Recent financial analyses conducted by an outside accounting firm confirms that Dennis Corporation has managed to create substantial profits for its first five years in business, despite working in a depressed economy. As the chart above illustrates, Dennis Corporation reported an impressive 29% growth from 2009—2010.
“We owe this success to our hard working employees,” stated Dan Dennis, President of Dennis Corporation. “We believe that what we have accomplished over our first five years is truly remarkable. We were able to post significant profits over the past five years, even during the recession. In spite of the challenges our firm has faced, Dennis Corporation has remained strong, and our profitability, growth and success will surely continue.”
Dennis Corporation’s Key Employee Stock Program, which was recently started as an incentive to reward key employees, also stands to gain from this news. Based on the firm’s growth over the last five years, Dennis Corporation and Elliott Davis, LLC, have determined the stock prices since 2006. Calculations show that the stock price soared from $0.38 to $27.55 from 2006 to 2011. While other companies struggle to keep their stock prices from falling drastically, Dennis Corporation has been able to accumulate a tremendous amount of growth in the face of financial adversity.
Dennis Corporation is a South Carolina licensed civil engineering, surveying and construction management firm. Dennis Corporation’s specific fields of expertise include water, sewer, roads, bridges, buildings, airports and other infrastructure.