Eco Engineering was named one of the fastest growing private companies in the Greater Cincinnati area by the Cincinnati Business Courier for the second straight year. An energy efficient lighting upgrade services provider, Eco Engineering designs, implements, and manages large scale projects for its Fortune 1000 and energy services company (ESCO) clients across North America. The Cincinnati Business Courier recognized Eco Engineering’s most recent +70% two year growth in its annual Fast 55 ranking of the firms with the greatest two year revenue increase.

“Eco Engineering remains committed to helping our clients reduce their energy operating costs while making a positive impact on the environment,” said Tom Kirkpatrick, Eco Engineering President and CEO. “This single-minded focus on LED lighting and IoT/advanced lighting controls, plus our dedication to our employees and the communities where we work and live, have helped us grow rapidly in recent years.” Kirkpatrick added that “we are privileged to be recognized again as one of the fastest growing firms in the Cincinnati region and look forward to delivering quality services and economic benefit to our clients throughout North America into the future.”

A significant contributor of the company’s growth the past several years is centered around the hiring and retention of top-level talent. If you are interested in a career at Eco Engineering, visit our Careers page ».

About Eco Engineering
For more than 20 years, Eco Engineering has helped its clients reduce operating costs through increased energy savings while playing a part in preserving the environment for generations to come. Eco Engineering is a national design build engineering firm who specializes in upgrading large facilities to energy efficient lighting and lighting controls. Eco Engineering has completed thousands of successful projects for customers such as AT&T, Kellogg, Anheuser-Busch, USG Corporation and numerous schools and hospitals. Visit for more information.

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