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Hill International named one of NJ's best.

Hill International named one of NJ's best

Hill International, Willingboro construction consultants was selected as a winner of the prestigious 1991 Central New Jersey Top 20 Award. The award was given to the region's fastest growing and most progressive privately-held companies.

Irvin E. Richter, Hill's chairman and chief executive officer, will be given the award at a special dinner on September 18 in New Brunswick along with the other winners.

"Hill's success, which continues even in the midst of a national recession, is a reflection of our ability to stay one step ahead of the emerging trends in the construction industry," said Richter.

Hill was chosen from a record 127 entries who submitted financial, demographic, quality control and other pertinent operating data. Judging was based on various financial analyses including total dollar volume growth, percentage of growth, increase in employees and dollar and percentage sales growth per employee. Among the judges were Marshall Loeb, managing editor of Fortune Magazine; George Zoffinger, New Jersey Commerce Commissioner; and Arthur Kraft, Dean of the Rutgers School of Business.

The Central New Jersey Top 20 Awards are sponsored by Chemical Bank of New Jersey, Jamieson Moore, Peskin & Spicer, Business For Central New Jersey and Rosenberg, Drucker & Company. -30-
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Sep 18, 1991
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