Friday, November 8, 2013

Central Pennsylvania Business Journal Lists Highlight Local Businesses

Keystone Custom Homes
Many local business journals are famous for the "Book of Lists" they produce each year listing the top local corporations by industry and by overall revenue. Recently, the Central Pennsylvania Business Journal, which has a circulation of more than 10,000, released their newest Book of Lists, which included the top 100 private companies.

The top 100 private companies list ranks firms on an annual basis by total revenue, and represents those local companies whose dreams, dedication and hard work have propelled them into success. The list includes businesses in a variety of industries located in Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry and York counties. This year's top 10 companies making the list included D&H Distributing Co, Inc.; Rutter's Holdings, Inc.; High Companies; Shipley Group DBA Shipley Energy; Utz Quality Foods, Inc.; Vibra Healthcare LLC; Worley & Obetz, Inc,; Kinsley Construction, Inc.; Gannett Fleming, Inc. and Arthur J. Glatfelter Agency, Inc.

Making this list once again at no. 35 was local home builder Keystone Custom Homes. Since its beginning in 1992, Keystone Custom Homes has established itself as one of the area's largest and most successful home builders, having also made  this year's top 100 performing builders list.

Keystone Custom Homes has experienced massive expansion during the past 18 months, now operating a total of 48 communities within 10 counties in Pennsylvania and Maryland. The builder has already closed 250 homes in 2013, putting it on track to close more than 300 homes for the first time since 2008.

And, the regional builder isn't just winning awards for their work locally, they have also been recognized on a national basis multiple times, including winning the prestigious "America's Best Builder Award" from Builder Magazine and the National Association of Home Builders an unprecedented three times.

To learn more about Keystone Custom Homes' communities, be sure to visit their website at

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