Our world is changing faster than at any other time. The world’s population is increasing dramatically. Climate change is touching all corners of our planet. And our natural resources are dwindling.
By 2055, three quarters of us will live in cities, putting infrastructure and transport systems under extreme pressure.
So how will our built environment cope?
It’s a question Atkins is working hard to answer. As one of the world’s leading design, engineering and project management consultancies, we’re helping to create a world where lives are enriched through the implementation of our ideas.
Now it’s your turn to help us.
Explore the opportunities and discover why you should be joining us as we lead the world into the future. We look forward to welcoming you.
Throughout our history, Atkins’ corporate culture has encouraged the passion of individual employees to serve their local communities.
The Atkins Foundation, Inc., was established in 2006 as a means of evolving, elevating, and focusing our philanthropic efforts in North America. Local community agencies, schools, charities and universities throughout the U.S. have benefited from Foundation grants.
Through our 501(c) (3) foundation, we support education initiatives, public programs that support those affected by natural and human-made disasters, and the interests and welfare of other public charities championed by our employees.
Recent organizations that received (or receiving) Foundation grants include:
Adventures in Engineering, Girl Scout Council of Tropical Florida
· Architecture Construction & Engineering Mentor of Greater Tampa Bay, Florida
· ASCE Alfred R. Golze Scholarship Fund, California
· ASCE University of South Florida Southeast Student Conference, Florida
· Conference of Minority Transportation Officials National Scholars Committee, District of Columbia
· FIRST Robotics, James Madison High School, Virginia
· G3 Grady Robotics Team, Georgia
· Girls Exploring Science, Technology, Engineering & Math, Colorado
· Texas Colorado River Rolling Exhibit, Friends of Colorado River Foundation, Colorado
· Transportation Engineers of the Future Program, Georgia