HEADQUARTERS: New York City
FOUNDER: Arnon Rosan (CEO) EMPLOYEES: 14
EverBlock Systems started out making giant modular building blocks and interlocking panels that turned into walls and floors for offices, classrooms and military facilities. Throughout the pandemic, states and cities from New Jersey to New Orleans have used them to build temporary hospitals. Now the five-year-old company is working with schools in New York to convert gyms and auditoriums into classrooms for socially distanced learning. Despite losing most of its pre-pandemic business, EverBlock expects revenue to exceed $20 million this year, more than three times that of last year. Rosan, 51, has experience in disaster recovery, having provided modular floors for tents built by the National Guard and FEMA after Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy.