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2016 GIANTS 300 REPORT: Ranking the nation's largest architecture, engineering, and construction firms

2016 GIANTS 300 REPORT: Ranking the nation's largest architecture, engineering, and construction firms

Now in its 40th year, BD+C’s annual Giants 300 report ranks AEC firms by discipline and across more than 20 building sectors and specialty services.


By BD+C Staff | July 19, 2016

Photo courtesy Corgan

For 40 years, the editors of Building Design+Construction have ranked the nation's largest AEC firms as part of the Giants 300 report. Below, we present the findings of our 2016 Giants 300 Report. 

Data for our Giants 300 charts is based on information supplied by the respective firms. Firms are asked to verify the accuracy of their data.

The Construction section includes two types of statistics. The Contractors chart reflects revenues for general contracting, design-build, CM at risk, and IPD—projects where all revenues flow through the contractor. The CM Agent + PM chart lists firms that derive their revenues through fees.

In the subsequent market-specific sections (Healthcare, Data Centers, Multifamily, Government, etc.) data labeled “Construction” includes all delivery methods combined (GC, DB, CM at risk, IPD, CM agent, PM).

We'd like to thank our Giants 300 sponsors for their support of the recognition program:

 

 
       
 
       
     
       
   
     
 

 

 

Rankings By Discipline 

ARCHITECTURE GIANTS (top A and AE firms) | Read Report | Sponsored by SageGlass
ENGINEERING GIANTS (top E and EA firms) | Read Report | Sponsored by Viega
CONSTRUCTION GIANTS (top GC and CM firms) | Read Report | Sponsored by AGC of America

Rankings by Specialty

BIM REPORT | Read Report
GREEN BUILDING SECTOR GIANTS | Read ReportSponsored by Trane
RECONSTRUCTION SECTOR GIANTS | Read Report

Rankings by Building Sector

AIRPORT TERMINAL SECTOR GIANTS | Read ReportSponsored by Leidos
CONVENTION CENTER GIANTS | Read Report
COURTHOUSE SECTOR GIANTS | Read Report
CULTURAL FACILITIES GIANTS | Read Report
DATA CENTER SECTOR GIANTS | Read Report
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT GIANTS | Read Report
HEALTHCARE SECTOR GIANTS | Read Report
HOTEL SECTOR GIANTS | Read Report
INDUSTRIAL SECTOR GIANTS | Read Report
K-12 SCHOOL SECTOR GIANTS | Read Report | Sponsored by MortarNet
LOCAL GOVERNMENT GIANTS | Read Report
MILITARY SECTOR GIANTS | Read Report
MULTIFAMILY SECTOR GIANTS | Read ReportSponsored by Delta Faucet
OFFICE SECTOR GIANTS | Read Report
RELIGIOUS FACILITIES GIANTS Read Report
RETAIL SECTOR GIANTS | Read Report
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY SECTOR GIANTS | Read Report
SPORTS FACILITY SECTOR GIANTS | Read Report
STATE GOVERNMENT GIANTS | Read Report
TRANSIT/TOD SECTOR GIANTS | Read Report
UNIVERSITY SECTOR GIANTS | Read Report
 

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