Prein&Newhof chosen for PSMJ 2017 Circle of Excellence

July 25, 2017

Prein&Newhof is pleased to announce that PSMJ Resources, Inc. selected our company as a 2017 Circle of Excellence member. This is our fourth consecutive year receiving this recognition.

PSMJ Resources, Inc. is a leading management consulting firm for the architecture and engineering industries. Each year it conducts a financial performance benchmark survey of firms, recognizing the top 20% of survey participants based on 13 key performance metrics in a wide range of business management areas.

While the sample size of 360 firms is small in comparison to the size of the overall industry landscape, the survey results are a good indication of overall performance. This award distinguishes those firms that are not only good at their practice, but also at running their practice as a business.

We believe that this notable honor reflects the quality of our clients, our business relationships, and the foundation of integrity we strive to stand on.


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