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2021 Religious Sector Giants: Top architecture, engineering, and construction firms in the U.S. religious facility construction sector, as reported in the 2021 Giants 400 Report

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2021 Religious Sector Giants: Top architecture, engineering, and construction firms in the U.S. religious facility construction sector, as reported in the 2021 Giants 400 Report

Gensler, KPFF, Crossland Construction, and Rogers-O'Brien Construction head BD+C's rankings of the nation's largest religious facility sector architecture, engineering, and construction firms, as reported in the 2021 Giants 400 Report.


By BD+C Staff | January 3, 2022
Top 75 Religious Facility Architecture and AE Firms for 2021
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Gensler, KPFF, Crossland Construction, and Rogers-O'Brien Construction head BD+C's rankings of the nation's largest religious facility sector architecture, engineering, and construction firms, as reported in the 2021 Giants 400 Report.

Top 75 Religious Facility Architecture and AE Firms for 2021
  FIRM 2020 REVENUE
1 Gensler $5,551,291
2 GFF $3,206,103
3 LS3P Associates $2,361,635
4 CPL $1,916,596
5 FGM Architects $1,777,633
6 H2M Architects + Engineers $1,514,395
7 FXCollaborative $1,387,387
8 Think Architecture $1,347,750
9 Cuningham $1,166,439
10 Stantec $1,059,343
11 BLDD Architects $1,012,110
12 Zyscovich $987,254
13 RDG Planning & Design $902,632
14 HGA $859,779
15 McMillan Pazdan Smith $858,990
16 BWBR $848,673
17 Progressive AE $832,203
18 LaBella Associates $700,000
19 Todd & Associates $675,122
20 WATG $561,552
21 Kirksey Architecture $538,757
22 Ware Malcomb $505,857
23 Finegold Alexander Architects $451,384
24 Orcutt | Winslow $449,425
25 Plunkett Raysich Architects $441,261
26 Ennead Architects $406,550
27 LEO A DALY $388,474
28 Hafer $300,057
29 Lawrence Group $283,000
30 Miller Dunwiddie $252,631
31 Perkins and Will $250,000
32 Ratio Design $244,506
33 Champlin Architecture $208,492
34 Lunz Group, The $197,068
35 SchenkelShultz Architecture $185,993
36 Wold Architects and Engineers $180,000
37 Goodwyn Mills Cawood $176,789
38 Quinn Evans $171,027
39 Design Collaborative $171,006
40 SHP $160,000
41 Urbahn Architects $154,855
42 Little Diversified Architectural Consulting $144,285
43 CTA Architects $143,566
44 JLG Architects $142,392
45 Mithun $114,530
46 Core States Group $103,484
47 Garmann Miller & Associates $93,100
48 NSPJ Architects $90,141
49 KZF Design $87,301
50 Woolpert $77,044
51 Steinberg Hart $73,448
52 RKTB Architects $63,032
53 BBS Architects $62,974
54 Cooper Carry $62,853
55 Cromwell Architects Engineers $59,373
56 Clark Nexsen $52,500
57 Handel Architects $47,647
58 Dahlin Group Architecture Planning $45,000
59 AO $44,000
60 SGA | NarmourWright Design $39,886
61 Becker Morgan Group $36,752
62 GMB Architecture + Engineering $33,200
63 Method Architecture $33,011
64 Moody Nolan $30,495
65 Warner Nease Bost Architects $30,000
66 JRS Architect $25,000
67 ATA Beilharz Architects $24,000
68 HOK $17,000
69 DLA Architects $11,988
70 Performa $11,000
71 Clark & Enersen $10,954
72 DLZ Corp. $8,320
73 Eppstein Uhen Architects $7,000
74 Smallwood $6,212
75 CetraRuddy Architecture $4,546
76 Emersion Design $3,542
77 Hanbury $3,070
78 TreanorHL $2,354
79 Studio+ $1,400

SOURCE: 2021 Giants 400 Report 

 

 

Top 60 Religious Facility Engineering and EA Firms for 2021
  FIRM 2020 REVENUE
1 KPFF Consulting Engineers $6,279,000
2 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $2,850,000
3 Langan $1,600,000
4 Spectrum Engineers $1,021,752
5 Farnsworth Group $1,004,439
6 Buro Happold $1,000,000
7 IMEG Corp. $890,500
8 Bala Consulting Engineers $738,000
9 Morrison Hershfield $729,773
10 Halff Associates $581,000
11 CMTA $524,792
12 Wallace Design Collective $500,000
13 AKF Group $470,000
14 KCI Technologies $463,100
15 ME Engineers $443,000
16 Osborn Engineering $300,000
17 Jensen Hughes $269,684
18 Walter P Moore $261,111
19 PS&S $259,633
20 GRAEF $234,825
21 Kohler Ronan $220,981
22 Karpinski Engineering $210,000
23 NV5 Global $205,000
24 WSP USA $197,291
25 HEAPY $191,498
26 Olsson $183,634
27 Salas O'Brien $165,215
28 TLC Engineering Solutions $154,000
29 G2 Consulting Group $150,000
30 Cushing Terrell $145,773
31 French & Parrello Associates $142,738
32 Allen + Shariff $116,413
33 Martin/Martin Consulting Engineers $111,776
34 Kohrs Lonnemann Heil Engineers $108,733
35 H.F. Lenz $107,612
36 raSmith $105,379
37 JQ Engineering $102,586
38 LBYD $102,092
39 Peter Basso Associates $100,000
40 Arora Engineers $83,253
41 Newcomb & Boyd $81,472
42 Schaefer $75,323
43 Marque Engineering $65,125
44 Affiliated Engineers Inc. $62,996
45 Vanderweil Engineers $60,700
46 SSC Engineering $57,889
47 VJS Construction Services $44,000
48 Jaros, Baum & Bolles $41,721
49 KCL Engineering $40,670
50 P2S $38,181
51 Syska Hennessy Group $34,836
52 EAPC Architects Engineers $32,423
53 I.C. Thomasson Associates $31,134
54 Galloway & Company $25,992
55 Dewberry $18,400
56 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $15,970
57 Smith Seckman Reid $10,518
58 EXP $6,291
59 MHP Structural Engineers $4,150
60 Davis, Bowen & Friedel $2,625
61 Magnusson Klemencic Associates $2,550
62 Apogee Consulting Group $2,523

SOURCE: 2021 Giants 400 Report 

 

 

Top 45 Religious Facility Contractors and CM Firms for 2021
  FIRM 2020 REVENUE
1 Crossland Construction $151,992,075
2 Rogers-O'Brien Construction $79,022,627
3 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $35,704,131
4 JE Dunn $35,582,154
5 Brasfield & Gorrie $34,347,408
6 Shawmut Design and Construction $28,414,320
7 Boldt Company, The $15,280,000
8 Hill & Wilkinson General Contractors $14,061,971
9 Nabholz $13,457,974
10 Skanska USA $12,611,710
11 Hoar Construction $10,533,000
12 James G. Davis Construction $10,017,043
13 Weitz Company, The $9,638,000
14 Gilbane Building Company $8,435,000
15 Sachse Construction $7,300,000
16 Batson-Cook $7,281,507
17 DeAngelis Diamond $6,286,000
18 KBE Building Corp. $6,023,216
19 Manhattan Construction Group $3,920,050
20 Clancy & Theys Construction $3,695,889
21 Wohlsen Construction Company $3,224,000
22 Archstone Builders $3,005,731
23 Hoffman Construction $2,632,339
24 W.E. O'Neil Construction $2,334,000
25 Hill International $1,505,776
26 VJS Construction Services $1,367,000
27 LeChase Construction Services $1,150,948
28 W. M. Jordan Company $803,956
29 Messer Construction $743,411
30 DPR Construction $656,000
31 Lawrence Group $599,200
32 Suffolk Construction $542,178
33 Turner Construction $497,877
34 Haselden Construction $447,609
35 Joeris General Contractors $398,573
36 Bette Companies, The $334,375
37 Yates Companies, The $310,000
38 New South Construction $257,000
39 McCownGordon Construction $173,612
40 Progressive AE $132,634
41 Paric Holdings $107,373
42 Russell Construction $100,000
43 Pepper Construction $92,019
44 Robins & Morton $47,139
45 CBRE $40,646
46 Brownstone $8,500
47 BlueScope Construction $1,220

SOURCE: 2021 Giants 400 Report 

 

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