(1888PressRelease) Mark Mulvihill is a civil engineer at Delcan and holds professional engineering designations in the provinces of Ontario and British Columbia!
Vancouver, BC; – Mark Mulvihill Delcan Engineer. Mark Mulvihill a Vancouver resident and local engineer recently donated to the Canadian Red Cross in an effort to help those affected by the earthquake and following tsunami that devastated Japan.
Mark Mulvihill, like many, upon hearing of the tragic events that took place in Japan, was determined to help. Mark Mulvihill through his work at engineering firms including at Delcan, has worked in Asia and was moved by the Japanese tragedies; a magnitude 9.0 earthquake followed by a destructive tsunami with waves measuring up to 128 feet caused massive loss of life and incomprehensible destruction to the country of Japan.
Mark Mulvihill, through his engineering work including his current role at Delcan has extensive knowledge of engineering and infrastructure, was impacted by the depth of the destruction caused by these natural disasters on multiple levels. Mark Mulvihill was moved, not only the obvious emotional effects to the people of Japan but, also by the extreme destruction to the Japanese landscape and infrastructure.
Mark Mulvihill was immediately determined to help and donated $1,000 to the Canadian Red Cross to support relief efforts. Mark Mulvihill Delcan Engineer, is also reaching out to past and current colleagues at Delcan and other firms to join him in supporting Tsunami relief effort.
The Canadian Red Cross, thanks to the generous support of many compassionate Canadians like Mark Mulvihill and similar Vancouver residents, through who’s generosity they were able to send $5 million dollars in cash to the Japanese Red Cross to support relief efforts and provide the Japanese people with emergency medical care, hospital care, psychological support as well as relief supplies such as blankets, food and basic supplies.
Mark Mulvihill is urging everyone to support the Canadian Red Cross and their ongoing effort in supporting the Japanese relief efforts. For those that would like to contribute, donations can be made at www.redcross.ca/helpnow, or at a local branch office. For more information call toll free at 1-800-418-1111.
About the Canadian Red Cross
The Canadian Red Cross is a member of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, which includes the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, the International Committee of the Red Cross and over 185 National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. Their mission is to improve the lives of vulnerable people by mobilizing the power of humanity in Canada and around the world.
About Mark Mulvihill
Mark Mulvihill is Vancouver resident, engineer at Delcan and has worked in Asia including time in Japan. Mark Mulvihill has 17 years of experience in infrastructure in government with the Ontario Ministry of Transport and in the consulting industry most recently responsible for global business development of the transportation business of a major consulting engineering company in the USA.
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