M.C. Dean, Inc., one of the nation’s premier design/builders and system integrators, announced its third consecutive ranking in the top 10 of Engineering News Record’s annual Top 50 Electrical Contractors list. Several high-profile projects awarded to M.C. Dean, Inc. in 2007 contributed to its strong financial performance and #8 ranking in the 2008 list of top specialty contractors. These projects include the New Clinical Building at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, the first U.S. Kia Motors auto assembly plant in West Point, Georgia, and the new Walter Reed National Army Medical Center.
M.C. Dean, Inc.’s workforce development has arguably also contributed to its growth in 2007 and 2008. CEO Bill Dean has recognized the benefits of investing in his employees and producing a skilled workforce. “I think we’ve been pretty successful and I think that linking people with opportunities to maximize their potential is one of the best things that any organization can do.” To attract and develop skilled engineers and technicians, M.C. Dean, Inc. spends a great deal of time maintaining relationships with local educational programs and training employees to advance careers. “The benefit to us as the corporate community is that we are not just meeting that individual’s need for a career, but we are also meeting our needs for skilled personnel.”
Headquartered in Dulles, Va., M.C. Dean, Inc. employs more than 2,000 professionals in worldwide offices throughout the U.S., Europe, and the Middle East.