Swanson Rink Donates $25k to CU Boulder College of Engineering
Swanson Rink, a 74-year-old consulting engineering firm based in Denver, continues its philanthropic efforts with a $25,000 scholarship donation to the CU Boulder College of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
This is the third endowment fund to CU Boulder from Swanson Rink. “Investing in the engineering talent pipeline is critical to the success of our firm and the engineering industry,” said Swanson Rink President Gary Orazio.
“Having an industry partner who understands the importance of developing future engineers and investing in their success aligns with our college value of educating leaders,” said Dean Keith Molenaar. “When we can remove financial stress from our students, we open pathways for them to achieve their potential. I’m grateful to Swanson Rink for their support of our students – both the ones who are here today, as well as the ones who will matriculate for decades to come.”
Based in Denver since 1949, Swanson Rink has grown to become a top consulting firm as ranked by ENR Magazine for both aviation and data center engineering design services. The company is a recognized market leader in data center engineering, designing the power and cooling to ensure seamless data center operations supporting the global digital infrastructure. The firm has worked for some of the largest hyperscale data center clients in the U.S. The firm has also created a niche market providing design for some of the world’s largest and most iconic airports. Swanson Rink has provided baggage handling design at more than 60 airports around the world.