Tampa, Fla.-based Environmental Pest Service (EPS) was recently recognized for its growth, revenue and talent by a number of national and regional institutions.
EPS was ranked No. 1464 on the 2017 Inc. 5000 list, placing it in the Top 30 percent of companies included on the list. The Tampa Bay Business Journal also ranked EPS No. 48 on the annual Fast 50 – a list of the fastest-growing companies in Tampa Bay – and No. 105 on the TBBJ 200 – a list of Tampa Bay’s largest private companies, based on revenues. In addition, the Business Observer ranked the regional pest control company No. 155 on the Gulf Coast 500 – a list of the largest companies on Florida’s Gulf coast, based on revenue.
“We’re extremely proud of the recent recognition that our company has received, both locally and in the national spotlight,” says David Bradford, EPS chief financial officer. “We’ve seen exponential growth in the last several years and couldn’t have done it without the hard work of our team.”
In addition to the many company awards, Wade Stankich, EPS director of information technology, was recognized as a finalist in the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s 2017 CIO of the Year Awards in the private large-sized business category. The award honors top information technology executives in the Tampa Bay area.
Since joining EPS in 2016, Stankich has played an influential role in streamlining and upgrading the company’s IT infrastructure, including consolidating and upgrading the company’s mobile environment and installing a mobile app on all phones to combat distracted driving.
“Wade’s recognition is another testament to the strength of our team,” says Bradford. “We’re proud to have a group of experts who are strong in their field and can help us better serve our clients and grow as a company.”
EPS operates four brands: Arrow Environmental Services in west and central Florida, Bug Out Service in north Florida, Skyline Pest Solutions in metro Atlanta, and State Pest Control in central North Carolina. Since 2010, EPS has acquired more than 80 companies.