Later this summer the Fort Collins office will be moving to a new location on the southeast side of the city. Anyone that has been to our office recently knows that we’ve completely outgrown the building that has been home for over nine years. More details (and pictures) to follow soon!
For the fifth year in a row, EEC has been named to the Mercury 500 list of fastest growing companies in our revenue category. This year we ranked number 11 on the list after a very successful year in 2013. “It is nice to be recognized for this accomplishment” says Greta Gibbens, Director of Business Operations. “Trying to carefully manage growth is a challenging task for all small businesses” says Gibbens. EEC works hard to keep the balance, making sure the growth is within the company long-term plan.
The Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce selected EEC as a finalist for the Small Business of the Year Award in the 11 – 50 employee category. “This is quite an honor” said Tom Ghidossi, President, noting that the employees are what make EEC the Small Business of the Year every year for him. Thanks to the Chamber for considering us! A big congratulations to Aspen Grove Veterinary Care for winning the category.
After outgrowing the existing office space, the Steamboat Springs office has moved to a new location in downtown Steamboat! This is an exciting move for the employees in that office, giving them a more central location and higher visibility. The new address is 117 8th Street, Steamboat Springs CO 80487. Please stop by, see the new space and say hello!
Nelda Bloxom joined the Cortez office in December of 2012 as a CAD Designer. Her previous experience working with a Durango architect gives EEC strengh in some new areas, and helps to bolster our Design group. Welcome Nelda!
Jace Adkins, previously completing a summer internship with EEC, has finished his Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from New Mexico State University. Having Jace back with the company full-time in the Fort Collins office adds to our excellent engineering resources. He made the permanent move back to Colorado in early January of 2013. Welcome Back Jace!