Recent Office News & Press

Office Highlights

  • December 21, 2023 | Giving Back

    Thank you to our team members for their donations to the Redwood City/San Mateo County Holiday Toy and Book Drive.

  • May 5, 2023 | Awards & Accolades

    BEST PLACES TO WORK! Based on employee responses to an independent questionnaire, W. L. Butler ranked #20 out of 30 midsize businesses with 100-199 employees in the region.

  • March 1, 2023 | Giving Back

    W. L. Butler is a proud supporter of the annual Sequoia Awards; which rewards high school students for their outstanding volunteer work within the community. In 2023, W. L. Butler sponsored a Sequoia Awards scholarship for Ryan Consani of Carlmont High School. Ryan was one of the recipients of this year’s “Outstanding Student Award.”

  • February 28, 2023 | Fun at Work

    Our Diversity and Inclusion Group held a field trip today to the Domini Hoskins pop-up museum in Downtown Redwood City, which has been open to the public for #BlackHistoryMonth. The 20k SF retail space was filled with founder Carolyn Hoskins’ personal collection.

  • February 13, 2023 | Recruiting

    Thank you to our stellar recruiting team for a great time at the 2023 ASC Competition!

  • August 4, 2022 | Summer Interns

    It’s that time of year when we must bid farewell to our Summer Interns. They joined their mentors at Topgolf this week to celebrate all of their hard work. This was an exciting achievement as it was our first fully in-person internship program since COVID.

  • June 29, 2022 | Giving Back

    Another library renovation collaboration with AbbVie and Heart of America unveiled this week at Roosevelt Elementary in Redwood City. The existing library received a complete facelift with light demo, freshly painted walls, graphics, flooring, shelving and furnishings.

  • April 28, 2022 | Giving Back

    Another Good Tidings Foundation collaboration unveiled in San Francisco! We renovated the existing the Boy & Girls Club gymnasium at Hunters Point to provide a state-of-the art Willie Mays branded facility, complete with a new energy efficient window system at the north end of the building, as well as insulating the stud wall bays, furring with plywood, upgraded lighting, and painting throughout. The Warriors played on this same 1960’s flooring at the Cow Palace.

  • March 31, 2022 | Giving Back

    The first of 150 “Little Town Libraries” was unveiled at Franklin Elementary in effort to encourage book sharing and childhood literacy in under-resourced parts of Oakland. W. L. Butler is honored to be a part of the construction of these four initial mini libraries in partnership with Stephen and Ayesha Curry’s Eat. Learn. Play. and the Good Tidings Foundation.