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Community We believe there is
strength in unity

surrey has been instrumental to our growth and success

Our Strategy

H.Y. Engineering and H.Y. Surveying constantly look for ways to give back to the community. Our community reciprocation strategy begins with establishing positive working relationships with locally owned and operated businesses. By involving these businesses in our land development and civil infrastructure projects, the project team is strengthened by a common interest in the progressive development of the City and in the maintenance of the local economy.

We also support various charitable organizations with donations and sponsorships. As of 2022, H.Y. has also assembled a company Volunteer Committee. Our team meets regularly to discuss initiatives that requires a group of volunteers to help.

H.Y. is looking for new donation, sponsorship, and volunteering opportunities.

If your organization would like to be considered, please contact:

Autism Awareness

The H.Y. Volunteer Committee registered for a walk to raise funds for the mission of Autism Speaks Canada – to increase understanding, acceptance, and inclusion of people with autism spectrum disorder, advance innovative research, and make connections to lifelong services and supports for the autism community.

Surrey Food Bank

H.Y. Engineering held their annual School Supplies BBQ to support the Surrey Food Bank. 

To say it was a success is huge understatement. It was amazing! Thank you to all Staff and the Partnership group who contributed towards this great initiative, way to go Team!

Surrey Adopt-A-Street

H.Y. Engineering and H.Y. Surveying has made a two-year commitment to help clean the streets where our office is located. We wish to contribute to the appearance of our community by making a significant positive effect on the environment.

Surrey Special Track Meet

H.Y. Engineering and H.Y. Surveying is proud to have been one of the sponsors of the Surrey Secondary Schools Special Track Meet, which took place at the South Surrey Athletics Park. Over 300 students with special needs from 21 Surrey high schools took part in various track events.