Life at CMT Social Activities

CMT is committed to giving back to the communities where we live and work. In this ongoing blog series, we’re proud to showcase the firm’s involvement in our local communities across CMT’s geographic footprint.

Feed My Starving Children – Aurora, IL

CMTers in our Aurora, IL, office enjoyed packing meals with Feed My Starving Children.

Second Helpings – Indianapolis, IN

Team members from our Indy office volunteered with a local nonprofit, Second Helpings, to combat food insecurity in the area.

Matthew 25 Ministries Day of Service – Dayton, OH

Our Dayton, OH, office volunteered with Matthew 25 Ministries, where they organized various containers of paint, unsealed and categorized the cans for recycling, and sorted pads for global disaster relief efforts. Go team!

Engineers Without Borders Trivia Night – St. Louis, MO

CMT proudly sponsored a table at the Engineers Without Borders Gateway Professional Chapter’s trivia night, supporting their water distribution project in Nicaragua. CMT’s Nathan Murphy, Vice President of EWB – St. Louis Chapter for 2024, recently traveled to El Ventarrón, Nicaragua, where he assessed the community’s urgent water needs.

Annual Charity Donation – Indianapolis, IN

CMT’s Indianapolis office participated in their annual charity donation for organizations in Marion County to combat hunger and homelessness in the community. Way to go, Indy office!

Shrimp Bingo Fundraiser – kansas city, mo

CMT was happy to support the annual Engineer’s Club of Kansas City’s Shrimp Bingo fundraiser.

Engineer in the Classroom Competition – Springfield, IL

CMT team members enjoyed working with fifth graders in Springfield, IL, to complete a project for the 2024 Engineer in the Classroom competition. Congratulations to the team for coming in second place out of 15 groups!

National Engineers Week Presentations to Students – Indianapolis, IN

CMT’s Nick Batta, PE, gave a presentation to Charlestown High School’s Project Lead the Way – Civil Engineering and Architecture class.

CMT team member Melanie Reddick went to speak with elementary students in Pendleton, IN, and demonstrated the various exciting things engineers do for their communities.

CMTer Kiyett Brown, Ph.D., visited Pike High School in Indianapolis, IN, and encouraged Black and other minority students to explore the civil engineering field.