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BIM GIANTS: A ranking of the nation's top BIM design and construction firms

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BIM GIANTS: A ranking of the nation's top BIM design and construction firms

HOK, Perkins+Will, Turner Construction Co., The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., Jacobs, and Thornton Tomasetti top Building Design+Construction’s annual ranking of the nation’s largest BIM AEC firms, as reported in the 2016 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | August 30, 2016
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Image: Steve Jurvetson, flickr Creative Commons

TOP 140 BIM ARCHITECTURE FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 HOK $425,000,000
2 Perkins+Will $377,707,200
3 Stantec $376,618,905
4 Skidmore, Owings & Merrill $334,715,658
5 HKS $309,233,254
6 HDR $299,060,000
7 CannonDesign $195,200,000
8 SmithGroupJJR $168,559,864
9 CallisonRTKL $153,169,358
10 EYP $149,595,604
11 ZGF Architects $138,461,712
12 HGA $114,200,000
13 DLR Group $94,800,000
14 Page $93,400,000
15 Perkins Eastman $93,100,000
16 Gresham, Smith and Partners $85,896,000
17 Flad Architects $74,100,000
18 Cuningham Group Architecture $63,334,146
19 Clark Nexsen $62,745,871
20 NORR $61,869,969
21 Cooper Carry $59,839,601
22 LS3P $54,118,836
23 EwingCole $52,560,000
24 Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture $47,996,592
25 Studios Architecture $47,322,203
26 BWBR $46,252,301
27 Ballinger $45,000,000
28 Solomon Cordwell Buenz $44,798,559
29 Payette $43,404,931
30 CTA Architects Engineers $42,405,182
31 Beck Group, The $41,907,615
32 Huckabee $41,250,000
33 Kirksey Architecture $40,422,443
34 Shepley Bulfinch $40,419,000
35 tvsdesign $39,500,000
36 Moseley Architects $36,743,801
37 LMN Architects $36,500,000
38 LPA $35,231,270
39 Harley Ellis Devereaux $34,500,000
40 Westlake Reed Leskosky $34,178,838
41 Moody Nolan $33,772,700
42 CO Architects $33,492,500
43 Morris Architects $32,925,000
44 FKP Architects $31,650,800
45 Ware Malcomb $31,536,258
46 OZ Architecture $30,229,363
47 Robert A.M. Stern Architects $30,074,911
48 VOA Associates $28,098,000
49 Heery International $27,285,318
50 HNTB Corporation $26,310,707
51 Lawrence Group $25,266,000
52 Array Architects $24,700,000
53 JLG Architects $24,301,565
54 Integrus Architecture $24,284,055
55 Cambridge Seven Associates $24,256,000
56 Grimm + Parker Architects $23,500,000
57 Parkhill, Smith & Cooper $23,226,496
58 DGA $22,566,070
59 WDG $22,500,000
60 GBBN Architects $22,000,000
61 FreemanWhite $21,696,678
62 BRPH $21,093,821
63 Francis Cauffman $19,392,844
64 NAC Architecture $19,114,749
65 KSQ Design $19,048,329
66 RS&H $18,900,000
67 Lord Aeck Sargent $18,870,712
68 SMMA | Symmes Maini & McKee Associates $18,606,187
69 Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners $18,302,316
70 FGM Architects $18,187,219
71 FXFOWLE $18,007,478
72 Hnedak Bobo Group $17,699,997
73 STG Design $17,100,000
74 Hastings+Chivetta Architects $16,500,000
75 Goettsch Partners $16,300,000
76 Zyscovich Architects $16,094,506
77 Tsoi/Kobus & Associates $15,914,864
78 Legat Architects $14,970,000
79 GWWO $14,350,150
80 RSP Architects $13,965,000
81 Quattrocchi Kwok Architects $13,895,000
82 Wilson Architects $13,500,000
83 Architects Hawaii Ltd. $13,436,394
84 GGLO $13,092,541
85 Becker Morgan Group $13,050,477
86 Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor $13,000,000
87 Diamond Schmitt Architects $12,706,227
88 Davis Brody Bond $12,568,745
89 BLDD Architects $12,200,000
90 Fanning/Howey Associates $12,186,354
91 Margulies Perruzzi Architects $11,882,033
92 HMFH Architects $11,528,832
93 MBH Architects $11,179,172
94 Albert Kahn Associates $11,000,000
95 Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart $10,187,982
96 Environetics $10,005,692
97 Sink Combs Dethlefs $9,961,790
98 Rosser International $9,800,903
99 Schenkel & Shultz $9,634,000
100 GreenbergFarrow $9,519,666
101 P+R Architects $9,000,000
102 WD Partners $8,610,000
103 Anderson Mikos Architects $8,500,000
104 SB Architects $7,807,175
105 Bostwick Design Partnership $7,800,000
106 Baskervill $7,798,621
107 Harvard Jolly $7,794,775
108 Ashley McGraw Architects $7,640,038
109 DLA Architects $7,528,798
110 Bergmann Associates $7,216,334
111 GSB $6,795,000
112 PBK $6,785,000
113 FRCH Design Worldwide $6,756,000
114 FitzGerald Associates Architects $6,335,100
115 Vocon $6,210,350
116 IMC Construction $6,100,000
117 BKSK Architects $6,075,199
118 4240 Architecture $5,834,255
119 BBGM $5,500,000
120 Schrader Group Architecture $5,323,892
121 TK Architects International $5,295,190
122 GFF $5,181,382
123 DLA+ Architecture & Interior Design $4,972,476
124 Wright Heerema Architects $4,832,638
125 ai Design Group $4,612,268
126 Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon $4,525,000
127 Inventure Design Group $4,492,247
128 ACAI Associates $4,450,000
129 TEG Architects $3,897,864
130 Marshall Craft Associates $3,669,744
131 John Ciardullo Associates $3,446,323
132 Urbahn Architects $3,250,000
133 MV+A Architects $3,108,690
134 LK Architecture $3,000,000
135 DAG Architects $3,000,000
136 Mascari Warner Architects $2,895,000
137 MG2 $2,819,822
138 Large Architecture $2,790,036
139 Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio $2,500,000
140 NewStudio Architecture $1,975,000
141 Nadel $1,893,150
142 Jonathan Nehmer + Associates $1,847,749
143 Weber Thompson $1,641,027
144 Montroy Andersen DeMarco $1,340,000
145 Larson Design Group $1,250,308
146 Convergence Design $1,234,000
147 BBS Architects and Engineers $1,220,000
148 KGP Design Studio $1,136,000
     
     
TOP 90 BIM CONSTRUCTION FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Turner Construction Co. $6,824,674,613
2 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $4,068,018,545
3 Skanska USA $3,447,215,344
4 Gilbane Building Co. $3,184,848,000
5 PCL Construction Enterprises $3,041,006,122
6 Hensel Phelps $2,795,000,000
7 Clark Group $2,553,907,203
8 DPR Construction $2,468,780,000
9 Balfour Beatty US $2,422,539,498
10 Lendlease $2,413,482,000
11 Suffolk Construction Co. $2,388,538,300
12 McCarthy Holdings $2,289,454,438
13 Swinerton Inc. $2,198,600,000
14 JE Dunn Construction $2,168,330,192
15 Holder Construction Co. $2,000,000,000
16 Barton Malow Co. $1,395,839,748
17 Clayco $1,350,000,000
18 Hoffman Construction $1,315,655,280
19 Walbridge $1,245,000,000
20 Walsh Group, The $1,195,405,952
21 Beck Group, The $1,103,691,588
22 Hunter Roberts Construction Group $991,848,485
23 Messer Construction Co. $947,838,418
24 Yates Companies, The $911,100,000
25 Mortenson Construction $821,396,000
26 Brasfield & Gorrie $808,701,490
27 James G. Davis Construction Corp. $773,000,774
28 Manhattan Construction Group $739,294,000
29 Consigli Building Group $731,785,248
30 Power Construction Co. $726,000,000
31 HITT Contracting $708,500,000
32 Austin Industries $705,426,701
33 LPCiminelli $562,953,948
34 Shawmut Design and Construction $525,000,000
35 Hoar Construction $516,815,000
36 Alberici-Flintco $509,636,779
37 Bernards $504,600,000
38 Jacobs $468,085,250
39 Kraus-Anderson $460,000,000
40 Structure Tone $448,725,000
41 Robins & Morton $417,810,714
42 Pepper Construction Group $398,309,000
43 Choate Construction Co. $391,032,781
44 C.W. Driver Companies $331,702,342
45 W.M. Jordan Company $304,289,526
46 Level 10 Construction $296,391,244
47 IMC Construction $290,000,000
48 Cahill Contractors $284,144,000
49 VCC $283,875,000
50 Batson-Cook Co. $258,215,000
51 James McHugh Construction Co. $256,056,681
52 Clune Construction Co. $216,052,117
53 W.E. O’Neil Construction Co. $211,942,464
54 Benham Design $200,862,214
55 Rodgers Builders $192,918,000
56 Donohoe Construction Co. $185,961,000
57 Haselden Construction $167,398,656
58 New South Construction Co. $153,510,000
59 Gray Construction $152,335,608
60 Hill & Wilkinson General Contractors $149,766,000
61 Paric Corporation $140,000,000
62 KBE Building Corp. $134,724,853
63 Skender Construction $131,983,747
64 Branch & Associates $129,024,702
65 Fortis Construction $126,416,186
66 Juneau Construction Co. $118,768,130
67 Coakley & Williams Construction $99,627,584
68 LeChase Construction $94,500,000
69 BlueScope Construction $93,416,746
70 Leopardo Companies $93,072,650
71 IPS $75,667,200
72 CNY Group $74,600,000
73 S. M. Wilson & Co. $73,371,428
74 EMJ Corp. $73,261,690
75 Hill International $65,000,000
76 Doster Construction Co. $60,296,465
77 Heery International $42,237,437
78 Bomel Construction Co. $41,500,000
79 Millie and Severson Inc. $37,647,690
80 Harkins Builders $35,000,000
81 STV $19,044,373
82 Zak Companies $15,281,275
83 Cumming $12,324,000
84 SSOE Group $12,285,563
85 SMMA | Symmes Maini & McKee Associates $8,293,813
86 Core States Group $8,020,627
87 Lawrence Group $4,401,000
88 Stalco Construction $4,300,000
89 HNTB Corporation $1,267,288
90 Webcor Builders $368,178
91 Wendel $103,759
     
     
TOP 60 BIM ENGINEERING FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Jacobs $1,511,636,270
2 Thornton Tomasetti $162,297,213
3 KJWW / TTG $121,000,000
4 Vanderweil Engineers $88,022,400
5 Walter P Moore $72,264,662
6 Dewberry $63,459,703
7 Henderson Engineers $55,000,000
8 Ghafari Associates $55,000,000
9 BR+A Consulting Engineers $55,000,000
10 Syska Hennessy Group $51,704,945
11 Magnusson Klemencic Associates $49,483,828
12 ME Engineers $47,000,000
13 IPS $37,017,000
14 SSOE Group $33,903,220
15 TLC Engineering for Architecture $33,498,983
16 Benham Design $32,010,905
17 Yates Companies, The $28,600,000
18 Interface Engineering $27,393,632
19 Heapy Engineering $26,580,153
20 Affiliated Engineers $21,868,614
21 Hixson Architecture, Engineering, Interiors $21,200,000
22 STV $20,839,790
23 Bala Consulting Engineers $19,105,000
24 DeSimone Consulting Engineers $17,645,166
25 I. C. Thomasson Associates $17,600,000
26 Cardno Haynes Whaley $17,284,271
27 Walker Parking Consultants $16,300,618
28 Dunham Associates $16,300,000
29 Ross & Baruzzini $15,000,000
30 Luckett & Farley $13,548,000
31 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger $13,500,000
32 Jensen Hughes $12,094,000
33 Wallace Engineering $12,000,000
34 JQ Engineering $10,632,000
35 RDK Engineers $10,126,906
36 Hankins and Anderson $10,068,959
37 Graef $10,000,000
38 KLH Engineers $10,000,000
39 Newcomb & Boyd $9,704,677
40 Peter Basso Associates $8,925,487
41 Zak Companies $8,915,552
42 Sherlock, Smith & Adams $7,186,000
43 Pedco E & A Services $7,120,000
44 M/E Engineering $7,032,532
45 dbHMS $6,528,000
46 P2S Engineering $6,500,000
47 Core States Group $6,489,879
48 RMF Engineering $5,028,000
49 Global Engineering Solutions $5,000,000
50 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $4,543,043
51 KZF Design $4,284,226
52 Loring Consulting Engineers $4,200,000
53 Highland Associates $4,000,000
54 Apogee Consulting Group $3,908,175
55 KCI Technologies $3,000,000
56 William Tao & Associates $2,691,730
57 Baird, Hampton & Brown $2,470,000
58 ThermalTech Engineering $2,000,000
59 Architectural Engineers $1,773,091
60 Wendel $1,141,348
61 GHT Limited $1,010,000

 

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