Faith Technologies Ranks in EC&M and ENR Magazine’s Top Electrical Contractors List
Menasha, Wis. (Oct. 24, 2012) – Faith Technologies, a full-service electrical and technology systems contractor, has earned the 17th spot for the second year in a row in Electrical Construction & Maintenance (EC&M) magazine’s annual Top Electrical Contractors list. It has also earned the fifth spot in Engineering News Record (ENR) Midwest magazine’s annual listing of the Top Specialty Contractors for the second year in a row, and the 39th spot in Engineering News Record (ENR) Southeast magazine’s annual listing of the Top Specialty Contractors. Nationally ENR has ranked Faith Technologies 53rd out of 600 specialty contractors in the United States. Their revenue has increased from $219 million in 2010 to $249 million in 2011.
The EC&M annual listing, ranks leading U.S. contractors based on their revenue from the previous year. Faith Technologies’ revenue of $249 million in 2011 has held its ranking at 17th for the second year.
The EC&M Top 50 Electrical Contractors listing was established in 2000 by sister publication CEE News to honor excellence in electrical contracting in the construction industry. Now in its 12th year, the Top 50 list showcases the top electrical contracting firms in the nation.
Formerly known as Midwest Construction magazine, ENR Midwest’s annual listing ranks leading Midwest specialty contractors, both publicly and privately held, based on construction contracting-specific revenue. Faith Technologies’ regional revenue of $140 million in 2011 has held its ranking to fifth place for the second year.
Formerly known as Southeast Construction magazine, ENR Southeast’s annual listing ranks leading Southeast specialty contractors, both publicly and privately held, based on construction contracting-specific revenue. Faith Technologies’ regional revenue of $22 million in 2011 raised its ranking from 70th in 2011 to 39th place in 2012.
Rankings for all ENR lists are based on self-reported results and data from the preceding fiscal year.