SRS employees spend a day off working for the community

More than 85 employees from the Savannah River Site M&O contractor Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, LLC (SRNS) volunteered to work on their day off at six United Way agencies located throughout the greater Augusta, Ga., area as part of this year’s Project SERVE.

Dan Armstrong of SRNS said most of the United Way agencies supported by this effort have limited budgets to support programs and even smaller amounts of funding dedicated to lawn care and building maintenance.

Tasks typical of Project SERVE include clearing debris, painting, repairing flooring, putting up dry wall, building wheel chair ramps, installing smoke detectors, fixing faulty plumbing and yard work. Other 2014 Project SERVE teams worked at locations including the Easter Seals facility, Kroc Center, Heritage Academy and Senior Citizens Center Council. 

About the photo: Employees of SRS M&O contractor Savannah River Nuclear Solutions help spruce up Heritage Academy in Augusta, Ga.

SRS employees spend a day off working for the community

May 13, 2014 at 9:00 am