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Top Government Sector Construction Firms [2013 Giants 300 Report]

Top Government Sector Construction Firms [2013 Giants 300 Report]

Clark Group, Turner, PCL head Building Design+Construction's 2013 ranking of the largest government sector contractors and construction management firms in the U.S.


By BD+C Staff | July 18, 2013
Rank Company 2012 Government Revenue ($)
1 Clark Group $2,490,446,190
2 Turner Corporation, The $2,263,528,000
3 PCL Construction Enterprises $1,990,709,582
4 Hensel Phelps $1,261,539,776
5 Balfour Beatty $1,253,718,331
6 Walsh Group, The $1,080,133,038
7 Gilbane $917,333,000
8 McCarthy Holdings $662,000,000
9 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $559,879,593
10 JE Dunn Construction $543,694,613
11 B. L. Harbert International $504,804,208
12 Lend Lease $493,198,000
13 Skanska USA $481,675,589
14 Manhattan Construction $446,717,000
15 ECC $436,042,483
16 Mortenson Construction $336,009,000
17 Tutor Perini Corporation $325,701,173
18 Swinerton Builders $281,279,500
19 DPR Construction $280,416,001
20 Hunt Construction Group $236,000,000
21 Weitz Co., The $207,000,000
22 Jones Lang LaSalle $203,218,000
23 Flintco $196,050,000
24 Yates Cos., The $193,200,000
25 CORE Construction Group $180,626,110
26 Sundt Construction $178,177,264
27 Hunt Companies $167,557,234
28 Walbridge $147,929,436
29 Brasfield & Gorrie $141,324,563
30 James G Davis Construction $130,000,000
31 Messer Construction $122,221,266
32 Coakley & Williams Construction $117,586,094
33 Ryan Companies US $115,764,251
34 W. M. Jordan Co. $113,777,769
35 Linbeck Group $93,000,000
36 Shawmut Design and Construction $90,000,000
37 C.W. Driver $89,586,885
38 Consigli Construction $87,137,591
39 HITT Contracting $85,333,875
40 E.W. Howell $78,846,000
41 Suffolk Construction $71,967,310
42 O'Neil Industries/W.E. O'Neil $67,409,145
43 Pepper Construction Group $66,252,000
44 Clancy & Theys Construction $59,743,000
45 Absher Construction $55,810,000
46 Haskell $52,656,368
47 Holder Construction $47,000,000
48 Bernards $46,000,000
49 Layton Construction $46,000,000
50 Structure Tone $39,024,000
51 Hoar Construction $32,883,000
52 Harkins Builders $30,500,000
53 Hoffman Construction $28,367,133
54 Barton Malow $25,600,015
55 Paric $20,000,000
56 Bomel Construction $19,400,000
57 New South Construction $17,530,000
58 Choate Construction $17,085,572
59 Kitchell $16,910,000
60 Stalco Construction $16,800,000
61 Doster Construction $16,719,973
62 James McHugh Construction $16,433,441
63 EMJ $15,000,000
64 Robins & Morton $13,900,000
65 S. M. Wilson & Co. $12,940,610
66 LPCiminelli $9,646,341
67 Hill & Wilkinson General Contractors $9,087,195
68 IMC Construction $8,996,480
69 Bette Companies, The $8,000,000
70 Batson-Cook $7,287,137
71 Kraus-Anderson Construction $7,000,000
72 Graycor $1,978,804
73 KBE Building Corporation $1,615,073
74 Power Construction $300,000
75 Boldt Company, The $153,885
76 Alberici Constructors $100,186

 

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