Plymouth Meeting, PA, October 30, 2023—Since 2016, Danella Companies has earned a place in the Engineering News-Records (ENR) Top 600 Specialty Contractors. This year was no exception, as Danella placed in the Top 100 once again.
Each year, ENR ranks each company by both total profit and specified industry. While some companies continue to struggle with rising costs and labor shortages, Danella continues to excel. “We’ve been optimistic, growing our services and reach to better services our clients and stay competitive,” says Jim Danella, Chairman and CEO. “We’re honored to have made the Top 100 list again thanks to our dedicated employees.”
In addition to placement within the top 100, the company also achieved an impressive rank with the Top Firms in Utility Services category, surpassing its position by one notch, placing 11th in 2022 to 10th in 2023, among older and publicly held corporations.
In the last year alone, Danella has continued to expand its services in storm restoration, with specialized teams standing ready to support clients in all phases of restoration, with deployment locations added in Alabama and Indiana. Last year, Danella also added communications towers construction to its portfolio of communication services through its Wireless Division. Equipped with resources and experience, Danella can rectify communication utility construction, repair, and maintenance needs, anywhere in the U.S.
“Our employees personify our motto: “Pride in Everything We Do.” It their unwavering work ethic and commitment that continually earns us a place within the top 100. We look forward to continuing this tradition in the year ahead.”
Danella celebrated its 50th year anniversary in May. Since 1972, Danella has delivered industry-leading performance, supporting our nation’s infrastructure across the gas, electric, communications, water, steam, transit, and railroad industries, as well as storm restoration services. In addition, we are a leader in the truck and construction equipment rental industry, serving primarily railroads, transit authorities, and utility companies. Learn more about Danella.