We are conscientious of the impact that our work has on the environment, and continue to explore new systems and technologies that can help us reduce our ecological footprint. We help our customers do the same by recommending clean, efficient, and effective solutions on all of our projects.
"We are dedicated to supporting the communities where we live, work and conduct business. Through our employees and the MRC Foundation we are able to give back to communities around the globe." Andy Lane, MRC Chairman, President & CEO
The MRC Foundation
As part of our commitment to one of our core values, community involvement, we organized the MRC Foundation. We set up this Foundation for the purpose of making donations in our communities for charitable causes, including education, health and human services, arts and humanities and civic projects.
MRC Participates in the 2013 COP Rodeo Run
MRC employees and their families joined 15,000 other runners to raise $400,000 for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo (HLSR) Educational Fund as part of the 26th annual ConocoPhillips Rodeo Run. Sponsorship’s, like MRC’s, allow all entry fees to go directly to providing college scholarships to Texas college students.
MRC is proud to be a Gold Spur Sponsor of such a worthwhile event.
MRC Donates 79,690 Pounds of Food to Local Communities
As a company MRC donated 79,690 lbs (36,147kilograms) of food to local communities around the world as part of the 2012 MRC Cares Global Food Drive, more than double the 2011 total of 28,847 pounds. According to one food bank, the total 2012 donation is enough to provide 159, 379 meals.
The MRC Cares Global Food Drive is an annual event focused on making real contributions to the communities MRC operates in. During the month of November, all of MRC’s 410+ global service locations are encouraged to host a food drive for the benefit of their local food bank or pantry.
“Our people went above and beyond and made a real difference in their community during this year’s food drive,” Andrew R. Lane, MRC Chairman, President and CEO said. “I am honored to be part of a company filled with such compassionate and generous people.”
||The MRC team in Louisville, KY poses with their donation to Shively Area Ministries.
Seated (L-R): Gary Swan, Alice Anderson
Standing (L-R): Jeremy Pate, Brandon Russell, Chris Gering, Becky Parsons, Terri Edwards, Mike Werling, Dave Russell Not Pictured: Mike Pile, Keith Pile, Tami Hardebeck, Dan Ashby, Steve Milliner, Ronnie Huff, Lloyd Weber
MRC Transmark Donates Sunshine Coach
A Variety Sunshine Coach has been presented to Hob Moor Oaks School, which is part of the Hob Moor Federation, Acomb, York by MRC Transmark. The company is a huge supporter of Variety and has sponsored several Sunshine Coaches nationally. Hob Moor Oaks is a special needs primary school and caters for 67 children from ages 2-11 years who have a range of disabilities including profound and multiple learning difficulties, autism and severe physical disabilities.
The specially designed Variety Sunshine Coach presented to Hob Moor has a wheelchair lift and will be used to aid outings into the community on day and residential trips.
“The new Variety Sunshine Coach is a welcome replacement for our two existing Sunshine Coaches which have done sterling work,” the school’s principle, Angela Shaw, said. “Its arrival will enable us to continue to provide our pupils with life enhancing opportunities.”
||(L-R): Ian Leach, chairman of the Yorkshire committee of Variety, Hob Moor Oaks school principal Angela Shaw, Neil Wagstaff, managing director of MRC Transmark, Variety Yorkshire committee member, Frazer Hines, Bernie Newmarch, Variety Golf society and Variety Yorkshire committee member, Alvin Jacobs.