West Slope firms rank among top private companies in Colorado

A Grand Junction-based construction firm once again tops a list of Western Slope businesses that rank among the top 250 privately owned companies in Colorado.

FCI Constructors moved up eight spots to 13th in the 2015 list compiled by ColoradoBiz magazine.

The 2015 rankings are based on self-reported gross revenues for 2014. Companies must be headquartered in Colorado to appear on the list.

FCI reported revenues of more than $308 million, a 33 percent increase over the previous year. The company employs 335 people.

Shaw Construction, a Denver-based firm with operations in Grand Junction, moved up four spots to 21st on the list with revenues of nearly $188 million.

Alpine Bank edged up one place to 30th with revenues of more than $114 million. Headquartered in Glenwood Springs, the bank operates 38 locations across Colorado.

Geostabilization International, a hazard mitigation firm based  in Grand Junction, slipped one spot to 47th on the list with revenues of $62 million.

Frank Henry Equipment, a Fruita company that supplies equipment to the oil and natural gas industry, jumped 25 spots to 69th in the rankings with revenues of nearly $33.3 million.

Dalby, Wendland & Co., a public accounting and business consulting firm based in Grand Junction, rose 16 spots to 96th with revenues of $16.8 million.

Action Publishing — a Grand Junction company that manufactures day planners, calendars and other accessories — climbed 15 spots to 200th with revenues of $3.2 million.

Revel Interactive, a digital marketing firm in Grand Junction, was new to the list at 233rd with reported revenues of more than $1.7 million.