Reliant Land Services Annual Revenue, Number of Employees, Growth and Funding

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Phoenix, AZ USA
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Reliant Land Services's estimated annual revenue is currently $10.7M per year.
  • Reliant Land Services's estimated revenue per employee is $306,429

Employee Data

  • Reliant Land Services has 35 Employees.
  • Reliant Land Services grew their employee count by -12% last year.
  • Reliant Land Services currently has 7 job openings.

Executive Contacts

Bill WatkinsPresident
Beth HickeyDirector
Katherine McNellyDirector

RLS is a premiere project management organization dedicated to the telecommunication and wireless industry. Reliant Land Services, Inc., (RLS) produces a high volume of nationally distributed projects economically, with professionalism, maximum efficiency and speed. We pridefully employ professionals to perform all functions in a project life-cycle which take significant expertise for multiple tasks over time. Tying all of our offices, management and personnel together, is a very flexible and web-enabled database used to manage all of our projects and resources, providing integrated management and financial reporting. This also allows us quick adaption to a client's processes and reports, and keeps us focused on tasks no matter where they are taking place.



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Reliant Land Services News

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