Paradigm Mechanical Corporation Named One of San Diego’s Fastest Growing Companies


Paradigm Mechanical Corp. was recognized by the San Diego Business Journal as one of San Diego County’s top 100 fastest growing companies based on its percentage increase in revenue between fiscal years 2013 and 2016.  To be considered for the prestigious listing, companies needed to be privately held and based in San Diego County.  The data sources used were the companies, CPA attestation letters, and San Diego Business Journal list files.

The 15th annual awards presentation was held at the Paradise Point Resort & Spa in San Diego on July 13.  CEO, President, and Founder, Melinda Dicharry, accepted Paradigm’s Fastest Growing Private Company plaque from San Diego Business Journal.

Paradigm Mechanical Corp. is a woman-owned, small business, mechanical contracting company serving a wide range of government, commercial, industrial, medical, laboratory, and service clients throughout the Southern California region.  Paradigm Mechanical specializes in offering creative solutions to get the most challenging jobs done.  Every project is carefully planned and executed, keeping the end user’s concerns and needs in mind.  For this reason, Paradigm’s customers are confident their mechanical construction and service needs are met, even if the project requires night or weekend work.

“We are highly honored to again be recognized as one of the 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies in 2017.  Our ability to provide exceptional, strategic mechanical solutions to our many customers has fueled our growth and this prestigious award is recognition of that achievement.  At Paradigm Mechanical, we plan to expand to meet the growing demand for our services.  I also want to say that this honor is due to the many years of hard work and dedication of our talented team.  Thanks to their commitment and perseverance, Paradigm has achieved a significant milestone in its evolution as a premier mechanical construction contractor and service provider in San Diego County,” said CEO, Melinda Dicharry.