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HOTEL SECTOR GIANTS: A ranking of the nation's top hotel sector design and construction firms

HOTEL SECTOR GIANTS: A ranking of the nation's top hotel sector design and construction firms

Gensler, HKS, Turner Construction Co., The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., Jacobs, and JBA Consulting Engineers top Building Design+Construction’s annual ranking of the nation’s largest hotel sector AEC firms, as reported in the 2016 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | September 1, 2016

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TOP 60 HOTEL ARCHITECTURE FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Gensler $91,500,000
2 HKS $57,997,014
3 NORR $22,605,845
4 SmithGroupJJR $22,320,000
5 CallisonRTKL $21,958,000
6 HOK $18,510,000
7 Perkins+Will $17,820,000
8 Cooper Carry $17,656,635
9 Perkins Eastman $15,600,000
10 Hnedak Bobo Group $14,619,878
11 DLR Group $13,700,000
12 Goettsch Partners $11,600,000
13 Cambridge Seven Associates $11,325,000
14 Leo A Daly $10,496,194
15 Moody Nolan $9,780,000
16 OZ Architecture $9,694,915
17 tvsdesign $9,320,000
18 SB Architects $8,053,516
19 Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart $8,003,425
20 Cuningham Group Architecture $7,538,757
21 Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio $7,304,149
22 Jonathan Nehmer + Associates $7,286,304
23 VOA Associates $6,864,144
24 FRCH Design Worldwide $6,526,000
25 LK Architecture $6,500,000
26 Baskervill $6,490,005
27 Rottet Studio $5,658,000
28 Stantec $5,590,985
29 BBGM $5,133,513
30 LMN Architects $4,594,000
31 GSB $3,744,920
32 Ware Malcomb $3,268,795
33 4240 Architecture $2,902,834
34 MG2 $2,737,176
35 Kirksey Architecture $2,418,497
36 Beck Group, The $2,352,247
37 RSP Architects $2,305,000
38 Zyscovich Architects $2,150,637
39 FXFOWLE $2,148,465
40 EDI International $2,011,323
41 Morris Architects $1,877,000
42 Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners $1,569,029
43 P+R Architects $1,500,000
44 WDG $1,494,000
45 Solomon Cordwell Buenz $1,459,308
46 EwingCole $1,314,000
47 Skidmore, Owings & Merrill $1,273,396
48 LS3P $1,273,247
49 Weber Thompson $1,241,367
50 Robert A.M. Stern Architects $990,000
51 Niles Bolton Associates $950,000
52 Lawrence Group $937,000
53 ZGF Architects $839,830
54 Architects Hawaii Ltd. $764,000
55 CTA Architects Engineers $727,152
56 LPA $710,380
57 Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood $702,961
58 STG Design $684,000
59 Legat Architects $570,000
60 Epstein $521,000
     
TOP 70 HOTEL CONSTRUCTION FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Turner Construction Co. $661,209,491
2 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $471,492,076
3 Balfour Beatty US $453,440,117
4 Swinerton Inc. $420,600,000
5 Plaza Construction $300,000,000
6 Mortenson Construction $273,221,000
7 Manhattan Construction Group $264,353,000
8 Hensel Phelps $245,800,000
9 Yates Companies, The $234,600,000
10 Structure Tone $214,360,000
11 Shawmut Design and Construction $178,000,000
12 AECOM $176,820,000
13 Suffolk Construction Co. $175,545,787
14 PCL Construction Enterprises $160,797,071
15 C.W. Driver Companies $138,522,683
16 W.E. O’Neil Construction Co. $124,625,182
17 Lendlease $119,452,000
18 EMJ Corp. $116,415,509
19 Layton Construction Co. $114,900,000
20 Clark Group $108,371,656
21 Gilbane Building Co. $103,915,000
22 Skanska USA $100,902,846
23 Walsh Group, The $100,782,947
24 W.M. Jordan Company $99,183,587
25 dck worldwide $97,026,000
26 JE Dunn Construction $90,832,888
27 DPR Construction $90,704,000
28 McCarthy Holdings $88,064,876
29 Alberici-Flintco $77,794,824
30 James McHugh Construction Co. $67,952,053
31 HITT Contracting $66,800,000
32 Ryan Companies US $65,409,660
33 Austin Industries $64,529,407
34 Choate Construction Co. $63,537,800
35 Webcor Builders $60,769,847
36 Pepper Construction Group $59,850,000
37 Gray Construction $59,434,972
38 Holder Construction Co. $49,000,000
39 Coakley & Williams Construction $46,782,049
40 Linbeck Group $46,000,000
41 Brasfield & Gorrie $37,992,322
42 McGough Construction $35,000,000
43 VCC $34,298,368
44 Kraus-Anderson $34,000,000
45 Power Construction Co. $32,500,000
46 Juneau Construction Co. $28,790,572
47 LPCiminelli $27,520,000
48 Hill & Wilkinson General Contractors $26,458,000
49 Hill International $24,000,000
50 Paric Corporation $24,000,000
51 Weis Builders $22,712,000
52 Donohoe Construction Co. $19,761,000
53 Robins & Morton $18,100,000
54 Hunter Roberts Construction Group $17,433,054
55 Sachse Construction $16,440,850
56 Cumming $16,432,000
57 Bomel Construction Co. $15,500,000
58 Jordan Foster Construction $10,000,000
59 Andersen Construction $10,000,000
60 Adolfson & Peterson Construction $9,730,000
61 Haselden Construction $9,480,333
62 Core Construction Group $9,066,431
63 JLL $8,464,886
64 Bernards $8,000,000
65 Hoar Construction $7,681,000
66 Batson-Cook Co. $5,554,492
67 LeChase Construction $4,760,000
68 Beck Group, The $4,669,340
69 Kitchell Corp. $3,838,009
70 Barton Malow Co. $3,171,457
71 Leopardo Companies $2,732,047
72 Doster Construction Co. $1,330,340
73 Bette Companies, The $1,321,747
74 BL Harbert International $1,261,727
75 Graycor $807,414
76 McShane Cos., The $699,990
     
TOP 30 HOTEL ENGINEERING FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Jacobs $24,700,000
2 JBA Consulting Engineers $21,860,431
3 DeSimone Consulting Engineers $8,575,551
4 Jensen Hughes $7,407,034
5 Thornton Tomasetti $6,327,614
6 Bala Consulting Engineers $5,875,000
7 Arup $4,816,790
8 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $4,010,000
9 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger $3,569,000
10 Walter P Moore $2,484,570
11 Magnusson Klemencic Associates $2,324,887
12 Glumac $2,272,145
13 TLC Engineering for Architecture $2,102,712
14 ME Engineers $2,100,000
15 Environmental Systems Design $2,095,786
16 KJWW / TTG $1,920,386
17 Syska Hennessy Group $1,496,563
18 Coffman Engineers $1,349,016
19 M/E Engineering $1,172,089
20 Vanderweil Engineers $1,132,700
21 Henderson Engineers $1,021,195
22 I. C. Thomasson Associates $933,000
23 G & W Engineering Corp. $750,193
24 Wendel $733,932
25 Cardno Haynes Whaley $671,494
26 Primera Engineers $586,785
27 Interface Engineering $579,724
28 JQ Engineering $477,400
29 Newcomb & Boyd $448,843
30 CTLGroup $400,000

 

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