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Best Places to Work 2015 — March 23, 2015

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26 Hartford Business Journal • March 23, 2015 www.HartfordBusiness.com Meet the Winners Best Places To Work In CT 2015 Large Company Category #5 Langan L angan provides an integrated mix of engineering and envi- ronmental consulting services in support of land develop- ment projects, corporate real estate portfolios, and the oil and gas industry. Its clients include developers, property owners, public agencies, corporations, institutions, and energy com- panies around the world. The company offers to employees bagels on Fridays; reg- ular out-of-the-office gatherings like picnics, boat cruises, happy hours, the annual holiday party; and discounts at retail- ers like 1-800-Flowers. Incentive Training: Langan offers employees $500 bonuses for receiving a license, certification, or registration within their field of experience. The company also pays out mid-year and end-of-year bonuses based on performance. Health Coverage: Langan offers free medical, dental, and vision cover- age for all employees, plus a nominal fee for dependents. Supported Charities: Engineers Without Borders, ACE Mentoring Program, Habitat for Humanity. Best Place, Many Places: Langan also has been recognized as a best place to work in New Jersey and western Pennsylvania. #6 Citrin Cooperman C itrin Cooperman is a nationally recognized full-service accounting, tax, and consulting firm with offices located throughout the Northeast. Since 1979, Citrin has steadily built its business by helping companies and high-net-worth indi- viduals find smart solutions. Whether clients' operations and assets are located around the corner or across the globe, the company provides new perspectives on strategies that will achieve short- and long-term goals. Easy Grand: Citrin offers $1,000 to employees passing the Certified Public Accountant exam. The company also offers perfor- mance bonuses and new hire referral bonuses. Denim Fridays: Employees can donate $5 to wear jeans on Fridays once per month, with Citrin matching the donations for charity. Citrin Cares Day: For one day, offices close so employees can vol- unteer at local organizations. Social Outings: The firm's employees all have picnics, bowling events, and a holiday party. #4 PCL Construction, Inc. T he PCL family of companies is a construction leader in com- mercial buildings, civil infrastructure, and the heavy indus- trial market, with a tradition of excellence that spans over a cen- tury. The independent PCL companies form one of the largest general contracting organizations in North America. The firm aspires to be the most respected builder renowned for excellence, leadership, and unsurpassed value. Being 100 percent employee-owned, its strongest asset is its people, for which it strives to provide career growth oppor- tunities, and challenging and supportive work environments. PCL regularly holds employee parties and get-togethers for families, participates in district charity golf tournaments, and offers reimbursements for wellness programs. Bonuses: As an employee-owned company, each owner receives a board-approved dividend in February, in addition to profit-sharing bonuses every December. Supported Charities: United Way, ACE Mentor Program, Feeding America, March of Dimes. Flexible Employees: PCL offers lunchtime yoga at its Learning Center and a Flex & Stretch program for offsite workers. 100 Capital Blvd. Rocky Hill, CT 06067 860.257.6000 sheratonhartfordsouth.com

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