American Structurepoint prides itself in actively participating in the community. We feel it is important to give back to communities that have helped us be successful over the years. Throughout the year, our staff consistently volunteers their time. We understand the importance of giving year round as there is a continuous need for help.
“We do great engineering and architectural and scientific work, and we do great humanitarian work as well.” – Michele Collins, American Structurepoint
We are actively involved with Janus Development Center (http://www.janus-inc.org), a company that provides local individuals with disabilities the opportunity to participate and contribute to their community. This center has had a growing demand for more space, and American Structurepoint wanted to help. Our architects donated time and resources to develop a new master plan for the non-profit organization to efficiently utilize their space. With our help, Janus Development Center can accommodate more clients and activities.
“The more people that we can ally onto our team to help all of us move forward, the better off we’ll all be for it.” – Brandon Hoopingarner, American Structurepoint
American Structurepoint employees also donated their time to work with Elder Heart and Mission 22. These two groups collaborated on a memorial for the 22 military suicides that occur each day. Mission 22 is designed to raise awareness and support for the veterans around the nation. We worked with Elder Heart by providing renderings of a memorial that could be implemented throughout the US. Currently, one statue has been produced.
“One of the things that has always excited me about American Structurepoint was not only the competence level of the people, but their involvement in the community and wanting to give something back.” – Ted Willer, Raymond James & Associates
Not only do we help Elder Heart and Janus Development, but we serve other organizations including Gleaners Food Bank, Fuller Center, Meals on Wheels, Dream Alive, and many more. Recently, Seth Maxwell with The Thirst Project visited our office to brief us over the nonprofit organization providing fresh water wells in impoverished countries.We have already sponsored three wells in Africa. With the help of The Thirst Project, we are able to help hundreds of people receive access to clean water.
To learn more about our community service efforts, click here.