At Sullivan Engineering we look ahead confidently that our steady increased growth will continue through 2011. The professional relationships that we have established throughout the year have lead to repeat business and new referrals that will undoubtedly grow and thrive.
If the state of the economy has any part to play in our growth than several recent articles support our optimistic viewpoint including two by the Wall Street Journal (12-23-10 and 01-03-11) and one by Reuters (12-22-10). Of course we can find just as many, if not more, pessimistic predictions but you’ll have to look elsewhere for those.
Continued growth in the economy should lead to renewed confidence by building owners to perform necessary restoration and maintenance deferred over the past few years. In New York City, the culmination of Local Law 11/98 subcycle A shortly after the end of 2011 and the start of subcycle B in August will also lead to an increased volume of work in the building envelope restoration industry.
If there is one belief that is reinforced by reflecting on the past and looking toward the future, it is that the philanthropic spirit of the American people will be the driving force behind our Nation’s successful future. It is with that altruistic perspective that we at Sullivan Engineering will increase our charitable efforts and will look to perform additional pro bono projects in 2011. Please let us know of any not for profit organizations that you are involved with that can use our assistance.
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