WithersRavenel ranked among top engineering firms on ENR Top 500 list
The Engineering News-Record’s annual Top 500 list is out, and WithersRavenel has made the grade.
For 2022, WithersRavenel sits at No. 332 overall. The placement reflects a gain of nearly 100 spots from 2020 when WithersRavenel ranked No. 428 on the annual ENR list. Overall, total reported design revenue from the Top 500 firms was $107.1 billion, an increase for the 6th consecutive year.
It is exciting for our WithersRavenel team to again be recognized by ENR in their Top 500 Design Firms, said Jim Canfield, President and CEO. It is a testament to the abilities and leadership of all of our employee-owners and our clients who allow us to assist them with their projects and needs.”
An Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) company, WithersRavenel continues to grow its revenue and employee numbers annually. With a headquarters in Cary, our firm also has eight North Carolina branch offices in Asheville, Charlotte, Greensboro, Lumberton, Pittsboro, Raleigh, Southern Pines, and Wilmington. Our more than 350 employees provide services to public and private clients across the state and throughout the country. Core service areas include land development and planning, environmental, geomatics (including remote sensing), funding and asset management, stormwater, transportation, and utilities.
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