The 95% revenue growth for ECI Site Construction Management—even during the downturn of Colorado’s construction industry the past five years—has made the firm Northern Colorado’s fifth fastest-growing company.
The Northern Colorado Business Report recently awarded ECI a Mercury 100 Award for its rapid growth. From 2010-2012, revenues of the Loveland-based general contractor nearly doubled, and the company added eight full-time employees. ECI, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, now employs 23 staff members. ECI helps design and build community parks, athletic fields, specialty sports parks and civil projects across the state.
The projects that ECI has completed over the years include:
• A $3.2-million, 88-day infrastructure overhaul of Main Street in downtown Fort Morgan, Colo.
• The 100-acre Spring Canyon Community Park in Fort Collins, which received an award for outstanding park design from the Colorado Parks and Recreation Association
• Erie Skate Park, the world’s first Street League-certified skate park; and
• The $2.9-million habitat and water-quality improvement of Berkeley Lake along I-70 in Denver, which included enhanced fishing habitats, a renovated dog park, an updated trail system and additional ponds.
“We pride ourselves in delivering projects that build a sense of community in cities across Colorado,” said Brian Peterson, ECI president. “When you see families at a park ECI built, kids enjoying a skate park, and residents using downtown areas and open spaces we helped revitalize, it truly makes our work exhilarating.”