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CHARLOTTE, NC, October 19, 2016 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Wayne Brothers Inc. has been named among the 2016 Grant Thornton North Carolina 100 (NC100), an annual ranking of the largest private companies by revenue within the state. The list was released in October's issue of Business North Carolina. The NC100 is a voluntary list and is only open to companies that do not have publicly traded stock.
The NC100 list points out those companies that are innovative and growing, bringing strong economic forces to the state of North Carolina. It has been published since 1984. This year, 16 of the companies on the list published profits of $500 million or more.
Holding the 71st spot, Wayne Brothers Inc. has moved up from the 73rd spot last year, indicating its strong growth throughout 2015. Wayne Brothers was ranked among those who made between $75 and $149 million. According to the list, Wayne Brothers employs 384 people.
"We are honored to be included this year on the Grant Thornton North Carolina 100 list," said a spokesperson from Wayne Brothers Inc. "This award affirms our strength and vitality as well as our commitment to the economy of North Carolina. We are proud that we have been recognized as one of the largest privately-held businesses in the state. We are also proud that the improved listing shows our growth over the 2015 fiscal year, and are committed to continued success in the future."
Wayne Brothers Inc. is a civil & infrastructure and concrete construction company that focuses on providing services throughout the Southeast. Wayne Brothers pioneers innovation in the construction industry; including the use of Virtual Design and Construction, Robotic Layout & Aerial Surveying, and GPS Machine Controls to reduce costs and improve efficiency on their jobsites. With a lengthy list of awards for safety and quality, Wayne Brothers is the superior choice for site work and concrete construction. Visit http://ww.waynebrothers.com to learn more about our various service offerings.
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