Click Principals and employees have contributed often to the public sector through charity or other donations of time and expertise. Some of the organizations we have supported with pro-bono consulting are listed below.


The Real Estate Council Technical Assistance Committee (TAC)

The TAC is a comittee within the TREC organization made up of members that provide pro-bono consulting assistance to organizations in need. www.recouncil.com

Builders Of Hope CDC

The Builders of Hope provide affordable housing alternatives to less fortunate West Dallas residents. www.buildersofhopecdc.com

BC Workshop

Through BC Workshop, a Dallas based non-profit community design center, and TREC, Click Engineering has provided structural engineering oversight and consulting on numerous award winning charity projects.  (All pictures courtesy and copyright of BC Workshop) www.bcworkshop.org

The Cottages at Hickory Crossing

Positioned at the gateway to downtown Dallas, The Cottages at Hickory Crossing will provide an innovative union of permanent housing and support services for the fifty most chronic cases of homelessness in Dallas.  This project has won a 2017 Built Design Award from the AIA Dallas Chapter.


Congo Street Initiative

The project involved the revitalization of an entire block of housing for less fortunate East Dallas residents on "Congo" Street. New houses were designed and built to achieve LEED Platinum level.


Dolphin Heights Neighborhood

BC Workshop provided design of several single family residences for the revitalization of the Dallas Dolphin Heights Neighborhood. Click Engineering provided pro-bono structural consulting and oversight.


Jubilee Senior Housing

BC Workshop provided architectural services for the design of 11 senior living homes next to Jubilee park in Southeast Dallas for the underprivileged elderly residents. Click Engineering provided structural engineering consulting services.


Via Dolorosa museum of biblical art garden

Via Dolorosa is a landmark sculpture garden in North Dallas with 15 life-size bronze statues by the late artist Gib Singleton, which depicts the passion and resurrection of Jesus. The sculpture garden project came nearly a decade after the museum was nearly destroyed by an electrical fire. Click Engineering provided structural engineering consulting services for this project.