MESA, Ariz.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Atwell, LLC a nationally recognized consulting, engineering and construction management firm, announced today it has ranked #41 in Engineering News-Record’s (ENR) Top Design Firms in the Southwest for 2018. Published annually, the ENR Top Design Firms list ranks the largest U.S.-based design firms across Arizona, New Mexico, and Nevada based on design-specific revenue.
Atwell is proud to add this ranking by ENR to their ever-growing list of recognition and endorsements, including Zweig-Group’s Hot Firm Award, which recognizes the fastest growing firms in the country, ENR’s Top Design Firm recognition in the Midwest and Southeast as well as a recognition as one of Crain’s “Coolest Places to Work.”
Atwell has built a reputation for creating solutions for the built environment, establishing long-lasting relationships and delivering quality through their team of professionals who work with a passion and sense of urgency that their clients expect and deserve. Maintaining a national presence with local insight, Atwell continues to expand their reach, recently opening new operations in Dallas, TX, Greenwood Village, CO, Lawrenceville, GA and Tulsa, OK.
“We are excited and proud to be recognized as a top firm by ENR and attribute our success to the strong relationships we have built with our clients and the teamwork of our dedicated professionals,” said Ted Northrop, PE, Regional Vice President, western operations. “Atwell has experienced significant growth and continues to attract and retain great team members who have a passion to serve as an advocate for our clients.”
Atwell, LLC is a national consulting, engineering and construction services firm with professionals across the country that deliver a broad range of strategic and creative solutions to clients in a variety of industries including real estate & land development, power & energy, and oil & gas. They provide comprehensive turnkey services including land and ROW support, planning, landscape architecture, engineering, land surveying, environmental science, and project and program management.