Simpson Strong-Tie Aids Recovery from California Wildfires
Pleasanton, Calif. — Simpson Strong-Tie, the leader in engineered structural connectors and building solutions, donated $10,000 to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund to assist with relief efforts for communities affected by the wildfires in Northern and Southern California.
Both ends of the state have experienced massive devastation from the blazes. The Camp Fire that began in Butte County has claimed the lives of at least 79 people, with more than 600 individuals still reported as missing. The Woolsey Fire in Ventura County has caused three deaths, and more than 9,000 homes and other structures have been destroyed.
“Along with so many others, employees at our headquarters in Northern California and at our Riverside manufacturing facility in Southern California have been directly affected by the fires,” said Simpson Strong-Tie Chief Operating Officer Ricardo Arevalo. “Our thoughts go out to everyone as the work to contain these blazes continues.”
To make a contribution and aid in disaster recovery efforts through the American Red Cross, visit redcross.org or send a donation to your local Red Cross chapter.
About Simpson Strong-Tie Company Inc.
For more than 60 years, Simpson Strong-Tie has dedicated itself to creating structural products that help people build safer, stronger homes and buildings. Considered an industry leader in structural systems research, testing and innovation, Simpson Strong-Tie works closely with construction professionals to provide code-listed, field-tested products and value-engineered solutions. Our engineered structural products and systems are recognized for helping structures resist high winds, hurricanes and seismic forces. They include structural connectors, fasteners, fastening systems, lateral-force-resisting systems, anchors and product solutions for repairing, protecting and strengthening concrete. From product development and testing to training and engineering and field support, Simpson Strong-Tie is committed to helping customers succeed. For more information, visit strongtie.com and follow us on facebook.com/strongtie, twitter.com/strongtie, YouTube and LinkedIn.