Wright Engineers is proud to have donated all structural engineering services for the Village on the 13th Tiny Homes, a tiny home community located near downtown Phoenix that will provide affordable, sustainable housing and a supportive community for veterans, the disabled or mentally ill, and the chronically homeless.
True expressions of “Thanks” resonated from both the recipients and contributors of a recent service project that was sponsored by Wright Engineers. Heather Johnson, Structural CAD Designer, spearheaded a plan to provide hygiene kits, food, and clothing for the homeless of Las Vegas. Rounding up a willing and excited group of volunteers from Wright’s finest… More
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has organized teams of specialists including engineers who can respond quickly to disasters such as floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, and terrorist attacks. A number of Wright Engineers’ staff have been among the volunteer structural specialists on the Las Vegas FEMA response team, Nevada Task Force One. Structural specialist volunteers have… More
Harsh winter floods severely damaged a footbridge across Fossil Creek that provides access to a popular hiking trail in the Santiago Oaks Regional Park of Orange County, California. The bridge was stripped of its protective railings and much of the original walkway, leaving a dangerous drop to the water below. Wright’s Irvine staff responded quickly… More
Wright Engineers and sister company Wright Custom Home were asked by ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition to join them in building a new home for a Las Vegas family with two young daughters diagnosed with an immune system disease and living in a dilapidated home that was threatening their lives. With the help of… More
Wright Engineers has donated over $110,000 in civil, structural and MEP engineering services for the renovation and expansion of Three Square, a community food bank dedicated to ending hunger. Three Square renovated its facility and expanded into the 70,000 square foot building next door in order to meet the growing need for its services. Three… More
Hosted by the Associated General Contractors (AGC), the annual Operation Desert Cleanup is an event that allows companies to help keep the Las Vegas Valley tidy. This year’s project was a 20-acre parcel of land at the intersection of Pyle and Spencer in Henderson. On a Saturday morning, several members of Team Wright accompanied by… More
Team Wright’s “Ninjaneers” raced up all 1,455 steps to the 108th floor of the Stratosphere Tower to help raise funds to support the American Lung Association. The annual Fight For Air climb at the Stratosphere Tower is billed as one of the world’s premiere climbing events and attracts climbers from around the world. Thanks to… More
Wright Engineers teamed up with Robert Kubicek Architects to help build a giant-sized sculpture of a garden gnome created entirely out of cans of food as part of the CANstruction competition held in Phoenix. RKAA provided the creative design titles “Guard”ening Against Hunger and they, Wright Engineers, and others donated cans, materials, and labor to… More
Lifeguard Ben Carlson died on July 6, 2014 while attempting to rescue a swimmer. The nine foot tall stainless steel statue is a tribute to Ben’s heroism, and a symbol of respect to lifeguards everywhere. Wright Engineers was honored to donate structural engineering services.