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VIDEO: It’s time to talk openly about depression and suicide

September is Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month, and U.S. Engineering has joined the effort to reduce the stigma of talking about suicide and mental health. To continue the conversation, the U.S. Engineering Wellness Committee invited ...

Sep 17, 2021
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U.S. Engineering teams and partners assisted in a home remodel for a family with eight special needs children

Todd VonLintel led a U.S. Engineering team that joined forces with the Rocky Mountain MCA, Rocky Mountain Biohazard and other volunteers in the area to help a family in need. In July 2020, the Gines ...

Sep 16, 2021
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Annabelle’s Children’s Hospital Stand: How One Child Is Leaving a Legacy

While many of us at U.S. Engineering are familiar with Children’s Hospital Colorado because of our work there, unfortunately Annebelle Rusco’s familiarity with the facility comes from her time as a patient. Annabelle is the daughter ...

Aug 06, 2021
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U.S. Engineering Teams Raise Over $24K in the Denver Heart Walk

Team members in U.S. Engineering’s Rocky Mountain region recently raised $24,012 for the 2021 Denver Heart Walk, benefitting the American Heart Association.

Jul 08, 2021
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U.S. Engineering Rocky Mountain Region’s 5th Annual Golf Tournament Raises Over $41,500 for There With Care

After last year’s cancelation due to COVID-19, the 2021 U.S. Engineering Charity Golf Tournament was back in full swing on June 11 at Todd Creek Golf Club in Thornton, Colorado. Thanks to the generosity of ...

Jun 25, 2021
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U.S. Engineering Promotes Careers in the Industry with Educators Through Zoom, Guest Column

U.S. Engineering teams recently took the time promote rewarding careers available at U.S. Engineering and in the industry. On Wednesday, June 9, several teammates joined about 70 educators for Show Me Careers via Zoom to ...

Jun 16, 2021
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U.S. Engineering and Local 208 Presented with Handmade Appreciation Plaque

The Adams 12 Future Forward Washington Square school found a heartfelt way to show their gratitude for our work at their school and for the $15,000 we donated to support the welding program. In the ...

May 19, 2021
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Hannah Thomazin and Other STEM Mentors Answer Questions From All-Girls Team

U.S. Engineering Construction Project Engineer Hannah Thomazin recently participated in a video Q&A for an all-girl STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) team. Thomazin joined other women STEAM mentors to answer questions posed by an ...

Apr 09, 2021
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Josh Seiler and Family Prepare for Another Season of Community Gardening

Josh Seiler, U.S. Engineering Service General Manager, and his family prepare to grow another garden benefitting community members in need. This year the garden will include educational gardening courses and free seedlings.

Apr 07, 2021
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Summer Helm Raises Money and Awareness for Bike MS

Summer Helm, U.S. Engineering Innovations Project Coordinator, participated in a 75-mile bike ride to raise money and awareness for Bike MS, an organization dedicated to helping people with Multiple Sclerosis. The ride took place on ...

Apr 06, 2021
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NAWIC Billboards raise awareness for Women in Construction Week

U.S. Engineering co-sponsors digital signs along Kansas City highways for the event As a National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) member company, U.S. Engineering is proud to co-sponsor digital signs promoting the advancement of women in ...

Mar 04, 2021
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A Conversation with Literacy KC: New Adventure App Highlights Kansas City’s Rich Black History

U.S. Engineering Company Holdings CFO Brendan Rittel recently sat down with Literacy KC’s Gillian Helm and J.P. Deckert to talk about how the Adventure App works to amplify Black voices and celebrate Black History. Brendan ...

Mar 03, 2021
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