Swinerton's community involvement is directly linked with our core values and strategy. We are committed to strategically focusing our "giving back" to align with business goals, while offering purpose-filled opportunities for our employees to develop skills and network.

The Swinerton Foundation

The Swinerton Foundation helps build sustainable cities and neighborhoods by partnering with community-focused non-profit organizations to support health, social services, cultural, education, and environmental programs that benefit all members of the community. The Swinerton Foundation also serves as a catalyst to encourage and expand the philanthropic endeavors of Swinerton Incorporated and its affiliates’ employees.

You can read more about the Foundation’s focus areas, as well as the Foundation’s signature programs and grant making policy on The Swinerton Foundation website.

Swinerton Cares

At Swinerton, we encourage our employees to give and volunteer their time to non-profit organizations through Swinerton Cares. Sponsored by The Swinerton Foundation, Swinerton Cares is a workplace giving and employee engagement program which helps employees increase the charitable impact of their volunteerism and doubles their donations to charity. Swinerton employees can click here to access the giving portal.

Community Outreach 

We recognize that equal opportunity leads to stronger communities, a more capable workforce, and better business. Swinerton is proud to establish a higher standard of excellence for the construction industry with outreach programs to local small and historically disadvantaged businesses, including those operated by women, minorities, and disabled veterans. Our goal to award at least 20% of subcontracting and supplier volume to these valued partners is proudly maintained across all divisions.

Interested in working with Swinerton? Check out our Subcontractor page.

“[Swinerton’s] ongoing commitment to our organization has been exceptional, devoting time and talent toward making the world a better place for people with disabilities.” -Jeff Nomura, Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center Executive Director