Our Community

M3 Construction invests its time in the community and its expertise to improve the quality of people’s lives.  

Adaptive Adventures

In June 2015, the M3 Construction team volunteered for two days at Stars of Tomorrow sports camp sponsored by Adaptive Adventures.  Adaptive Adventures provides progressive outdoor sports opportunities to improve quality of life for children, adults and veterans with physical disabilities and their families.

The camp took place at Sloan’s Lake in Denver and volunteers from M3 Construction participated with children between 6 and 18 years years of age in kayaking, paddleboarding, water skiing, wakeboarding, cycling and climbing in addition to field sports and arts and crafts.  You can learn more about Adaptive Adventures at http://adaptiveadventures.org/

Engineers Without Borders

M3 Construction Engineer Josh Armstrong works with EWB. As a student at the University of Colorado, he designed irrigation projects for an orphanage in Rwanda and assisted with a business plan for the orphanage for a pineapple drying enterprise. Since October 2014, he has been a mentor to an EWB Student Chapter at CU that is continuing to work in Rwanda and has traveled to Peru twice to conduct monitoring and evaluation for municipal sanitation projects.

Adaptive Adventures "Stars of Tomorrow" Sports Camp.

Josh Armstrong in Peru working on sanitation projects.