GARDNER, MA--(Marketwired - September 11, 2014) - TerraTherm, Inc., of Gardner, Massachusetts announced today that it has once again earned national recognition as one of U.S. and Canada's fastest growing firms, according to the ZweigWhite 2014 Hot Firm List. This marks the third year that TerraTherm has made the list, improving its ranking of 64th for 2013 to 20th for 2014.
ZweigWhite, the nation's leading consulting, publishing, and training firm for the architecture, engineering, planning and environmental consulting industries, issues The Hot Firm List each year. The list recognizes 100 firms that have outperformed the economy and competitors and exhibit the fastest growth in the last three fiscal years.
"Appearing on The Hot Firm List in consecutive years, and climbing up the list significantly, is a major achievement resulting directly from our employees' collective commitment to consistently meeting our customers' expectations, controlling the cost of our solutions, and restoring and protecting our environment," said David Allworth, TerraTherm's Chief Financial Officer. "All indications are that this recipe for success will continue to drive profitable growth in 2015 and beyond."
In addition to ranking on the Hot Firm List, TerraTherm also was recognized by a 2014 ZweigWhite Best Firms to Work For Award, placing 5th in the environmental industry and 33rd overall out of the top 100 of all firms ranked.
"Placing on both the Hot Firm and the Best Firms to Work For lists are great accomplishments for TerraTherm," said John Bierschenk, TerraTherm's CEO and President. "Although we continue to grow as a company, our commitment to our employees has never wavered. I get the sense that everyone at TerraTherm understands that our work is important. The recognition that we are receiving generates excitement around the office as well as in the field -- fueling the desire to work hard, grow internally, and pave new ground in the remediation industry."
TerraTherm, Inc. is a worldwide leader in the development and implementation of in situ and on-site thermal remediation of toxic contaminants. They design, build and operate projects from concept to closure, using Thermal Conduction Heating (TCH), Steam Enhanced Extraction (SEE), Electrical Resistance Heating (ERH), and combinations of the above. With offices in Massachusetts and California, and sublicensees such as Krüger A/S (eight European countries) and SheGoTec (Japan), they offer services worldwide. For more information visit: www.terratherm.com.
View TerraTherm's 2014 Media Kit here