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Top Federal Government Sector Engineering Firms [2013 Giants 300 Report]

Top Federal Government Sector Engineering Firms [2013 Giants 300 Report]

Fluor, URS, AECOM top Building Design+Construction's 2013 ranking of the largest federal government sector engineering and engineering/architecture firms in the U.S.


By BD+C Staff | July 18, 2013
Rank Company 2012 Federal Government Revenue ($)
1 Fluor $1,238,675,000
2 URS Corp. $243,003,486
3 AECOM Technology Corp. $109,000,000
4 Parsons Brinckerhoff $42,703,522
5 H&A Architects & Engineers $37,417,066
6 Merrick & Co. $30,000,000
7 Michael Baker Jr. $14,460,000
8 Affiliated Engineers $9,058,000
9 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $5,494,458
10 Dewberry $5,377,009
11 SSOE Group $4,332,078
12 BRPH $4,230,000
13 GHT Limited $4,200,000
14 WSP USA $4,150,000
15 KPFF Consulting Engineers $4,000,000
16 Arup $3,770,046
17 RMF Engineering Design $3,750,000
18 Syska Hennessy Group $3,200,000
19 Guernsey $2,835,981
20 Burns & McDonnell $2,500,000
21 STV $2,286,000
22 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $2,253,000
23 GRW $2,051,368
24 Vanderweil Engineers $2,029,000
25 Coffman Engineers $2,022,000
26 CCRD Partners $2,000,000
26 Rolf Jensen & Associates $2,000,000
28 Haynes Whaley Associates $1,878,235
29 Degenkolb Engineers $1,752,925
30 Clark Nexsen $1,610,728
31 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger $1,600,000
32 Newcomb & Boyd $1,551,855
33 Barge, Waggoner, Sumner and Cannon $1,500,000
34 TTG $1,375,250
35 H.F. Lenz $1,300,000
36 Interface Engineering $1,232,906
37 Glumac $1,172,000
38 Eaton Energy Solutions $1,151,312
39 M/E Engineering $1,134,350
40 Spectrum Engineers $1,024,300
41 Walker Parking Consultants $900,000
42 KJWW Engineering Consultants $874,692
43 RDK Engineers $852,000
44 Middough $800,000
45 AKF Group $753,880
46 Science Applications International Corp. $680,606
47 Buro Happold Consulting Engineers $620,000
48 Bergmann Associates $607,000
49 Henderson Engineers $512,903
50 Shive-Hattery $467,969
51 Allen & Shariff $390,000
52 KCI Technologies $300,000
53 Ross & Baruzzini $218,317
54 CTLGroup $200,000
55 Environmental Systems Design $183,085
56 Brinjac Engineering $167,171
57 Dunham Associates $160,000
58 TLC Engineering for Architecture $151,241
59 Aon Fire Protection Engineering $100,000
59 Rist-Frost-Shumway Engineering $100,000
61 Sparling $88,347
62 Thornton Tomasetti $76,498
63 Davis, Bowen & Friedel $40,000
64 Apogee Consulting Group $25,000
65 G&W Engineering $20,000

 

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