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Call for entries: 2015 Giants 300 survey

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Call for entries: 2015 Giants 300 survey

The Giants 300 survey results will be published in the July 2015 issue of Building Design+Construction. 

By BD+C Staff | February 24, 2015
Call for entries: 2015 Giants 300 survey

Great Hall, Tom Bradley International Terminal, Los Angeles International Airport. Photo: @Lawrence Anderson

The annual Giants 300 Report ranks the top AEC firms in commercial construction, by revenue. You’ll want to be sure your firm is on the Giants 300 list, as potential clients look to these rankings for prospective firms to design and construct their future projects. Giants 300 results will be published in our July 2015 issue.




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Completed surveys must be returned by Friday, April 24, 2015. Please fill out the survey form and attach it in an email to BOTH dbarista@sgcmail.com and bdcGiants2015@sgcmail.com.

There are two additional ways to participate in the July Giants 300 report:


As in years past, we're looking for great project photos for use in the July Giants issue, including on the cover. Please email your photo submissions to me (dbarista@sgcmail.com) by April 24. If possible, please include a short description of each image, with the project name and location and key Building Team members (owner/client, architect, structural engineer, MEP engineer, and contractor), and photo credit.


The editors would like to hear from your AEC teams on the latest trends, projects, and innovations across a number of major building sectors that will be covered in the July Giants issue. They include: government, green building, healthcare, higher education, hotels/hospitality, K-12 schools, military, multifamily, office buildings, reconstruction, retail, science & technology, sports & recreation, and transit/TOD. Please email a short summary (and photos, if applicable) of your trends/innovations/projects for any of these sectors to dbarista@sgcmail.com by April 24.

Questions? Contact David Barista, Editorial Director, at dbarista@sgcmail.com or 847-954-7929.

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