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Applications open for Business Observer's Top Contractors issue


  • By Mark Gordon
  • | 2:00 p.m. January 23, 2024
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Naples-based DeAngelis Diamond handled construction of this control tower at Southwest Florida International Airport in Naples.
Naples-based DeAngelis Diamond handled construction of this control tower at Southwest Florida International Airport in Naples.
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Springtime brings rain, flowers — and one other thing: The Business Observer's Top Contractors issue. 

Published annually in March, the issue ranks the top 50 contractors in the region by revenue, amounting to a valuable who’s-who guide to the industry. The 2024 Top Contractors issue will include information about the most important projects companies started in 2023, in addition to the most notable projects in each company's portfolio. It also lists company principals, specialties and total employees.

The top spot in the 2023 Top Contractors issue was an area stalwart, Naples-based Manhattan Construction Group, at $1.48 billion in 2022 gross revenue. St. Petersburg-based Wallace Construction Group was No. 50, at $19 million in revenue in 2022. 

The range of contractors on the list carries a wide variety of sectors, including general, masonry, roofing, landscape, HVAC, electrical, road, pool, plumbing and more. Contractors based from Lakeland and Tampa to Naples, and Polk County to Collier County, are eligible to submit for the Top Contractors issue. To submit, visit BusinessObserverFL.com/submit-top-contractors.

Submissions are due by Friday, Feb. 9.

The Business Observer looks forward to receiving and reviewing Top Contractors submissions. Email Business Observer Managing Editor Mark Gordon at [email protected] with any questions.

 

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Mark Gordon

Mark Gordon is the managing editor of the Business Observer. He has worked for the Business Observer since 2005. He previously worked for newspapers and magazines in upstate New York, suburban Philadelphia and Jacksonville.

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