Construct Two Group (CTG) is officially ranked #1 on the 2021 Orlando Business Journal (OBJ) Elite 50 List of Central Florida’s highest-ranked privately held companies based on business success and growth over the past three years. The OBJ Elite 50 List is comprised of the leaders among Central Florida’s Golden 100 and Fast 50 lists.
As stated by the OBJ, “the Elite 50 are the cream of the crop”. There are a total of 45 firms representing the top 25 companies on OBJ’s 2021 Golden 100 List (highest previous-year annual revenue), and the top 25 companies on this year’s Fast 50 (fastest consecutive three-year revenue growth). CTG ranked highly on both lists with record-breaking 3-year growth of 276.8% in year-end revenue with the most recent year being $32.66 Million. CTG garnered the # 1 position on the 2021 Fast 50 (3-year growth of 14,187%) and the #52 position on Central Florida’s 2021 Golden 100 companies (3-year growth of 276.8%).
Recording annual revenue growth is a major milestone for most companies during this time of turbulence caused by the Covid-19 pandemic; and having consecutive sales growth for multiple years is an even bigger accomplishment, according to the OBJ. CTG, a minority-owned firm, has persevered through many crises with the most recent being the Covid-19 pandemic.
Led by Founder and Chairman Derrick Wallace, CTG not only sustained but also thrived and flourished by remaining focused, improving processes, implementing marketing initiatives to niche markets, placing clients and employees first, as well as finding and creating new opportunities.
“We are extremely honored and humbled that our growth and accomplishments are being recognized. We have achieved this success through hard work, passion, and commitment to excellence. We have dedicated ourselves to three decades of innovation, construction and business process improvements and efficiencies to provide our clients with the highest quality solutions and services. Throughout 2021, we plan to embark on even more sustainable projects that benefit our collective future,” stated CTG Chairman Derrick Wallace.
Established in 1990, CTG is celebrating over 30 years of excellence in development management and construction management. In that vein, CTG is creating, sustaining and transforming the future through innovative approaches to private-public partnership and unique developments. Within its vast history of completing projects on time and under budget, CTG has amassed more than $1 billion in commercial, education, university, military, municipal, industrial, entertainment and housing projects completed to date.
CTG, the nation’s largest African American Development Management firm, has a unique perspective as a developer and construction company. Along with its innovative solutions, excellent customer care, alliances, and technology, CTG ensures success and maximizes the value for its clients, owners, partners and employees. Future projections based on the next three years place CTG in the position to create over 2800 jobs and generate over $300 million in revenue.
In addition to multiple Construction Management projects at an entertainment theme park, current CTG projects include the $500 Million Housing, Mixed-Use, Stadium and Athletic Facility project on the campus of Florida A&M University, as well as providing Small Business Advisory services at Greater Orlando Aviation Authority. CTG will also be providing multiple public-private sector companies with Program Management, Construction Management Services and Development Management Services.
CTG notable completed projects include Florida A&M University Main Street Corridor Project Phase 1 – Student Housing and Student Center – ($70 Million); Phase 5 Orange County Convention Center – joint venture with Clark Construction ($500 Million); Florida A&M University Development Research School ($25 Million) and Jones High School – Orange County, Florida ($50 Million).
In addition to the Elite 50, Fast 50 and Golden 100, CTG was also named:
- #1 Ranked African-American/Black-Owned Business, Orlando Business Journal – 2021
- #15 Ranked Central Florida Construction Companies/General Contractors, Orlando Business Journal – 2021
- #8 Ranked “Best Place to Work in Central Florida”, Orlando Business Journal – 2021
The company’s corporate headquarters is located in Orlando, Florida and has a satellite office in Tallahassee, Florida. For more information about CTG, visit: www.constructtwo.com
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