(York, PA) Wagman, Inc. sponsored its first “Can”struction contest. Offices and jobsites were broken into teams and invited to collect goods for local food banks. On the final day, teams had an hour and a half to “sculpt” the donations into sculptures. The engineers, creators and contractors prided themselves at delivering their projects “on time, on schedule and under budget”.
Photos of the “can”struction sculptures were featured on Facebook and on the company intranet and people were invited to vote for their favorite sculpture. “The Bridge”, built by a team from Wagman’s Dinwiddie, VA office was the winner. The prize was a certificate and $250 to designate to a non-profit of their choice. “The Stadium” built by a team at Wagman’s downtown York, PA office was second place. Their prize was a certificate and $100 to designate to a non-profit of their choice.
Wagman’s York, PA Offices collected 1,060 pounds of food which were donated to Bell Socialization Services, Inc.
Wagman’s Berryville, VA Office collected 170 pounds of food which were donated to FISH of Clarke County.
Wagman’s Dinwiddie, VA Office collected 239 pounds of food which were donated to Dinwiddie Co. Relief Program.
Lisa Wagman Glezer, Vice President of Communications added, “The enthusiasm and engagement was contagious and inspiring. This was our largest food drive and our largest social media campaign to date. We are proud to support our community food banks and raise awareness at the same time.”
Wagman, Inc. is a multi-faceted construction firm with major operations in heavy civil construction, full service general contracting, and geotechnical construction services. Founded in 1902, Wagman is a fourth generation, family-owned company with offices in Pennsylvania and Virginia and is headquartered in York, PA. Wagman has been consistently ranked among the Best Places to Work in PA. For more information about Wagman, please visit www.wagman.com.