The year 2001 may have been an odyssey of opportunity for some, but for most of the country's largest electrical-contracting firms, it turned into an economic oddity. It was a hard year for big business in the United States. For electrical contracting, it seemed the bigger the business, the bigger the financial woes. CEE News' Top 50 Electrical Contractor surveys came back full of such phrases as “economic pressures,” economic downturn,” and “continued ...

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