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Does your firm provide document-management services such as scanning, shredding or software systems? CPBJ is creating its first document-management list and would appreciate your input.

Email Alaine Keisling at for more information.

The Business Journal considers companies with 200 or more local employees to be large employers, and the largest employers list is one of our most important projects during the year. If you haven’t received a survey yet, please email or grab a blank survey below:

These lists will appear in the paper during the next couple of weeks:

Largest employers — due now

HVAC, plumbing and mechanical contractors — due now

Commercial real estate agencies — due Feb. 6

Commercial developers — due Feb. 6

Senior-care facilities, including skilled nursing-home facilities, assisted-living and personal-care facilities and retirement communities — due Feb. 6

Private physician groups — due Feb. 6

Health system-based physician groups — due Feb. 6

Urgent-care facilities — due Feb. 6

Meeting facilities (non-hotel) — due Feb. 6

Hotel-based meeting facilities — due Feb. 6

Caterers — due Feb. 6

Family-owned & -operated — due Feb. 13

Commercial printers — due Feb. 13

Advertising, marketing & PR — due Feb. 13

Signage companies — due Feb. 13

Consultants, including financial, management & coaching, SEO & social media, and other/niche — due Feb. 13

Engineering firms — due Feb. 20

LEED-accredited professionals — due Feb. 20

Electrical contractors — due Feb. 20

Tourist attractions — due Feb. 20

Theaters and art centers — due Feb. 20

Note: Several upcoming lists, including caterers, advertising agencies and others, have moved backward or forward a number of months in our editorial calendar. Download a 2013 editorial calendar if needed.

Completing a survey doesn’t guarantee a spot on a list — that depends on how many companies are listed in a particular category and where your company falls in the ranking compared with the other companies — but information from all companies that submit surveys is available on the alphabetic directories on our website, Blank surveys are available at


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Alaine Keisling

Alaine Keisling is the Business Journal's researcher. If you have a question about any of our lists, email her at For a survey form, click here.

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