infinigy engineering on 2006 Inc. 500 List of Fastest Growing Private Companies
08/24/2006

 Integrated Technical Services Company Ranks 208th

Las Vegas, NV – August 24, 2006 -- infinigy engineering, an integrated technical services company for wireless telecommunications and land development projects, is ranked 208th on Inc. magazine’s 25th annual list of fastest-growing private companies in the country. infinigy engineering achieved the ranking with a three-year sales growth of 581.4%.

infinigy engineering had $6.5 million of revenue in 2005. Inc. magazine noted the company’s focus on diversifying its customer base as a key to its growth.

“We established a rule that no one client could account for more than 25 percent of company revenue,” said John Stevens, CEO and president of infinigy engineering. “and by focusing on diversity and client service we have been able to achieve great growth for a small company.”

The 2006 Inc. 500, as revealed in the September issue of Inc., reported the most robust bunch of companies the magazine has ever compiled, with aggregate revenue of $19.7 billion, up from $16.5 billion last year and $12.9 billion in 2000. Most important, the 2006 Inc. 500 companies were engines of job growth, having created more than 90,000 jobs since those companies were founded.

“If you want to find out which companies are going to change the world, look at the Inc. 500,” said Inc. Editor Jane Berentson. “These are the most innovative, dynamic, fast-growth companies in the nation, the ones coming up with solutions to some of our most intractable ills, creating systems that let us conduct business faster and easier, and manufacturing products we soon discover we can’t live without. The Inc. 500 list is Inc. magazine’s tribute to American business ingenuity and ambition.”

Infinigy Engineering, founded in 2001 by John Stevens, Todd Scaccia and Steven Gosnell, has 24 employees with offices in Albany, NY, Atlanta, GA, and Milwaukee, WI. It provides engineering, technical services and turn-key wireless services to the National wireless carriers, in-building wireless networks and land development projects. Among notable projects that drove its growth were wireless networks for the Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport and the Aladdin Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.

Late in 2005 infinigy hired Michael Tucker, P.E., as a principal and Director of Land Development to further diversify growth. Infinigy recently completed the first new format Dunkin Donuts franchise store in New York’s Adirondack Park.

Early in 2006 infinigy opened an office in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and appointed Jeffrey S. Wagner as Midwest Regional Director to manage its expanding presence and wireless telecommunications projects throughout the Midwest. Among notable Midwest projects infinigy engineering designed and deployed the public safety network for St. Clair and Monroe counties in Michigan.

“We empower decision making at all levels,” said infinigy engineering COO Steven Gosnell, discussing how their small staff drives big results, “and we consider ourselves a service company first and foremost.”

About infinigy engineering
The infinigy companies, infinigy engineering and infinigy solutions, provide end-to-end design, development and integrated technical services to meet all our clients design, build and operation needs. Infinigy has offices in Albany NY, Atlanta GA and Milwaukee, WI. From concept design through turn-key operations, infinigy delivers technical solutions. For information visit infinigy at www.infinigy.com.

About Inc. Magazine
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