by Roeslein Roeslein

On Saturday, June 11, Roeslein employees and their families gathered to play in the 6th Annual Civil Giving Wiffle Ball tournament. Put on by Civil Design Inc.’s charitable initiative, Civil Giving, the event raised $17,470 that will directly benefit the afterschool and summer programs at the Soulard and Dutchtown campuses of Gene Slay’s Boys & Girls Club. 

Roeslein organized two teams to play in the tournament and donated cases of canned water from Canned Water 4 Kids. Co-Chair of the Roeslein Way’s Wellness Committee, Madeline Hammel, spearheaded Roeslein’s participation in the event.  Roeslein participates in charity wiffle ball tournament

“Roeslein had a great time participating in the tournament this year, with one of our teams making it to the semi-finals,” said Madeline. “It’s fun meeting people from other companies and getting to know coworkers outside of work. We were excited to donate the CW4k aluminum water bottles this year & look forward to coming back to win it all next year!” 

Gene Slay’s Boys & Girls Club aims to improve the lives of under-resourced and underserved youth by equipping them with the skills they need to make good choices and achieve long-term stability and success. For more information or to donate directly to the organization, please visit Support – Gene Slay’s Girls & Boy’s Club Of St. Louis ( 

This donation was made possible by The Roeslein Way. The Roeslein Way program enables employees to benefit others and challenge each other on how they contribute to making their communities a better place to work and live. Roeslein encourages all employees to volunteer their time to local community service efforts. Employees have opportunities to volunteer as a group to impact surrounding communities while building valuable coworker relationships positively. For more information, visit The Roeslein Way – Roeslein & Associates, Inc.  

Roeslein & Associates was founded in 1990 and is a turnkey solution provider with over 30 years of industry-leading experience, starting in the canmaking sector and expanding its footprint through the oil & gas and renewable energy markets. With over 650 million in annual revenue, Roeslein is regionally situated to provide a prefabricated and preassembled project approach for any industry. Its 1300+ employees are spread across North America, Europe, and Asia. To find out more, please visit