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

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

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


By BD+C Staff | July 18, 2013
Rank Company 2012 State Government Revenue ($)
1 Jacobs Engineering Group $422,670,000
2 AECOM Technology Corp. $107,390,000
3 URS Corp. $39,573,323
4 Michael Baker Jr. $14,510,000
5 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger $8,900,000
6 Arup $8,586,368
7 Dewberry $7,169,346
8 STV $6,920,000
9 Coffman Engineers $3,966,000
10 Science Applications International Corp. $3,652,796
11 Merrick & Co. $3,500,000
12 RMF Engineering Design $3,200,000
13 WSP USA $2,875,000
14 Thornton Tomasetti $2,138,203
15 Rolf Jensen & Associates $2,000,000
16 Eaton Energy Solutions $1,970,568
17 RDK Engineers $1,964,000
18 Vanderweil Engineers $1,886,000
19 Smith Seckman Reid $1,752,739
20 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $1,510,000
21 Shive-Hattery $1,362,341
22 Brinjac Engineering $1,160,170
23 Clark Nexsen $1,145,879
24 TTG $1,050,500
25 KPFF Consulting Engineers $1,000,000
26 Interface Engineering $894,365
27 Affiliated Engineers $866,000
28 KJWW Engineering Consultants $826,098
29 Barge, Waggoner, Sumner and Cannon $800,000
29 H.F. Lenz $800,000
31 Bergmann Associates $578,000
32 Davis, Bowen & Friedel $574,755
33 KCI Technologies $500,000
34 TLC Engineering for Architecture $478,921
35 Newcomb & Boyd $458,031
36 Spectrum Engineers $402,673
37 GRW $338,725
38 Aon Fire Protection Engineering $300,000
38 Glumac $300,000
38 Syska Hennessy Group $300,000
41 GRAEF $259,738
42 SSOE Group $219,075
43 CTLGroup $200,000
43 M-E Engineers $200,000
45 Primera Engineers $162,000
46 Walker Parking Consultants $150,000
47 Guernsey $127,854
48 CJL Engineering $118,000
49 French & Parrello Associates $100,000
49 Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor $100,000
49 Peter Basso Associates $100,000
52 Heapy Engineering $98,982
53 Wick Fisher White $76,450
54 Degenkolb Engineers $71,640
55 OLA Consulting Engineers $70,000
56 Allen & Shariff $60,000
57 Wallace Engineering $50,000
58 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $48,233
59 G&W Engineering $40,000
60 Henderson Engineers $35,398
61 KLH Engineers $27,600
62 Ross & Baruzzini $25,993
63 Apogee Consulting Group $19,000
64 Walter P Moore $15,300

 

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