Wight & Company Included in The Zweig Letter 2013 Hot Firm List
Oct 24, 2013
Wight & Company, a leader in integrated architecture, engineering and construction solutions for the built environment, announced today that it has been included in The Zweig Letter 2013 Hot Firm List. Currently in its 14th year, The Zweig Letter Hot Firm List recognizes the 100 fastest-growing companies in architecture, engineering, planning, and environmental consulting firms in the United States and Canada. Wight ranked 89 on the list from a pool of more than 100,000 firms.
The firms included on the Hot Firm List were honored at the Zweig Letter Hot Firm 2013 Conference and Awards Celebration that was held October 23-24 in Miami. During the event, CEOs, owners, presidents, principals and other leaders from the top design and environmental firms, along with entrepreneurs, authors, and business experts came together to share industry news, compare strategies for success, learn from their peers, and left with renewed inspiration for another successful year.
“The firms included on the Hot Firm List are those that have outperformed the economy and competitors to become leaders in their chosen fields,” commented Mark C. Zweig, ZweigWhite founder and CEO. “Each year we look forward to honoring these firms at our annual conference which is a fun, inspirational, and exciting event for our industry.”
Placement on the list is based on the firm’s percentage revenue growth and dollar revenue growth over a three-year period compared to the other entrants.
We are truly honored to be included in the 2013 Hot Firm List, we approach every individual project with a holistic view and strive to design and construct facilities that effectively support our client’s mission and goals. This thinking is incorporated into everything we do and the way we operate as a company overall. We are always proud to be acknowledged for our success and wish to share this recognition with of our colleagues, clients, and partners.
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