This is a tremendous honor to be recognized by the Zweig Group yet again, and we are thrilled to be able to continuously achieve this distinction for the eighth consecutive year
Fredericksburg, VA (PRWEB) July 20, 2016
For the eighth consecutive year, the business management services firm ZweigWhite has named Marstel-Day LLC to its Hot Firm List of fastest-growing U.S. architecture, engineering, and environmental consulting firms.
Marstel-Day ranked 54th on the composite list of the top 100 fastest-growing firms across those industries. Rankings were developed by ZweigWhite, the publisher of The Zweig Letter, and a national leader in enhancing business performance for architecture, engineering, and environmental consulting firms. According to ZweigWhite's website, "These are the firms that have outperformed the economy and competitors to become leaders in their chosen fields."
"This is a tremendous honor to be recognized by the Zweig Group yet again, and we are thrilled to be able to continuously achieve this distinction for the eighth consecutive year," said company President and CEO Rebecca R. Rubin.
Click here to see the full list of 100 firms and to view Marstel-Day's inclusion on ZweigWhite's 2016 Hot Firm List.
Since 1988, the Zweig Group has helped leaders in the architecture, engineering and environmental consulting industries achieve their business goals by offering an array of publications, services, and events designed to provide firm leaders with the business management tools needed to succeed.
This year's award ceremony will be held in Phoenix, AZ, where CEOs, owners, presidents, principals and other leaders from the top design and environmental firms, along with entrepreneurs, authors, and business experts will share industry news, compare strategies for success, learn from their peers, and leave with renewed inspiration for another successful year.
Marstel-Day, LLC, is an environmental and natural resource consulting firm that provides climate, water, energy, land use and sustainability analyses to the public and private sectors.