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A Milestone and a Millstone: EC&M's 2017 Top 40 Electrical Design Firms

This year’s Top 40 design firms top $2 billion in revenue, but worries persist about staffing for a promising, but demanding future.

Piggybacking on a boom in construction, energy infrastructure modernization, an energy efficiency push, and perhaps even a post-election surge in optimism, electrical systems designers are predictably enjoying good times now — and are modestly hopeful they’ll last.

Distilling results of EC&M’s most recent annual size ranking and business-conditions survey of leading electrical design firms, companies are riding a wave of sorts, enjoying the experience but aware t

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