LeCraw Engineering was recently announced as a winner of the 2020 Best Firms To Work For Awards, honoring the best architecture, engineering, planning, environmental and construction firms (AEC) firms to work for in North America.
On January 10th, 2020, LeCraw Engineering, Inc. celebrated ten years of being in business. President, Mark LeCraw expressed his excitement for reaching this milestone, saying, “I couldn’t be more thankful for our incredible team and all of the hard work they have done to get us where we are today. I’m also grateful for our clients, many of whom have continually chosen us for their projects throughout the years.” Vice President, Jeff Wilkerson, added, “We’ve come a long way, and we are really excited to see what the future holds.”
For the second consecutive year, LeCraw Engineering was chosen as both a “Best Firms to Work For” and “Hot Firm” by AEC management consulting firm, Zweig Group. The “Best Firms to Work For” award celebrates the top AEC firms in the industry based on workplace practices, benefits, retention rates, and more. The “Hot Firm” award recognizes the fastest-growing architecture, engineering, planning, and environmental consulting firms in the US. “It means a lot to us being chosen for these two awards for a second year in a row, particularly the ‘Best Firms’ award, because it is based on feedback given directly by our employees,” said Mark LeCraw.
News Release - May 2013
Named top organization in the Small Business Category at awards celebrating premier organizations in Gwinnett & metro Atlanta
LeCraw Engineering is pleased to announce the addition of Michelle Macauley as the new Director of Entitlements for the firm.
Macauley previously served as the Interim Director for the City of South Fulton Development and Community Services Department, overseeing the day-to- day operations of planning and zoning services, engineering and site development, and building and permitting divisions. Prior to that appointment, Macauley served as the Interim Director of Planning and Community Services with Fulton County.
North Atlanta Business Post
GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. - In 2013, downtown Atlanta gained a new attraction called the SkyView Atlanta Ferris Wheel.
This was the first of its kind in the area and draws people from all over into the city.
Mark LeCraw of LeCraw Engineering, the business responsible for bringing SkyView to Atlanta, says his company has worked with the wheel's owners before, so when the owners wanted to move the wheel from Pensacola, Florida to Atlanta, they called them.
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