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Alexander Ranks Among Fastest Growing Companies

by on October 05, 2012 6:00 AM

Alexander Building Construction Co. recently announced its rank of 38th on the 16th annual list of the Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies in central Pennsylvania.

“It is an honor to be recognized for the strides our company has made and will continue to make,” says Richard Seitz, President of Alexander Building Construction Co. “Each of our employees helped make this achievement a possibility.”

An event was held on Sept. 10 at the Hilton Harrisburg to recognize the winners and announce their ranks. In addition to the awards breakfast, the “Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies” are profiled in a special supplement to the Sept. 14 issue of the Central Penn Business Journal with information on each company’s financial growth.

In order to be eligible for nomination, companies had to be public or private, for-profit entities headquartered in Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry or York counties, and demonstrate significant revenue growth for 2011 as compared to 2009.

SF & Company reviewed the nominations and ranked the companies according to revenue growth over the three-year period. Both dollar and percentage increases were taken into consideration, which led to the list of the 2012 Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies, consisting of both large and small companies.

Alexander is one of the region’s top construction management firms with locations in Harrisburg and State College. Along with their sister companies in the Lehigh Valley and Philadelphia, they are a part of the Butz Family of Companies, with more than 120 full-time construction professionals within the three operating companies.

The “Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies Awards” is a program of the Central Penn Business Journal and is presented by SF & Company.

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