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The company that would become Bennett Benner Partners was founded in Fort Worth in 1956 as Don W. Kirk, Consulting Engineer, a name associated with many landmark projects in North Texas.
Scott Price and Ken Evans founded Fort Construction in October 2005. Now, you might think they raise mushrooms instead of build things because their signs on buildings are multiplying like toadstools after a heavy rain.
Eosera is a biotechnology company that develops health care products to improve the lives of both doctors and patients. Its first product line focuses on solving common ear conditions, such as earwax impaction with Earwax MD and Wax Blaster MD, painful ears with Ear Pain MD, and itching ears…
Cassco Development Co. was founded in 1956 to manage and develop the family-owned Edwards Ranch that once sprawled over 7,000 acres on the west side of Fort Worth.
Union Gospel Mission of Tarrant County, founded in 1888 as the Bethel Mission by 10 downtown churches, has about 130 years of experience providing food, shelter and support services to thousands of men, women and children.
Source Building Group Inc. was founded in 2012 in Fort Worth and almost didn’t survive its first job. But founder and owner Trelaine M. Mapp didn’t give up and as of 2017 recorded gross billings for $2 million.
Raider Express Inc. is a refrigerated over-the-road trucking company working mainly in the middle and mid-Western parts of the United States, primarily as a protein hauler for mostly Fortune 500 companies.
Higginbotham was founded 70 years ago in Fort Worth by Paul C. Higginbotham. His nephew, Bill Stroud, took over in 1962 and mentored Rusty Reid from when he joined Higginbotham in 1986 until he assumed leadership in 1989.
ECi Software Solutions was incorporated in 1999 in Delaware with the main office in Fairfax, Virginia, but like many that call Fort Worth home, it got here as quickly as possible.
The Fort Worth Business Press is 30 years old this year and wanted to give special recognition to a now-legendary company that started that same year – Hillwood Development.
Do you own a business in Tarrant County? Well, it's that time of the year again to participate on our list of Tarrant County Top 100 Private Companies. A representative from each firm must fill out our 2018 survey to be on our list. The link below contains the survey. A link to the list may …
The Fort Worth Business Press honored its top CEOs along with its Top 100 Private Companies and Tarrant County public companies at its annual awards luncheon May 31 at the Fort Worth Club.
Fort Worth’s Renfro Foods Inc. was honored as the Small Family Business of the Year by Baylor University’s Institute for Family Business (IFB), the school announced on Monday.
Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty broker John Zimmerman closed over $100 million in transactions in 2014. That equates to $400,000 in property every business day. Recently Recognized in The Wall Street Journal’s 2014 Top Thousand in Real Estate, named No. 140 on the Top Individua…