Press Releases 11-12-2015
RICHARDSON, Texas – Halff Associates, Inc. (Halff), one of the nation’s leading full-service engineering/architecture consulting firms, announced today that it has ranked #41 on the 2015 Southern Methodist University (SMU) Cox Dallas 100 list. The award is based on sales growth and absolute dollar growth for 2012 to 2014, representing the fastest-growing privately held entrepreneurial businesses in the Dallas area. This is the 10th year that Halff has made the list since 1999.
“Halff has enjoyed significant growth over the past 20 years and experienced our historically strongest sales year in 2014. We are honored to once again achieve a ranking on the Dallas 100 list. It is ultimately our talented staff who remain committed to outstanding client service and high quality work who are to be commended for this award,” said President Pat Kunz.
For 25 years, the Caruth Institute has annually ranked the top 100 Dallas entrepreneurial companies. This year’s program examined sales from over 300 companies. The winners represent a broad spectrum of Dallas-area businesses—everything from consulting to custom home-builders and a wide variety in between. According to Caruth Institute data, this year’s winning companies collectively generated $3.6 billion in sales in 2014, and grew at an average annual growth rate of 91 percent per year for each of the last three years.
Halff is a Texas-based, employee-owned, diverse and multi-disciplined professional services firm. For 65 years, Halff has provided innovative solutions for clients, offering full-service planning, engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, environmental, oil and gas, right of way, visualization, and surveying services. Halff has 15 offices in Texas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma. For more information about Halff, visit http://halff.com.
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