For all the hoopla about the ecommerce boom and “last mile” order fulfillment driving demand for more warehouse and manufacturing space, construction of industrial buildings actually declined over the past five years, albeit marginally by 2.1% to $27.3 billion in 2022, according to estimates by IBIS World. Still, construction in this sector remains buzzy.
Clayco, Arco Construction, Ryan Companies, and STO Building Group top the ranking of the nation's largest industrial facility sector contractors and construction management (CM) firms for 2022, as reported in Building Design+Construction's 2022 Giants 400 Report.
Jacobs, Integrated Project Services, Burns & McDonnell, and Kimley-Horn head the ranking of the nation's largest industrial facility sector engineering and engineering/architecture (EA) firms for 2022, as reported in Building Design+Construction's 2022 Giants 400 Report.
Ware Malcomb, Stantec, Haskell, and Macgregor Associates Architects top the ranking of the nation's largest industrial facility sector architecture and architecture/engineering (AE) firms for 2022, as reported in Building Design+Construction's 2022 Giants 400 Report.
Office Buildings | Jul 27, 2017
The center will cover about 30,000 sm and feature 18 simulators.
Industrial Facilities | Jul 26, 2017
The company says the new facility will create 770 jobs over the next 15 years.
Industrial Facilities | Jul 21, 2017
The buildings will total 686,300 sf, with each building accounting for 343,150 sf.
Industrial Facilities | Feb 21, 2017
The project looks to provide an enhanced sense of place for tenant companies and community members.
Transit Facilities | Sep 29, 2016
Skanska-built light-rail extension in Los Angeles achieves Envision’s highest recognition.
Sep 1, 2016
Stantec, BRPH, Fluor Corp., Walbridge, Jacobs, and AECOM top Building Design+Construction’s annual ranking of the nation’s largest industrial sector AEC firms, as reported in the 2016 Giants 300 Report.
Industrial Facilities | Jul 25, 2016
A committee will evaluate proposals in September.
Industrial Facilities | Jun 16, 2016
The expansion of the Panama Canal might make some eastern U.S. ports more attractive to large-vessel operators. But West Coast ports aren’t ready to roll over and play dead just yet.