Fehr Graham named again to ‘hot firm’ list

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FREEPORT, June 30 — Fehr Graham, a leading Midwest engineering and environmental firm, announced it has earned a spot on the Zweig Group Hot Firm List for the second year in a row, climbing six spots from its 2014 ranking.

Fehr Graham ranked #58 on the prestigious list that identified the 100 fastest-growing privately held architecture, engineering, planning and environmental consulting firms in the United States and Canada. Firms on the list are ranked according to their growth rate from 2011-2014, with 50 percent of the score being based on percentage growth and 50 percent based on dollar growth.

“We are thrilled to be named to the 2015 Hot Firm List and are honored by the recognition again this year,” said Mick Gronewold, Chairman of the Board at Fehr Graham. “It’s incredibly rewarding that the support of our clients and the dedication of our hard-working staff and leadership team has allowed us to grow and continue at this level.”

The distinction of making it on Zweig Group’s Hot Firm List is a great accomplishment for firms that have achieved success in the A/E/P and environmental consulting industry. In an industry comprised of over 100,000 firms, those who have made the list have demonstrated an ability to thrive and are recognized as an elite group of fastest-growing firms.

Fehr Graham adds this latest honor to a growing list of awards that includes the American Council of Engineering Companies Engineering Excellence Award, American Public Works Association – 2015 Projects of the Year, and the Freeport Area Chamber of Commerce’s 2015 Business of the Year. Fehr Graham climbed six spots from the 2014 Hot Firm List and also made the list in 2007 and 2008.

Fehr Graham is a premier provider of engineering, environmental, and funding solutions for commercial, industrial, institution, and government clients with ten Midwest office locations in Illinois, Wisconsin, and Iowa.

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