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Hargrove Engineers + Constructors Pharmaceuticals Sector Ranks in the Top Ten U.S. Engineering Firms Surveyed by Engineering News Record

May 10, 2015

For the first time, Hargrove Engineers + has broken into Engineering News Record’s (ENR) top ten firms in the pharmaceutical’s category. ENR Sourcebook surveys the top 500 U.S. design firms and ranks them based on design revenue for architecture, engineering, and environmental work. ENR gives firms an overall ranking and breaks down specialties by areas including manufacturing, petroleum, and power. 

Hargrove Life Sciences LLC, based in Philadelphia, PA provides solutions for the pharmaceutical, biotech, and specialty chemical process industries. “Our Teammates understand the challenges of solving operational issues and delivering renovation and expansion projects while maintaining concurrent GMP operations,” said Life Sciences Operations Leader, Doyle Johnson. Hargrove’s expertise includes renovations for building code and GMP compliance, process equipment and automation system upgrades, implementation of single-use systems, technology upgrades, and capacity increases for process and utility systems. “Hargrove’s success stems from consistently focusing on client needs, no matter how large or small the project, and the ENR rankings reflect this.” 

Overall, Hargrove climbed 25 places from the 2014 ENR Sourcebook rankings coming in at No. 90. In specialty areas, pulp and paper comes in at No. five, and chemicals at No. 10. Industrial process, refining, and fossil fuel (power) are all in the top 20. ENR is a weekly magazine with 252,000 readers and more than 300,000 unique visitors monthly to its website, with a total audience of almost 600,000 construction professionals. ENR provides news, analysis data and opinion for the construction industry worldwide. Subscribers include contractors, project owners, engineers, architects, public works officials and industry suppliers.

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