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Top Local Government Sector Construction Firms [2013 Giants 300 Report]

Top Local Government Sector Construction Firms [2013 Giants 300 Report]

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


By BD+C Staff | July 18, 2013
Rank Company 2012 Local Government Revenue ($)
1 Turner Corporation, The $1,226,581,000
2 Clark Group $548,902,070
3 PCL Construction Enterprises $517,584,491
4 Walsh Group, The $450,441,105
5 Manhattan Construction $243,963,000
6 Hunt Construction Group $196,000,000
7 Gilbane $191,794,000
8 McCarthy Holdings $176,000,000
9 Balfour Beatty $171,637,641
10 Skanska USA $157,244,000
11 Flintco $136,000,000
12 Tutor Perini Corporation $133,802,102
13 Hensel Phelps $115,779,020
14 Coakley & Williams Construction $92,161,782
15 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $91,018,874
16 Shawmut Design and Construction $90,000,000
17 C.W. Driver $82,690,564
18 Jones Lang LaSalle $71,807,280
19 Messer Construction $70,425,218
20 O'Neil Industries/W.E. O'Neil $66,772,883
21 Sundt Construction $60,800,674
22 JE Dunn Construction $49,135,681
23 Holder Construction $47,000,000
24 Suffolk Construction $42,967,386
25 CORE Construction Group $40,823,749
26 Swinerton Builders $38,127,950
27 Clancy & Theys Construction $36,766,000
28 Layton Construction $35,000,000
29 Mortenson Construction $34,582,000
30 Walbridge $34,000,000
31 W. M. Jordan Co. $32,836,071
32 Lend Lease $26,345,000
33 Brasfield & Gorrie $21,905,473
34 Paric $20,000,000
35 Ryan Companies US $18,608,330
36 Stalco Construction $16,800,000
37 James McHugh Construction $16,433,441
38 HITT Contracting $16,032,387
39 Bomel Construction $16,000,000
40 EMJ $15,000,000
41 Bernards $14,000,000
42 Weitz Co., The $13,000,000
43 Choate Construction $12,058,849
44 Linbeck Group $11,000,000
45 Hill & Wilkinson General Contractors $9,087,195
46 IMC Construction $8,996,480
47 E.W. Howell $7,924,000
48 Yates Cos., The $7,400,000
49 Batson-Cook $7,287,137
50 Kraus-Anderson Construction $7,000,000
51 Structure Tone $4,512,000
52 Kitchell $3,950,000
53 S. M. Wilson & Co. $3,052,915
54 LPCiminelli $2,702,059
55 DPR Construction $2,224,982
56 Bette Companies, The $2,000,000
57 Hoar Construction $1,173,000
58 Hunt Companies $920,149
59 Hoffman Construction $785,912
60 New South Construction $230,000
61 Boldt Company, The $153,885
62 Power Construction $100,000
63 Graycor $72,800

 

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