Welcome to another year of Walls & Ceilings’ annual round-up of the leading contractors in the country. As in past years, the Top 50 Contractors list brings together the industry’s most progressive and resourceful subcontractors.

Contractors submitted their information via our W&C Top 50 page on the magazine’s website. This gave the contractors the opportunity to tell us their story and why they feel they are among the best. It is always excellent to hear from all the different and varying voices in our industry.

In our professional opinion, all of these 50 contractors have displayed numerous skill sets that warrant them to be among the best. We encourage W&C readers to visit these companies’ websites and you’ll see portfolios that showcase these subcontractors’ work and their stories. What makes these companies successful is their collective desire to stay progressive, ambitious and quality-focused. That means employing new technology, actively looking for new products, competitive employment opportunities, safety departments and so much more. All in all, their talents have sustained their business model and made them industry leaders.

Some of the Top 50 reflect companies that have been around for decades, while some are still in their early years. Yet, many of these have spoken to us of their plans for growth and to create some type of legacy.

In short, the turnout of submissions this year was again very strong.

“We received many great responses for the W&C Top 50 Contractors this year,” says Associate Editor Michael Levitt. “There were several decisions that had to be made to get the list down to 50 names. We feel the list consists of contractors who are at the top of the industry today.”

It pleases us to see all the submissions and we thank everyone that wanted to be a part of this annual feature. We anticipate that the number of entrants will continue to climb for next year and we look forward to reading and accepting all your submissions.

W&C congratulates all this year’s Top 50 winners.

View the list here.