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Convention Center Report [2013 Giants 300 Report]

Convention Center Report [2013 Giants 300 Report]

Building Design+Construction's rankings of design and construction firms with the most revenue from convention center projects, as reported in the 2013 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | July 22, 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top Convention Center Architecture Firms

Rank Company 2012 Convention Center Revenue ($)
1 Populous $15,000,000
2 HKS $8,500,000
3 Gensler $5,143,000
4 Albert Kahn Family of Companies $4,411,177
5 Fentress Architects $3,654,925
6 HOK $3,050,000
7 LMN Architects $2,522,000
8 WATG / Wimberly Interiors $1,725,000
9 Sasaki Associates $1,536,974
10 Epstein $1,453,000
11 FXFOWLE Architects $1,143,139
12 Moody Nolan $1,000,000
13 Skidmore, Owings & Merrill $625,000
14 Westlake Reed Leskosky $500,000
15 ZGF Architects $476,139
16 NBBJ $339,000
17 HNTB Archtecture $216,399
18 BBS Architects, Landscape Architects and Engineers $200,000
19 Goodwyn, Mills & Cawood $150,000
20 NELSON $63,001
21 CTA Architects Engineers $55,900
22 Perkins+Will $42,462
23 Nadel $37,978
24 IBI Group $37,900
25 SHW Group $35,651
26 LS3P $19,861

 

 

 

Top Convention Center Engineering Firms

Rank Company 2012 Convention Center Revenue ($)
1 AECOM Technology Corp. $120,190,000
2 URS Corp. $7,789,187
3 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $2,720,000
4 Syska Hennessy Group $1,296,118
5 Magnusson Klemencic Associates $1,234,230
6 Rolf Jensen & Associates $1,200,000
7 Dewberry $1,148,500
8 Aon Fire Protection Engineering $1,000,000
9 M-E Engineers $600,000
10 Arup $591,738
11 RMF Engineering Design $500,000
12 Smith Seckman Reid $419,529
13 TLC Engineering for Architecture $321,506
14 Barge, Waggoner, Sumner and Cannon $300,000
14 Michael Baker Jr. $300,000
16 Interface Engineering $260,761
17 CJL Engineering $259,857
18 TTG $256,100
19 Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor $250,000
20 Degenkolb Engineers $178,151
21 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $168,689
22 Sparling $153,884
23 Joseph R. Loring & Associates $150,000
24 GRAEF $143,034
25 Walter P Moore $139,742
26 Davis, Bowen & Friedel $113,683
27 Allen & Shariff $100,000
28 Ross & Baruzzini $69,038
29 Glumac $64,000
30 Thornton Tomasetti $51,523
31 CTLGroup $50,000
31 Dunham Associates $50,000
33 Vanderweil Engineers $42,100
34 Newcomb & Boyd $38,635
35 Science Applications International Corp. $37,724
36 Guernsey $37,718
37 Environmental Systems Design $29,496
38 Total Building Commissioning $21,832
39 Karpinski Engineering $20,052
40 Affiliated Engineers $14,000
41 Henderson Engineers $4,694

 

 

 

Top Convention Center Construction Firms

Rank Company 2012 Convention Center Revenue ($)
1 Turner Corporation, The $213,030,000
2 Clark Group $117,804,946
3 Bernards $63,000,000
4 Hunt Construction Group $60,000,000
5 Tutor Perini Corporation $34,343,727
6 PCL Construction Enterprises $33,820,141
7 Yates Cos., The $15,000,000
8 Weitz Co., The $11,647,360
9 Jones Lang LaSalle $6,800,000
10 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $6,227,257
11 W. M. Jordan Co. $5,962,525
12 Brasfield & Gorrie $4,263,523
13 Walsh Group, The $3,780,756
14 Weis Builders $3,476,000
15 Holder Construction $1,000,000
16 Austin Commercial $595,174
17 Messer Construction $344,553
18 Stalco Construction $200,000
18 Walbridge $200,000

 

Read the full 2013 Giants 300 Report

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