W&A Cares

We care about our employees. We care about their families. We care about our communities.


Our Commitment to Corporate Citizenship

Corporate Citizenship is a recognition that businesses have responsibilities to both the communities in which they operate as well as to their employees and stakeholders. We at W&A Engineering are committed to Building Better Communities. That commitment applies to the work we do for our clients; it applies to the work environment we create for our employees; and it applies to the larger impact we believe our firm and its employees can have on our communities.

Since establishing the company in 1999, President & CEO Jon Williams has worked to fulfill his passion to give back to the community. “I’m focused on how to make W&A the best possible company for its employees, and not just a great place to work but a great place to serve, as well.”

Employee Spotlight

May 2019

Scott Poag, W&A’s Director of Business Development since 2017, has been involved in economic development in the southeast for almost 10 years. During that time he has announced over $1,600,000,000 in new capital investments and over 6,800 net new jobs in the communities he has served. He was named as a 40 Under 40 Rising Star in Economic Development by Development Counselors International and currently serves as the Southeast Regional Director for the Southern Economic Development Council and as a board member of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce.

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W&A’s Impact Grows

W&A started measuring its philanthropic impact in 2016. Represented here is the collective impact of W&A and its staff on our communities to date, and counting.

W&A’s collective impact grew by over 500 hours and $50,000 in the 1st quarter of 2019. Impact hours come from the work of our dedicated employees with W&A’s Community Partners and Charities of Choice, the Firefly Trail communities, and personal charitable commitments.