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Alzheimer's disease is a rapidly expanding problem that is showing no signs of slowing down in the near future. With over 5 million people are currently living with Alzheimer’s disease in America, Alzheimer’s Association  and continues the advancement of research to find a cure. Pi Architects donates to the Alzheimer’s Association to further their research efforts and services. The association goes beyond research by providing enhanced care and support for all of those affected and reducing the risk of dementia by promoting brain health.

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 Residents at SPJST enjoy fishing each year at their annual fishing tournament. Residents reminisce on times of going to the lake to fish, while telling tall tales. Pi Architects believes in the importance of this event as it allows residents to preserve the special memories of years past and create new memories of catching the biggest fish of the day. 

Residents at SPJST enjoy fishing each year at their annual fishing tournament. Residents reminisce on times of going to the lake to fish, while telling tall tales. Pi Architects believes in the importance of this event as it allows residents to preserve the special memories of years past and create new memories of catching the biggest fish of the day. 

 Pi Employee, Matthew Warrick hiked the Appalachian Trail to raise money for the Mtinko Well Project in Tanzania, Africa. The well project began a few years ago with the goal to provide clean and reliable drinking water to Mtinko Village.  The well is critical to the survival of the local village. Currently, the village uses a generator to operate the well.

Pi Employee, Matthew Warrick hiked the Appalachian Trail to raise money for the Mtinko Well Project in Tanzania, Africa. The well project began a few years ago with the goal to provide clean and reliable drinking water to Mtinko Village.  The well is critical to the survival of the local village. Currently, the village uses a generator to operate the well.

 Pi Architects is proud to sponsor the Western Oaks Swim Team in Austin, Texas.  Youth swimmers of all ages come together each summer to compete, build friendships, and build confidence in the water. Most importantly they learn important life skills such as teamwork and good sportsmanship. 

Pi Architects is proud to sponsor the Western Oaks Swim Team in Austin, Texas.  Youth swimmers of all ages come together each summer to compete, build friendships, and build confidence in the water. Most importantly they learn important life skills such as teamwork and good sportsmanship.