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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.
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Sustained growth in the municipal, state, federal, K-12 and university market segments prompts new affiliation with national trade association

(May 3, 2017 Cincinnati, Ohio) – Eco Engineering, the largest independent design and build engineering firm in the US energy efficient lighting industry, announced today that it has joined the National Association of Energy Services Companies (NAESCO). Rhonda Courtney, Eco Engineering’s Director of ESCO Business Development, will continue as Chairperson of the Affiliate Advisory Committee for NAESCO. Read more

New hire bolsters expertise in the Energy Services Company sector serving municipal, state, federal, K-12 and university market segments.

Eco Engineering, the largest independent design and build engineering firm in the US energy efficient lighting industry, announced today that it has hired Rhonda Courtney as Director of ESCO Business Development. Ms. Courtney will be based in Nashville, Tennessee and will join a group of Eco Engineering energy efficient lighting experts in expanding business on a national platform.
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Eco Engineering announced today that it has hired Doug Golden as Director of National Account Sales. Mr. Golden will be based in the Houston market and will join an expanding group of Eco Engineering energy efficient lighting experts in the Texas and Southwest Regional markets.
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Eco Engineering, the largest independent design and build engineering firm in the US energy efficient lighting industry, announced today that it has completed a pro-bono project for the DCCH Center for Children and Families in Ft. Mitchell, KY valued at over $60,000. The project involved the design and implementation of a new, energy efficient lighting system for the DCCH facilities.
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