MMR Prominently Ranks as Largest Regional Electrical Contractor by Engineering News-Record (ENR) of Texas and Louisiana
Monday, January 8, 2018
BATON ROUGE, La. – MMR earned several prominent industry rankings in Engineering News-Record (ENR) of Texas and Louisiana’s top specialty contractors list for 2017, including garnering the top position as the largest electrical contractor in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Mississippi and Texas. ENR positions contractors based on revenues earned the previous year. MMR revenues in these states totaled $410 million in 2016.
“MMR is honored to be recognized as the largest regional electrical contractor by ENR,” said MMR President/CEO James “Pepper” Rutland. “Diversifying our portfolio into the oil and gas, chemical and petrochemical, industrial manufacturing and power generation markets, both domestically and internationally, has allowed our company to flourish. We look forward to continued success in the upcoming year and thank our clients for their loyalty and support,” said Rutland.
MMR has grown to become the largest open-shop electrical and instrumentation contractor in the United States over the last 50 years and continues to aggressively expand operations to meet the needs of its clients. In the last two years, MMR has opened new branch offices in Oklahoma, South Carolina and Panamá. Additionally, MMR celebrated the opening of a 30,000 square-foot Integration Center at its Baton Rouge headquarters, filling a need in the Gulf Coast region by providing enhanced panel and modular electrical control building capabilities to industrial clients which were not previously offered at the local level.
MMR has served as the industry leader in instrumentation and electrical construction, maintenance and technical services for more than 50 years. Under the leadership of President and CEO James “Pepper” Rutland, MMR continues to grow both regionally and nationally with 26 branch offices throughout the United States as well as in Canada, Colombia, Trinidad, Venezuela, Ecuador and Panamá.