CMT NAMED MIDWEST DESIGN FIRM OF THE YEAR

ENR_design firm of the yearCrawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc. (CMT) is pleased to share the news that we were recently named  DESIGN FIRM OF THE YEAR for 2014 by ENR Midwest, an Engineering News Record publication that covers Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio and Wisconsin. In past years, this highly-coveted award has been presented to some of the largest engineering conglomerates in the world. CMT is proud to be recognized as a top tier engineering consultant by such a respected publication.

CMT’s selection is the result of several criteria including the survey that ENR Midwest conducts each year. Along with a 22 percent rise in revenues during the time period surveyed, the judging committee also took note of the number of high-profile projects that the firm has recently led and the three top ACEC Engineering Excellence Awards it won in Missouri and Illinois.

CMT was also recognized for its leadership in promoting diversity, efforts that were recognized by a 2012 award from the Illinois Black Chamber of Commerce and the 2013 Consultant of the Year award from the Missouri Department of Transportation’s External Civil Rights Division.

As a charter member of the Institute of Sustainable Infrastructure, CMT has also been at the forefront in promoting green practices to both communities and throughout the industry.

“All of these achievements can be directly attributed to the hard work, dedication and expertise that the staff of CMT provides to our clients on a daily basis and the caliber of leadership within the firm,” said CMT President and CEO Dan Meckes. “We are truly honored to have our company recognized.”

CMT will be featured in the May issue of the publication in a story intended to highlight the firm, along with its approach to business and customer service that has led to so much of our success. The award will be presented at a ceremony in November.

Read a blog entry from ENR Regional Editor John Gregerson announcing CMT’s selection as 2014 Designer of the Year.

See also the feature article from ENR Midwest, May edition about CMT.

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