Part of the Community Navigator Pilot Program's strength lies in its connectivity among Southern Colorado. We're glad to feature groups and businesses who've engaged with us as we try to reach new audiences!
3 Rocks Engineering offers civil and structural engineering expertise in Cañon City, Colorado for the successful development of new projects as well as the preservation of current infrastructure and neighboring communities. Their team regularly creates plans for new residential and commercial developments, designs foundations and framing, conducts structural inspections, and designs OWTS (Septic Systems).
“3 Rocks was started because we saw that our region was underserved and would benefit from local expertise,” said founder, Alex Ewers. “We also love where we get to live, work, and play.”
When dealing with day-to-day work, 3 Rocks says faith comes first. Ewers tells us that, “Our goal is to love God and to love people.” They put in a lot of effort not only to help their neighbors but also so they can donate 20% of their earnings to causes they believe in (in addition to the 20% employee profit-sharing).
“Whether you’re hiring us or just living in the community we’re doing work in, our goal is to serve you,” voiced Ewers. “We are creative in our designs to help balance client expectations, regulations, and physics and we strongly believe in doing things the right way.”
To provide their personnel with special training opportunities that will develop design and drafting abilities, 3 Rocks is collaborating with Community Navigator. This will make it possible to produce designs of a higher caliber.
This business is careful to look after its customers, but it also remembers its staff. They have a full schedule that includes challenging work as well as enjoyable team-building activities like whitewater rafting, mountain biking, paid volunteer hours for each employee, and even weekly paper airplane competitions.
Note: Community Navigator resources are specific to small business and small business serving nonprofits. Meanwhile, program partnerships and connections are cross sector to reach a broader spectrum of small business clients.