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    Puget Sound Business Journal Honors Howard S. Wright, a Balfour Beatty Company, Among Washington’s Best Workplaces

    September 10, 2019


    SEATTLE – The Puget Sound Business Journal has honored Howard S. Wright, a Balfour Beatty company, among Washington's Best Workplaces in the Large Company category. The annual survey and awards program honors the area's leading employers by highlighting companies that go beyond the norm to foster an enjoyable and meaningful work environment for their employees.
     
    According to Puget Sound Business Journal, the 25 companies ranked among Washington’s Best Large Workplaces collectively employ 4,384 full-time people in the state. Companies that made the list had the highest composite scores in the employee survey administered by Quantum Workplaces on behalf of the Puget Sound Business Journal.
     
    “We are experiencing tremendous growth throughout the Northwest region, making it an especially exciting time to be a part of our team in Seattle and throughout the Northwest region,” said Dan Peyovich, president of Howard S. Wright, a Balfour Beatty company. “Being named to Puget Sound Business Journal’s 2019 Washington’s Best Workplaces is great recognition of our people-first culture. I am so fortunate to work with teammates who not only are dedicated to their work, but are also passionate about supporting each other and giving back to the community.”     
     
    Heading into the last half of 2019, the company is experiencing significant growth in the Seattle market and across the Northwest region to meet the needs of several new, strategic projects. Consistently ranked among the top general contractors in the region, Howard S. Wright is delivering projects for clients across multiple sectors, particularly in commercial office and healthcare. With a growing and diverse workforce consistently delivering exceptional client experiences and maintaining the highest safety standards, the company is driven to maintaining its high-performance culture and being the construction industry’s most desired employer.