Creighton Manning Engineering Receives National Recognition

Creighton Manning Engineering has been recognized as one of the 2010 Best Civil Engineering Firms to Work For in the nation. The rankings, compiled by ZweigWhite and published in the October edition of CE News, are based on the results of an employee satisfaction survey regarding workplace practices, employee benefits, employee retention rates and more. Creighton Manning is the only firm in Upstate New York to make the list. The ranking recognizes the firm’s dedication to exceptional quality, firm values and employee satisfaction.

John M. Tozzi, a principal with the firm, stated, “We are proud that Creighton Manning is ranked among the top civil engineering firms in the country. We are also reviewing the results of the survey to see where we can make improvements that will enable us to continue our long tradition of employee satisfaction and company growth.”

Creighton Manning is one of the top 10 engineering firms in the Capital Region, according to The Business Review. Established in 1965, the firm provides transportation engineering, civil/site design, land surveying and construction inspection services. Creighton Manning will be moving to 2 Winners Circle in Colonie next month to accommodate their continued growth. 

Creighton Manning Engineering has been involved in several high profile projects in the Capital Region including Luther Forest Technology Campus, The Esplanade, the award-winning Slingerlands Bypass and several other transportation improvement projects.

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