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DATA CENTER SECTOR GIANTS: Fluor, Gensler, Holder Construction among top data center AEC firms

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DATA CENTER SECTOR GIANTS: Fluor, Gensler, Holder Construction among top data center AEC firms

BD+C's rankings of the nation's largest data center sector design and construction firms, as reported in the 2015 Giants 300 Report


By BD+C Staff | September 3, 2015
DATA CENTER SECTOR GIANTS: Beck Group, Fluor, Holder Construction among top data center AEC firms

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TOP DATA CENTER SECTOR ARCHITECTURE FIRMS

Rank Company 2014 Data Center Revenue ($)
1 Gensler $31,182,000
2 Corgan $24,910,000
3 HDR $16,672,000
4 Page $12,300,000
5 Glumac $9,106,002
6 Callison RTKL $5,832,738
7 HOK $4,854,000
8 RS&H $4,690,000
9 Sheehan Partners $3,600,000
10 Little $2,430,000
11 Moseley Architects $2,339,979
12 Clark Nexsen $2,000,000
13 KZF Design $1,613,112
14 Stantec $1,609,282
15 Harley Ellis Devereaux $1,578,000
16 Schrader Group Architecture $1,524,131
17 CTA Architects Engineers $1,082,546
18 Environetics $912,102
19 HGA Architects and Engineers $894,000
20 Becker Morgan Group $805,932
21 Nelson $800,345
22 Perkins Eastman $457,250
23 Kirksey Architecture $436,063
24 Harvard Jolly $415,568
25 Symmes Maini & McKee Associates $316,746
26 Ware Malcomb $289,749
27 OZ Architecture $250,000
28 JRS Architect $130,000
29 Heery International $128,885
30 Fentress Architects $16,419
31 Nadel $10,000

 

 

TOP DATA CENTER SECTOR ENGINEERING FIRMS

Rank  Company 2014 Data Center Revenue ($)
1 Fluor $252,890,000
2 AECOM $233,839,000
3 Jacobs $78,800,000
4 Carlson Design Construct $60,600,000
5 Syska Hennessy Group $39,593,799
6 Vanderweil Engineers $36,897,700
7 Core States Group $22,186,911
8 Dewberry $9,852,227
9 Environmental Systems Design $9,543,425
10 Highland Associates $8,100,000
11 SIGMA7 Design Group $6,732,668
12 Swanson Rink $5,530,000
13 Leidos $4,763,000
14 H.F. Lenz Company $4,707,000
15 Henderson Engineers $3,601,835
16 Newcomb & Boyd $3,485,565
17 Arup $2,748,321
18 RMF Engineering $2,300,000
19 Zak Companies $2,186,325
20 Wick Fisher White $2,137,000
21 RDK Engineers $2,076,000
22 KCI Technologies $2,000,000
23 Affiliated Engineers $1,788,000
24 Bala Consulting Engineers $1,770,000
25 Wendel $1,460,726
26 TLC Engineering for Architecture $1,306,327
27 WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff $1,210,554
28 Heapy Engineering $1,156,642
29 Dunham Associates $1,100,000
30 KPFF Consulting Engineers $945,200
31 Thornton Tomasetti $841,573
32 Cardno Haynes Whaley $696,168
33 William Tao & Associates $693,360
34 GRW $677,721
35 Karpinski Engineering $560,000
36 CRB $535,160
37 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $520,900
38 TTG $506,315
39 Aon Fire Protection Engineering $500,000
40 CJL Engineering $484,085
41 Ross & Baruzzini $442,368
42 Apogee Consulting Group $420,000
43 GHT Ltd. $400,000
44 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $400,000
45 Martin/Martin $366,932
46 Smith Seckman Reid $340,182
47 I. C. Thomasson Associates $320,000
48 KJWW Engineering Consultants $269,851
49 Mazzetti $261,657
50 Jensen Hughes $244,065
51 Hankins & Anderson $211,779
52 Barge, Waggoner, Sumner and Cannon $200,000
53 ThermalTech Engineering $150,000
54 GRAEF $150,000
55 Magnusson Klemencic Associates $134,117
56 Peter Basso Associates $117,000
57 Spectrum Engineers $85,297
58 TBC $71,921
59 P2S Engineering $60,749
60 SSOE Group $18,274

 

 

TOP DATA CENTER SECTOR CONSTRUCTION FIRMS

Rank Company 2014 Data Center Revenue ($)
1 Holder Construction $1,000,000,000
2 Whiting-Turner Contracting, The $904,814,999
3 Turner Construction $523,598,829
4 Hensel Phelps $353,970,000
5 JE Dunn Construction $318,318,883
6 DPR Construction $317,942,000
7 Hoffman Construction $277,434,802
8 Mortenson Construction $243,260,000
9 Balfour Beatty US $239,493,499
10 Structure Tone $223,175,000
11 Gilbane Building Co. $206,694,151
12 HITT Contracting $193,800,000
13 Fortis Construction $118,700,000
14 Skanska USA $85,736,994
15 Beck Group, The $80,913,560
16 Clune Construction $56,127,139
17 Brasfield & Gorrie $54,028,587
18 BlueScope Construction $20,830,000
19 McGough $14,000,000
20 Pepper Construction Group $10,887,000
21 Walsh Group, The $8,628,719
22 James G Davis Construction $8,258,518
23 Manhattan Construction $7,490,000
24 Yates Companies, The $7,400,000
25 O'Neil Industries $6,867,805
26 LeChase Construction Services $6,000,000
27 IMC Construction $6,000,000
28 PCL Construction $5,441,055
29 Robins & Morton $3,700,000
30 Weitz Company, The $2,619,000
31 Austin Industries $2,432,108
32 JLL $1,641,482
33 Ryan Companies $1,438,412
34 Cumming $1,247,116
35 Adolfson & Peterson Construction $1,141,860
36 Hill International $1,000,000
37 Lend Lease $774,000
38 Messer Construction $156,213
39 W. M. Jordan $69,705

 

 

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