Edifice ranked among North Carolina 100


Charlotte, N.C.  – Edifice Inc. has once again been named on the North Carolina 100 (NC 100). The Grant Thornton Top 100 ranks the state’s largest private companies.  This exclusive award identifies and celebrates the successes of dynamic privately-held businesses that have unlocked their potential for growth.

To be considered, companies must be headquartered in North Carolina, may not be a subsidiary of another company and cannot have publicly traded stock.

“This year’s list reflects a sizzling construction market that helped several builders and contractors rise sharply in the rankings,” according to the October issue of Business North Carolina, where the NC 100 is published. Edifice has remained a constant on the list for more than a decade and this year moved up eight places in the rankings.  Rankings are based on revenue in the most recent fiscal year.

Edifice continues to excel with a diverse portfolio including projects in civic and education, entertainment, retail and sports, to upscale offices and interiors, industrial and faith-based projects.

Survey results are published in the October issue of Business North Carolina magazine. For more information, visit www.GrantThornton.com/NC100

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