This Spring, the Redland office stepped away from our workstations and headed over to Project Angel Heart to give back to our community.
This Fall, the Redland office got away from our workstations and went over to Project Angel Heart to give back to our community.
As proud supporters of 4H, the Redland team put on their cowboy boots and hats for the annual Douglas County Cowboy After Hours event, benefiting kids in 4H and Future Farmers of America through a junior livestock auction.
Redland celebrated with other Food For Thought volunteers and staff as they kicked off the summer, capping off another successful school year.
This Spring, the Redland team took a break from our usual landscape architecture, land planning, and civil engineering services to lend a hand in our community.
This month, the associates at Redland took a break from our usual civil engineering and land planning services to lend a hand in our community.
Each year, Redland partakes with Cowboy After Hours, a consortium formed to contribute to the 4-H community at the Douglas County Junior Livestock Sale.
On May 5, 2016, twenty-one Redland employees built a planter bed/wall for the Carl Sandburg Elementary School in Littleton.
The Shiloh House, a Family Resource Pavilion, is a new collaborative effort between nine entities in Douglas County and Arapahoe County dedicated to providing services to troubled youth and families.
We all became Buddy the Elf for a day. Redland volunteered with the Habitat for Humanity Re-Store in Littleton. We helped Re-Store prepare for the Holiday Season by organizing gifts, wrapping paper, decorations, and Christmas trees. We all felt the true meaning of Christmas by giving back to others.