COOKEVILLE –During a time that saw both uncertainty in environmental regulations and a booming construction market, J. Cumby Construction was recognized as a Top 200 Environmental Contractor by Engineering News-Record.
J. Cumby Construction ranked 178 on the list, marking the first time the Cookeville-based contractor has been recognized as a top environmental contractor. The 2018 list is based on 2017 revenue from environmental projects.
“I’m proud of the reputation our team has developed in the marketplace for quality environmental construction,” said Justin Cumby, president of J. Cumby Construction. “It’s really a testament to our entire team, everyone involved in every stage of our projects. Our goal is to continue providing high levels of quality and service for our clients.”
Most of J. Cumby Construction’s environmental projects are water and wastewater treatment plants. Among those are local projects in Cookeville, Livingston and Sparta, while state projects have included Chattanooga, Kingsport, Waverly, Rockwood and Gallatin. Earlier this year, J. Cumby Construction landed its largest-ever contract with a $29.3 million addition to a Little Rock, Ark., wastewater treatment plant.
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For more information about J. Cumby Construction, call 931-526-5158 or visit www.jcumbyconstruction.com.