Forest Hill, MD, August 17, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Inc. Magazine has ranked ecological restoration firm, Ecotone
as #1834 in the 36th annual Inc. 5000 list of America’s fastest growing private companies. Ecotone was also included in the Inc. 5000 Honors list as #15 amongst Top Environmental Services companies in the nation and as #24 amongst Top Baltimore area companies.
The Inc. 5000 evaluates a company's three-year growth history to determine its national ranking. The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment - its independent small and midsized businesses. As an Inc. 5000 honoree Ecotone now shares a pedigree with Zappos, Under Armour, GoPro and dozens of other alumni that have gone to become leaders in their industry.
“We are excited and humbled to be recognized for our growth by the Inc. Magazine,” said Scott McGill, Ecotone’s Founder and CEO. “The Inc. 5000 award validates our efforts to partner with local government, nonprofit organizations, and private entities to facilitate sustainable ecological restoration in the Chesapeake Bay.” Our growing team is committed to solving complex environmental challenges and continue to be the model for sustainable and innovative restoration throughout the United States.”
The companies in the Inc. 5000 list have generated $206 Billion in aggregate revenue and in the past three years created 619,500 jobs. To support the national economy, in 2017, Ecotone generated over 10 Million in revenue and added over 30 new jobs to the ecological restoration industry.
Founded in 1998, Ecotone is a Harford County based ecological restoration company that designs and builds sustainable ecosystems to reduce erosion of stream banks, manage stormwater, conserve and restore wetlands, and restore forests. Ecotone provides full-delivery ecosystem restoration, mitigation, design, construction, and consulting solutions throughout the United States. With over 19 years of experience, Ecotone has restored over 1,200 acres of land and over 130,000 linear feet of stream using sustainable restoration techniques. To learn more, please visit www.ecotoneinc.com.