Erdman Anthony employees are actively involved in the communities where they live and work. We dedicate countless volunteer hours and financial support to nonprofit and civic organizations that matter to us as individuals and as a company.

Our recent civic involvement includes:

 

                                 
         
Clean Sweep,
Rochester, NY


Erdman Anthony participated in the annual City of Rochester Clean Sweep, visiting the office’s nearby ABC Streets neighborhood to tidy up for spring.
  Front Park Playground,
Buffalo, NY


Erdman Anthony remulched the playground at the Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy site, which is adjacent to the Peace Bridge and is where the firm was previously part of completing the Gateway Connections Improvement Project.
  YMCA Camp Kon-O-Kwee Spencer, Pittsburgh, PA

Adam Sam and Chris Robinson, who work at Erdman Anthony’s Pittsburgh office and belong to the ASCE Younger Member Forum, installed a new pile support to fix a failing footbridge at the camp. The project was part of the ASCE group’s outreach efforts.

Our civic involvement includes supporting:
STEM, Youth and Education     Health and Wellness Awareness     Community Improvement     Friends and Neighbors
ACEC/PA Scholarship Fund                    American Heart Association                    Adopt-a-Highway Program                    J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge
Carnegie Science Center          American Red Cross          Canstruction          Open Door Mission, Inc.
Future City Competition     Movember     City of Rochester Clean Sweep     Salvation Army
The ACE Mentor Program of America, Inc.          St. Catherine's Center for Children          Flower City Habitat for Humanity          Special Olympics Pennsylvania
YouthWorks     Tour de Cure     United Way     Various church organizations
MATHCOUNTS     Warrior Walk         Various school organizations
    Wounded Warrior Project         Various youth athletic associations
            YMCA of Greater Rochester
            The Ronald McDonald House