How the AEC industry leaders stack up

Phoenix Convention Center, Phoenix, Ariz.; Architect: Populous (A 8), with Leo A Daly (AE 8); MEP engineer: Syska Hennessy (E 2); Structural engineer: Magnusson Klemencic Associates (E 33); Contractor: Hunt Construction Group (CM 11, C 14); Photo: Courtesy Magnusson Klemencic Associates
July 22, 2011

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Architecture Firms

Architecture/Engineering Firms

BIM Contractor

BIM Design Firms

Construction Mgmt. Firms

Contractors

Engineering Firms

Engineering/Architecture Firms

Government Contractors

Government Design Firms

Green Contractors

Green Design Firms

Healthcare Contractors

Healthcare Design Firms

Hotel Contractors

Hotel Design Firms

K12 Contractors

K12 Design Firms

LEED AP Contractors

LEED AP Design Firms

MultiFamily Contractors 

MultiFamily Design Firms

Office Contractors

Office Design Firms

Reconstruction Contractors

Reconstruction Design Firms

Retail Contractors

Retail Design Firms

University Contractors

University Design Firms

Giants 300 Methodology

BD+C’s annual Giants 300 listings rank the U.S. and Canadian firms that designed or constructed the largest volume of commercial, institutional, industrial, and multifamily residential buildings in 2010. This spring, the editors surveyed the largest AEC firms, ranking the top 300 across six categories: architects, architect/engineers, engineers, engineer/architects, contractors, and construction managers. All firms are ranked by reported revenue for 2010. Please note: Civil engineering work (including roads and bridges), single-family homes, and certain building types (e.g., power plants, oil drilling rigs) are excluded from the BD+C Giants 300 financial data.—The Editors
 

         
 

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