Architectural Fabrication Makes ENR 2022 Top 600 Specialty Contractors List

Arch-Fab Makes ENR 2022 Top 600 Specialty Contractors List

Fort Worth, TX, Announcement: October 28, 2022.

It’s no secret that the Covid-19 pandemic deeply impacted architectural, engineering, and construction firms. Supply chain disruption, skyrocketing materials costs, and an uncertain economy mean that a number of companies in our industry are struggling to survive, let alone thrive.

Architectural Fabrication is proud to be included in the 2022 Top 600 Specialty Contractors list as we face the same challenges as the rest of our industry, but have become laser-focused on the needs of our customers and how we can meet those needs with our existing resources. “Necessity is the mother of invention” is more than a well-known phrase, it’s a call to action for the times in which we find ourselves.

How is growth and success even possible in the current environment? It’s about working smarter, considering all the potential outcomes, and diligently preparing for each one. At every level, the Architectural Fabrication team is dedicated to completing projects on time, properly foreseeing potential issues before they arise, and maintaining transparency within every interaction.

“This is our first year to make the coveted list of the ENR top 600 specialty contractors. We are honored to be amongst some great companies. The celebration of our success is only overshadowed by my love of the culture we have created here at the same time. I am proud to be a part of this outstanding company!”

– Jeff Kenny, Owner of Architectural Fabrication

“We are proud to be included in the ENR Top 600 Specialty Contractors amongst some of the best contractors in the construction industry. This is great recognition for the amazing work that each member of our team performs daily. Congratulations to everyone at Arch-Fab!”

– Jeff Cash, President of Architectural Fabrication

About ENR

Engineering News-Record (ENR) provides news, analysis, and data regarding engineering and construction to help construction industry professionals do their job more effectively. ENR reports on companies and projects worldwide through print, newsletters, webinars, videos, and more. In this way, ENR connects sectors of the industry with pertinent information to empower their business.

Originally founded in 1874 as the Engineer & Surveyor, the name was changed to ENR in 1917 after a merger. It has always been subscription based (it was originally priced at $1 per year!), to stay abreast of the latest news, subscribe today.

Read the full article and view the list on the ENR website.

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