’s commitment to a more sustainable built environment
The Legacy Project is officially underway. On April 17, U.S. Engineering publicly announced our long-term effort to form and execute a sustainability plan that will benefit our customers, our communities and our own organization. While ...
U.S. Engineering Named 2023 FIRST Volunteer Partner of the Year
We are proud to announce that U.S. Engineering was recently awarded the 2023 FIRST Volunteer Partner of the Year. Rebecca David, Chief People Officer, and Kevin Sears, Midwest Metalworks Director of Manufacturing, accepted the recognition ...
U.S. Engineering Teams Average 1.35+ Acts of Service Each Week in 2022
While we don’t capture every single instance of our people engaging with their communities, in 2022, we documented more than 70 different community-focused activities, or 1.35+ acts of service per week.
Podcast: U.S. Engineering’s Sarabeth Gandara on Volunteering for Junior Achievement
In December 2022, U.S. Engineering team members volunteered with Junior Achievement to help motivate students for future career success. Junior Achievement strives to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy through ...
U.S. Engineering 2022 Holiday Giving
Lots happened in 2022, but one thing remained constant: U.S. Engineering team members' generosity.
Tyler & Leigh Nottberg Recognized for Their Passion to Help Youth Succeed
On November 10, CEO Tyler Nottberg and his wife Leigh, received the Robert B. Rogers Legacy Award during the Mentors Challenge banquet for High Aspirations. High Aspirations is a Kansas City organization focused on enriching the ...
U.S. Engineering Hosts City of Westminster, CO, 2022 Veterans Day Celebration
On November 9, the U.S. Engineering’s Rocky Mountain region office hosted the City of Westminster’s Veterans Day luncheon. Since election ballots were still being counted at the city’s original location organizers relocated to our Westminster ...
2022 U.S. Engineering Midwest Golf Tournament Raises $60,000 for Literacy KC
On Friday, October 14, U.S. Engineering’s Midwest region held its annual golf tournament, this year benefitting Literacy KC, an organization dedicated to serving the metropolitan area with direct services, advocacy and collaboration. In all, the ...
Golf Tournament Raises Over $72K for There With Care
On Friday, June 10, our Rocky Mountain region team held its 6th annual golf tournament benefiting There With Care at Todd Creek Golf Club in Thornton, Colorado. Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, volunteers, ...