As lifelong residents of Flint, Michigan, its revitalization is of particular significance to WTS, which is a second-generation company. The majority of the owners and employees have lived and raised children in the City of Flint, so they have a direct link with the community.
WTS is eager to participate in any project that seeks to enhance urban cities by ensuring preservation and revitalization. Our philosophy is “progress by participation.” We consider ourselves contributing members of any community in which we work. We are a section-three business enterprise and as such have always provided employment to community residents. In addition, we have participated in providing training opportunities for young people to assist in this move toward economic growth and sufficiency as well as community revitalization. These programs will allow WTS to further lend support that enables residents to live comfortably and enhances the viability of our neighborhoods.
WT Stevens Construction, Inc. Guest at 2018 Congressional Black Caucasus Washington, DC.
WT Stevens will continue to advocate for access, equity, and inclusion.
- Contracts for small businesses
- Capital for growing businesses
- Basic human rights such as clean water and sanitation
- Business development resources
- Quality education
- Public policy
WT Stevens knows that our youth are our future. WT Stevens believes that all students have access to quality education and instruction, regardless of their socioeconomic status. WT Stevens continuously seeks to deepen relationships in the community that help to empower youth through access to: hands on learning, STEM, career exposure, and global citizenship.
Youth For Global Health & Social Justice
WT Stevens has partnered with Youth for Global Health and Social Justice to help to forward its mission: "TO SUPPORT YOUNG PEOPLE AS LEADERS WHO WILL WORK TO ENSURE AVAILABILITY AND SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF WATER AND SANITATION FOR OUR GLOBAL COMMUNITY, AND PROMOTE OPEN DIALOGUE ABOUT SOCIAL INJUSTICE THAT IMPACTS CLEAN WATER AND SANITATION"