WRK Engineers is a full-service structural engineering company dedicated to serving our client’s needs with a collaborative, comprehensive approach to problem-solving. Our work is broad and diverse as we serve clients at not only the local level, but also regionally, nationally and internationally. We apply creative, adaptive solutions that demonstrate our understanding of the unique project structural challenges, requirements and budget. For every project, we continually strive to identify client needs to deliver value added service and exceed expectations.
WRK Gives Back to 5 Local Charities
WRK Engineers believes being a Community Partner is essential to our business practice. We value the community where we live, work and play and desire to support the community by giving back our time and resources.
Starting with our 5-year Anniversary in 2015, we partnered with local community charities, chosen by WRK staff, to provide support through financial donations and volunteerism. This staff-driven practice continues today.
As part of this initiative, the firm has established the WRK Engineers Charitable Foundation to provide support for the fundraising activities and events we have planned for these charities. All financial proceeds received by the Foundation are distributed to our Community Partners.
As part of this initiative the firm has established the WRK Engineers Charitable Foundation to provide support for the fundraising activities and events we have planned for 2016. All financial proceeds received by the Foundation will be given to our Community Partners.
24-hour online giving marathon set for September 22
Vancouver, Wash., September 2016—Southwest Washington’s third annual day of online giving will launch at midnight on Thursday, September 22. The event, called Give More 24! is a day when residents from across southwest Washington, and those living and working around the world, can visit www.Give-More-24.org and give as one community for 24 hours. Those who wish to give can choose to support any of the 128 participating nonprofits, which are categorized into ten cause areas that include animals, arts and culture, community improvement, education, environment, health, housing, hunger, social services and youth development. And every gift stays local, because each of the participating nonprofits serves Clark, Cowlitz or Skamania Counties in some way.