At Pan-Pacific it’s all about the team. Our employees are energetic and passionate at work and at play. Together, we enjoy department and company-wide events such as:
In addition to our charitable work, we also strive to support the communities we work in by hiring local workers and supporting the local economy. On projects that require local or diverse hiring percentages, Pan-Pacific consistently exceeds the target goals.
Pan-Pacific takes pride in sponsoring local little league teams, schools and family-oriented events as well as getting involved in charities important to our staff and to our clients. Additionally, our employees are excited about our hands-on service opportunities and enjoy giving back.
Pan-Pacific is committed to being partners with the clients we work for and the communities we work in. From canned food drives, Christmas toy drives and volunteer hours to financial contributions to local and national causes, Pan-Pacific has made a concerted effort to give back to those in need. Some of the causes we have supported over the years include:
Pan-Pacific employees had the privilege of traveling to Cicau Village, West Java, Indonesia to partner with International Community Plumbing Challenge (ICPC) to improve the hygienic standards at a local elementary school with updated and expanded the restroom facilities.
PPM’s Chris Macias and Mark Hensley used the plans created in Phase 1 by Pan-Pacific’s BIM Lead, Anthony Flores, to tie in the water available from the street to a new system. They installed two new water tanks, a water line along the building from the tanks to the bathrooms and new hand washing stations for the school.
“Our mission was to design a cost-efficient, feasible solution that could be implemented in a short amount of time. Students were using dirty water from a pond behind the school that was being contaminated by manure from a nearby farm. There were only two toilets for the 300 students, one for the female students and one for the male students and the toilets were in very poor condition, unsanitary and deteriorating. The kids had no potable water to drink, which forced them to rely solely on soda and sugary drinks that ultimately lead to tooth decay and oral problems.”