Audubon Ranks #47 on the 2023 LSU100 and #15 on LSU ROARING20

Audubon Ranks #47 on the 2023 LSU100 and #15 on LSU ROARING20

EPC company honored for its continued growth and success with LSU alumni at the helm

METAIRIE, LA, November 7, 2023–Audubon Engineering Company (Audubon) was once again honored by Louisiana State University (LSU) on the 13th annual LSU100 and LSU ROARING20 rankings. Announced at a celebration on October 20, these rankings award the fastest-growing LSU graduate-owned or graduate-led businesses in the world.

LSU Alumni Lead EPC Company to Success | AudubonNo stranger to the LSU100, Audubon has made the grade seven times since the inception of this prestigious list. This year, Audubon joined a select few—ranking on both the LSU100 and the LSU ROARING20 lists. The LSU ROARING20 represents the pinnacle of the LSU100. These are the top 20 highest revenue-generating businesses within the LSU100, professionally assessed by growth and revenue each year.

As a leading provider of engineering, procurement, construction (EPC), fabrication, technical, and field solutions for more than 25 years, Audubon remains proud of its Louisiana roots and its Tigers in leadership. Notable LSU alumni include Audubon Chief Executive Officer David Robison, Chief Commercial Officer Jeffrey Gernon, and Founders Ryan Hanemann, Bob Rosamond, and Denis Taylor.

CEO David Robison noted: “Audubon’s roots are deep in Louisiana, and we’re thrilled to be listed among these prominent global businesses led by LSU grads. We are committed to collaboration, innovation, and international reach, values we know are also held firmly by LSU. As our company expands, we will continue to deliver the highest levels of integrity, accountability, and quality to our clients across industries.”

Commenting on the LSU rankings, CCO Jeffrey Gernon said: “Audubon is grateful to be recognized again as an LSU100 and ROARING20 business. Our growth and success over the years have always come from prioritizing our people. We attribute these rankings directly to our outstanding Audubon team, many of whom are proud LSU Tigers.”