Christman Company improves ranking on ‘ENR 400’ list

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Mercy Health Muskegon Courtesy The Christman Company

The Engineering News-Record placed The Christman Company at No. 88 on its 2020 “ENR 400” list of the top 400 contractors nationally.

The recent ranking is a small jump from Christman’s 2019 ranking of 93. Overall rankings were calculated according to 2019 construction revenue.

Christman also landed at 90 on the 2020 ENR list of Top 100 Contractors by New Contracts.

“It is an honor to again be named in ENR’s top 100 national contractors, this year rising to 88. We are fortunate for continued growth in today’s ever-changing environment,” Christman President and CEO Steve Roznowski said. “We are thankful to our clients, partners and Christman team members who made this possible. We will continue our focus on client outcomes and relationships while keeping our promise of building with integrity.”

Significant projects from the company’s Grand Rapids office contributing to the top contractors ranking include:

  • Mercy Health Muskegon consolidation – $165 million
  • Gerald R. Ford International Airport Gateway Transformation Phase II Grand Rapids – $16.7 million
  • Wyoming Public Schools bond program projects – $80 million
  • Stryker Instruments facility, Portage – $148 million
  • State of Michigan Department of Technology, Management and Budget Grand Rapids Home for Veterans – $53 million

“Together with our clients and industry partners, we’re grateful for the many opportunities to construct important facilities throughout West Michigan,” said Daniel C. LaMore, senior vice president of Christman’s West Michigan operations. “Having the opportunity to work with the region’s leading hospitals, colleges, universities, K-12 school districts and corporations, along with a robust architectural network, has created an environment where we can succeed as partners.”

The Christman Company has offices in Lansing, Detroit and Grand Rapids; Raleigh and Greensboro, North Carolina; Knoxville, Tennessee; Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas; and in the Washington, D.C., metro area.

The Engineering News-Record is a national news outlet widely recognized as the authority for tracking the construction industry.

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