Matrix had a consolidated backlog of projects worth more than $497 million through June 30, the end of its 2012 fiscal year. Hewitt said the trend has continued in the early part of fiscal year 2013.
The company's rebranding was an effort to get away from a regional focus and bring its business units more in line with its North American market segments.
“Consistent with our heritage, the company was often perceived as only a tank contractor, despite the expansion of our services through organic growth and acquisition into many different disciplines,” Hewitt said. “We recently introduced the new brand identity, logo and tagline to better reflect these expanded capabilities and to complement our strategic growth plans.”
Matrix also is looking at possible acquisitions. Hewitt said the company has looked at more than 75 possible targets in the last year in three main areas: industrial cleaning; electrical infrastructure; and small construction firms.
“We are looking to achieve annual revenue growth of 12 to 15 percent over the next five years, and acquisitions will play an important role in achieving that growth,” Hewitt said. “We are currently and will continue to look for tuck-in acquisitions that complement our current business and will help accelerate the growth in some targeted markets.”