Peterson Geotechnical Construction sales jump

Martino, Kristina
May 2008
Business Journal (Central New York);5/16/2008, Vol. 22 Issue 20, p43
The article reports on the financial performance of Peterson Geotechnical Construction LLC in Skaneateles, New York in 2008. The company has recorded a growth in sales to $5 million in the said year, compared to $2 million in 2007. It reveals that 70 percent of the company's sale is generated from privately funded projects, while 20 percent comes from public-infrstructure projects. These include dewatering projects, micropiles and water-sewage system.


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