Power Design Lands on Fortune’s Best Workplaces for Millennials List for the Second Time

More than 398,000 employees across the U.S. completed best workplaces surveys, landing Power Design at number 45 on the list.

Power Design Lands on Fortune’s Best Workplaces for Millennials List for the Second Time
St Petersburg, FL, July 30, 2017 --(PR.com)-- For the second time, St. Petersburg-based national electrical contractor, Power Design, has made Fortune’s list of best places to work for millennials.

Alongside other major players such as Publix, Capital One, and Indeed, Power Design ranked 45th on the 2017 list.

Anonymous employee reviews contributed to the selection process and gave insight into the culture at Power Design. Comments included:

"The training is state of the art. My manager is a powerful tool for both life and work advice and always makes time to review my work."
"Power Design is consistently celebrating milestones and achievements. From the end of year BBQ competition – which involves a five-figure donation to charity ($70,000 in 2016) – to Employee Appreciation Day, there is always something exciting happening."
"The culture of the company is high energy and upbeat. People come into the office with a friendly attitude and enthusiastic disposition. Regardless of an employee’s level of job responsibility, we are all treated and treat each other with respect."

Headquartered in St. Petersburg, Fla. for 28 years, Power Design has made best workplaces lists as named by Fortune, Inc. Magazine, Tampa Bay Times, and Tampa Bay Business Journal. Millennials make up 34% of the total workforce at Power Design, with an anticipated 250 positions to fill by the end of 2017.

About Power Design, Inc.
With more than 200 active projects, a 133,000-square-foot national campus, a 100,000-square-foot distribution center, and accumulative revenue exceeding $2 billion dollars, Power Design is one of the leading electrical contractors in the United States. With a 16,000-square-foot training center dedicated to core training and hands-on simulation experiences to provide real-life applications, Power Design is at the forefront of innovative training practices and techniques.

Since founded in 1989, Power Design has operated as a family-run business built on an unbending foundation of quality service and loyalty to our employees and customers. Our commitment to customer service has enabled us to partner with the top 100 general contractors as ranked by Engineering News-Record (ENR). For more information visit: www.powerdesigninc.us or call 727-210-0492.
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Ginger Reichl