Apex Companies Named Top 500 Design Firm by Engineering News-Record Magazine
Apex Companies, LLC – a leading national energy, water resources and environmental consulting and engineering firm – has been named a Top 500 Design Firm by Engineering News-Record Magazine (ENR Magazine), placing No. 133 on the prestigious list for 2014.
This honor, which appears in ENR Magazine’s April 21st issue and based on 2013 revenues, is 20 spots higher than the company’s previous ranking and its highest ever. Fueled by record sales, outstanding client retention and strategic acquisitions, Apex is the sixth highest Environmental Engineering firm on the list.
“For more than 25 years we’ve provided our clients with high quality service and reduced costs through innovative processes and management,” says Peter Ceribelli, Chief Executive Officer of Apex. “This recognition is a great achievement and demonstrates the outstanding work of our dedicated employees across the country.”
Apex was recently named a 2013 Top 100 Environmental Firm by Engineering News-Record Magazine (ENR Magazine). Placing at No. 77 among competing environmental firms, this ranking is 22 spots higher than the company’s previous ranking, and its highest ever. Fueled by record sales, outstanding client retention and strategic acquisition, Apex was also named a Top 30 All-Environmental Firm (No. 20) for the first time.
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About Apex Companies
Founded in 1988, Apex Companies, LLC is a leading national water resources and environmental services consulting and engineering firm dedicated to providing private and public sector clients with full-service, single-source solutions for routine and complex projects. Clients rely on the Company to provide the technical expertise and solutions requisite in the industry, while differentiating itself with a quick response time, professional performance, high-quality results and cost efficiency. Apex employs more than 600 professionals, including geologists, hydrogeologists, engineers, air quality experts, environmental scientists, industrial hygienists, safety specialists and field technicians, across a network of more than 50 offices throughout the United States.
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