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Savannah River Mission Completion Employees Give Back During United Way Project Serve

AIKEN, S.C. (August 24, 2022) — Savannah River Mission Completion (SRMC) employees recently volunteered their time and talent in support of the United Way of the CSRA’s Project Serve Day.


On August 19, 2022, a group of SRMC engineers served alongside various volunteers in Augusta, Ga., to complete needed maintenance, care, and repair for United Way non-profit partner agencies as part of Project Serve. The SRMC group volunteered at Family Promise of Augusta, an agency that empowers homeless and low-income families to achieve sustainable independence through community response.


Led by 18-year United Way volunteer Keisha Martin, who works in SRMC Tank Farm Facility Engineering, the volunteers performed housekeeping activities, staged furniture, and landscaped the grounds at one of the Family Promise of Augusta transitional homes.


“Participating in the United Way of the CSRA’s Project Serve Day gave my co-workers and me a chance to connect outside of work and improve working relationships,” Martin said. “It is humbling to know that a small team of selfless individuals can come together to make a lasting impact on an organization that is making big impacts in our community.”


SRMC employees give their time, talent, and treasure in support of local United Way agencies. In addition to community service events, the 2022 SRMC Employee United Way fundraising campaign is underway.


SRMC comprises parent company BWX Technologies, Inc. with partners Amentum and Fluor. Its team brings the capabilities necessary to accelerate cleanup at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Savannah River Site through safe nuclear operations, optimized and integrated mission execution, and strong corporate governance.


Savannah River Mission Completion employees recently volunteered their time and talent in support of the United Way of the CSRA’s Project Serve Day. From left: Keisha Martin, Azikiwe Hooker, Azi Samadi-Dezfouli, Christy Baker, Shelby Peterson, and Matt Moore.