Making an Impact

Making an impact in the communities we live and serve, as well as abroad, is a part of the SMA culture. Through our engineering efforts and disciplines (civil, environmental, surveying), SMA continually works toward a brighter, more sustainable future.

STEM Scholarship

The SMA STEM Scholarship program has now contributed $113,500 to 24 undergraduate students. Our team of professionals also donate time and resources to important student functions including sponsoring the New Mexico RES Conference Student Day, mentoring at the Santa Fe Indian School, mentoring students through their efforts to pursue STEM careers and even hosting several college interns each semester.

WEFTA

Water Engineers for the Americas (WEFTA) was founded in 2002 by a group of engineers, geohydrologists, and professionals at Souder, Miller and Associates. The founders of WEFTA had a desire to apply their expertise and resources to help alleviate the problem of unsafe water supplies and inadequate sanitation in the western hemisphere. We seek to improve the quality of life and health of people living in developing countries in Latin America by promoting community-based, self-help projects.

Recent #SMAImpact Projects

Navajo Nation Improved Sustainability

For nearly the past decade, SMA has worked closely with several Tribal, State and Federal agencies to make this master connection plan and realignment a reality.

Reducing Greenhouse Gases

For nearly the past decade, SMA has worked closely with several Tribal, State and Federal agencies to make this master connection plan and realignment a reality.

Protecting Groundwater

For nearly the past decade, SMA has worked closely with several Tribal, State and Federal agencies to make this master connection plan and realignment a reality.