SRP employee helps woman find missing grandson
Kyle Denley is used to finding things. As an Underground Facilities Locator at SRP, it’s his job.
But while working last month in Gilbert, Denley located more than just SRP’s underground lines. He helped find a missing child.
3 employees share their love for calculators, chemistry kits and new challenges
Nevida Jack remembers exactly how she spent her summer break when she was 8 years old.
“My older cousins would give me algebra problems and I would solve them on the chalkboard at home,” Jack, Operations Planning Manager, said with a laugh. “What can I say? I’ve always loved math formulae.”
AZ Business Magazine recently included five SRP employees in its list of 20 influential millennials working in Arizona. Below they share more about who and what motivates them to succeed.
SRP to plant thousands of trees to celebrate Cardinals’ 51 TDs
Thanks to the Arizona Cardinals scoring 51 touchdowns this football season, Salt River Project will plant 5,100 trees to help restore National Forests in Arizona destroyed by fire.
For the past four seasons, SRP has pledged to fund the planting of 100 Ponderosa Pine trees for every Cardinals’ touchdown scored during regular season play to help bring awareness to its Trees for Change program.