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ATLANTA – Design/build firm Consultants and Builders, Inc. has been named one of Atlanta’s 50 fastest-growing privately-held companies by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. The publication selected Consultants and Builders for the annual Pace Setters award citing the company’s double-digit growth rates from 2002 through 2004. “We are thrilled to be recognized by the Atlanta Business Chronicle,” said CBI CEO Jim Williams. “Our business formula continues to prove successful through varying market conditions. We’re in a strong position to continue this positive growth and are expanding our management team, as well as our product and service offerings, to ensure that we continually deliver superior service to our clients. This award is a credit to our entire team of dedicated and committed professionals who’ve helped CBI attain this significant distinction.” In order to be considered for the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s select group of Pace Setters, companies must be privately held, based in metro Atlanta, have revenues between $1 million and $300 million, and have a two-year growth in sales of more than fifty percent. This year’s Pace Setters were honored at a breakfast and ceremony at the Cobb Galleria Centre with the keynote address by Jack Welch, retired Chairman and CEO of General Electric and number one New York Times best-selling author.

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