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Philanthropy at DCI

While DCI is proud to help build within our communities, sometimes a new building just isn’t enough. Helping change the built environment comes with a responsibility to help the people who are a part of it – as well as to the men and women who are entering the industry. In addition to DCI’s community and career mentorship work, each year our employees are able to use one paid day to volunteer for a charity of their choosing. Additionally, DCI will match up to $100 to the non-profit of choice, each year, for each employee. Check out our Careers page to learn more about these community-driven perks!

The results of philanthropy are always beyond calculation.”
--Miriam Beard

Engaging with Community

With offices in eight states and dozens of towns and cities, DCI sees community engagement as a locally focused effort – allowing our impact to go further in the places we live, work and play.


These are a few of the organizations and non-profits that our offices actively support:

  • Childhaven
  • CANstruction
  • Habitat for Humanity


  • The Block Project,
  • City of Hope
  • Second Harvest Food Bank
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • Treehouse
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Change Through STEM

In addition to supporting STEM (educating in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics), DCI Engineers is committed to changing the conversation when it comes to race and gender displacement in these career fields. -->

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Hitting the Links for Childhaven: A DCI Tradition

For nearly two decades, DCI Engineers has been supporting Childhaven, a western Washington non-profit that provides trauma care and support services for neglected and abused children. To date, our annual golf tournament has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars (and counting!). We couldn't do it without our dedicated sponsors, staff and amazing clients!

--> One big way we can make change happen is supporting our communities with their educational resources to engage more people in this industry – so that in the coming generation, the conversation is a better representation of diversity and inclusion. -->

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--> For nearly two decades, DCI has supported ACE Mentorship, an after-school program that introduces high school students to careers in engineering, architecture and construction management. One of the program’s primary goals is to prioritize engaging students and communities traditionally underrepresented in the industry.

Our Values

DCI isn’t just focused on building something tangible, but also building a culture that embraces diverse ideas, equality, and celebrates the individual stories of our employees. We believe diversity drives innovation in an environment that is designed to help employees grow.

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While DCI is proud to help build within our communities, sometimes a new building just isn’t enough. Helping change the built environment comes with a responsibility to help the people who are a part of it – as well as to the men and women who are entering the industry. Learn More

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As the AEC industry works toward greener building solutions, engineers have an unprecedented opportunity to create impactful change by way of the structure. Learn how DCI is focused on a better, more sustainable future.

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DCI is focused on building something tangible. We're looking to build a culture that embraces diverse ideas, equality, and celebrates the individual stories of our employees. Learn more.

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