WithersRavenel makes ENR list of Top 500 design firms
The Engineering News-Record has released its annual list of Top 500 design firms, and WithersRavenel keeps moving up.
Our employee-owned firm advanced to the 323rd ranking in the nation in terms of total revenue for 2022, according to ENR. Overall revenue for the Top 500 engineering design firms increased for the seventh straight year to top $122.5 billion.
A multidisciplinary engineering firm, WithersRavenel is an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) company with more than 395 employees. Headquartered in Cary with seven additional offices across North Carolina, our main practice areas include Design and Planning, Land & Site Development, Environmental, Geomatics (including Remote Sensing and surveying services), Water & Sewer Utilities, Stormwater, Funding & Finance, GIS, Economic Development, Asset Management, and Transportation.
Would you like to put WithersRavenel’s professionals to work for you on a public or private project? Contact Senior Director of Business Development Ty Colwell at (919) 535-5209 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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