Engineering News-Record (ENR) has named INTREN ENR Midwest’s Specialty Contractor of the Year. Announced July 31st, 2015, INTREN was selected for the award by the regional magazine for their revenue growth, outstanding work within the industry and charitable contributions.
“After years of incremental growth, [INTREN] nearly doubled its revenues between 2011 and 2014. Last year, revenues soared by 25%, another breakthrough for the firm,” said John Gregerson, the editor of ENR Midwest. “[INTREN’s] growth has come as a result of several key alliances and initiatives, as well as a culture that promotes training and development… For those and many other reasons, ENR’s network of regional editors has named INTREN ENR Midwest’s Specialty Contractor of the Year.”
ENR Midwest’s regional editors’ final decision was based on INTREN’s work on ComEd’s Smart Grid Program, their 24/7 Emergency Storm Response and Restoration initiatives, and involvement in the Peoples Gas Modernization Project. It noted in their consideration, INTREN’s involvement in the CONSTRUCT program which helps provide training to minorities interested in obtaining careers in the construction industry, their involvement in the formation of their own POWER Group (Promoting Of Women in Energy Roles), as well as their support over the years of numerous local and nationwide charities.
“Being selected as the recipient for this award starts from the ground up. This honorable distinction within our industry begins with the men and women in the field and offices whose hard work and determination everyday sets INTREN apart,” said Lance Rosenmayer, INTREN’s President. “INTREN is extremely proud to be named ENR Midwest’s Specialty Contractor of the Year and looks forward to continuing to lead by example within the utility industry.”
INTREN will be profiled in the September 28th edition of ENR Midwest. ENR Midwest is a print and online publication that serves Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, and eastern Missouri, providing news, features and information about all facets of the development, design and construction marketplace. For more information on the award or to view the blog article, visit Midwest.construction.com.