At Stanley Consultants, our purpose is much more than personal profit and gain. We’re committed to serving our communities and using our resources to solve the issues they face.
Social Equity & Justice at Stanley Consultants
Since our inception in 1913, we’ve been committed to improving the lives of those in the communities where we live and work. Our members are passionate about using their talents and abilities to give back, constantly reflecting on the question, “How can I serve?” We believe that a diverse, empowered membership is essential because culture, values and ethics matter.
As the challenges of our communities have continued to evolve over time, so have our efforts. Today, Stanley Consultants prioritizes sustainable solutions that can meet the demands of the future and offer a better life now and for generations to come. These are just a few of the ways our members approach social responsibility.
As an engineering firm dedicated to improving lives, our team members put that principle into action every day in their local communities. This includes everything from volunteering at schools or adopting a highway to lending skills and talents to local organizations. Even with Stanley Consultants’ global reach, changing the world for the better starts at home.
Members Giving Back
Our members contribute their time, talent and financial resources to a myriad of organizations, such as the American Cancer Society and United Way. Additionally, we actively support the engineering community through our involvement in the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), Society of American Military Engineers (SAME), American Water Works Association (AWWA) and the Water Environment Federation (WEF), among other professional organizations.
The Stanley Consultants Charitable Foundation was created in April 1982 to serve as a living example of our core values. In the years since, the Foundation has contributed over $2.5 million to charities serving international, national and local causes, as well as distributed scholarships to support students.