We are here to serve and strive to be a force for good in the community. This is most evident in the support and enrichment we provide to our employees, the larger community, and the local environment. We’ve been recognized for our positive impact through a growing list of awards.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Iron Woman’s very foundation was built on a culture of giving.
Co-founder Phyllis Pendergrass Egan set an example of service and paying it forward that has become the pillar of Iron Woman’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program.
Our CSR program is built around four focus areas:
We offer employees paid time off for volunteering and donation matching programs. Recipients of corporate giving have included Habitat for Humanity, The Greenway Foundation, and Colorado Education Foundation. Employee support programs such as Women of Iron Woman and educational assistance programs ensure we are supporting our people as well as the community. Iron Woman partners with Mile High United Way to develop, execute, and continuously improve our CSR program.
Mining remediation and cleanup work are – and always have been – a big part of our mission at Iron Woman. A “sustainable tomorrow” is in our tagline very intentionally, and we have a strong culture of environmental stewardship.
“There is no doubt that construction can be environmentally destructive. We look at ways of reducing our footprint through modern construction approaches, offset options, and eco-friendly equipment.”
–Shaun Egan, Chairman and CEO