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Giants 300 University Report

Giants 300 University Report

Residence halls, infrastructure bright spots in university sector


August 11, 2010
This article first appeared in the 200907 issue of BD+C.
Project: Medical Education Building, Emory School of Medicine, AtlantaArchitect: The S/L/A/M Collaborative (AE 31)Structural engineer: KSI Structural EngineersMEP engineer: Newcomb & Boyd (E 31)General contractor: The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. (C 7)Photo: Courtesy The S/L/A/M Collaborative


University construction spending is 13% higher than a year ago—mostly for residence halls and infrastructure on public campuses—and is expected to slip less than 5% over the next two years. However, the value of starts dropped about 10% in recent months and will not return to the 2007–08 peak for about two years.

Company Billings ($)
Source: 2009 Giants 300 survey. For expanded university design rankings, visit: www.BDCnetwork.com/Giants
1 Burt Hill 81,834,000
2 HOK 75,200,000
3 AECOM Technology Corp. 63,529,000
4 Cannon Design 51,084,000
5 Perkins+Will 48,000,000
6 Gensler 37,215,000
7 SmithGroup 36,948,750
8 HDR Architecture 33,940,000
9 Arup 33,000,000
10 RMJM 32,497,392
11 Sasaki Associates 30,950,000
12 Ellerbe Becket 28,299,184
13 Dewberry 28,270,000
14 Jacobs 27,144,560
15 Affiliated Engineers 27,132,120
16 EYP Architecture & Engineering 25,500,000
17 Parsons Brinckerhoff 25,098,000
18 Stantec 24,596,000
19 URS Corp. 21,000,000
20 R.G. Vanderweil Engineers 20,393,105


Company Value put in place ($)
Source: 2009 Giants 300 survey. For expanded university contractor rankings, visit: www.BDCnetwork.com/Giants
1 Turner 1,150,600,000
2 Gilbane Building Co. 703,599,820
3 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. 492,258,678
4 Structure Tone 454,141,500
5 Skanska USA Building 427,071,221
6 Swinerton Inc. 299,360,000
7 Webcor Builders 293,807,692
8 PCL Construction Enterprises 288,471,629
9 McCarthy Holdings 277,101,000
10 Flintco Cos., The 254,428,800
11 JE Dunn Construction Group 248,391,000
12 Mortenson Construction 226,008,000
13 Hoffman Construction 224,000,000
14 Bovis Lend Lease 212,903,379
15 Clark Group 210,050,000
16 Austin Industries 208,199,672
17 Hensel Phelps Construction 200,220,000
18 C.W. Driver 177,710,764
19 Hunt Construction Group 175,000,000
20 DPR Construction 165,245,490


2009 2008 Company 2008 Billings ($)
Rank
Source: 2009 Giants 300 survey. For expanded Engineering Firmrankings, visit: www.BDCnetwork.com/Giants
1 4 Syska Hennessy Group 115,600,000
2 2 Fluor Corp. 114,470,000
3 3 KPFF Consulting Engineers 81,000,000
4 6 Affiliated Engineers 75,367,000
5 5 Smith Seckman Reid 68,260,000
6 10 Walter P Moore 64,572,266
7 18 Henderson Engineers 58,350,590
8 14 KJWW Engineering Consultants 58,265,636
9 8 R.G. Vanderweil Engineers 55,116,500
10 11 TLC Engineering for Architecture 54,685,784
11 John A. Martin & Associates 53,821,300
12 15 Clark, Richardson & Biskup Consulting Engineers 53,688,000
13 17 TMAD Taylor & Gaines 51,030,000
14 16 Schirmer Engineering Corp. 49,483,833
15 20 M-E Engineers 44,700,000
16 19 Rolf Jensen & Associates 44,595,000
17 23 Environmental Systems Design 42,000,000
18 21 Weidlinger Associates 41,000,000
19 22 Magnusson Klemencic Associates 40,000,000
20 25 Glumac 35,500,000
21 41 Mazzetti Nash Lipsey Burch 32,500,000
22 26 RDK Engineers 32,000,000
23 Degenkolb Engineers 31,124,000
24 33 KCI Technologies 28,300,000
25 12 X-nth 27,095,370
26 27 Interface Engineering 26,624,398
27 9 Birdsall Services Group 26,350,000
28 29 Coffman Engineers 26,259,000
29 28 Sparling 26,250,000
30 30 M/E Engineering 25,735,000
31 44 Newcomb & Boyd 25,577,207
32 32 H.F. Lenz Co. 24,000,000
33 42 Heapy Engineering 21,573,000
34 31 Henneman Engineering 21,083,000
35 37 GHT Limited 19,600,000
36 43 Rutherford & Chekene 17,236,000
37 38 Joseph R. Loring & Associates 16,800,000
38 35 Lilker Associates Consulting Engineers 16,000,000
39 46 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers 15,341,792
40 36 Wallace Engineering 15,070,000
41 Dunham Associates 14,500,000
42 47 Peter Basso Associates 14,300,000
43 40 KTA Group 13,800,000
44 Brinjac Engineer 12,540,000
45 50 James Posey Associates 12,200,000
46 49 CB Engineers 10,410,000
47 45 Bala Consulting Engineers 10,200,000
48 48 Wick Fisher White Engineers 10,000,000
49 51 RMH Group, The 9,848,715
50 KLH Engineers 9,595,932
51 Allen & Shariff Corp. 9,500,000

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