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INDUSTRIAL GIANTS: A ranking of the nation's top industrial design and construction firms

INDUSTRIAL GIANTS: A ranking of the nation's top industrial design and construction firms

Stantec, BRPH, Fluor Corp., Walbridge, Jacobs, and AECOM top Building Design+Construction’s annual ranking of the nation’s largest industrial sector AEC firms, as reported in the 2016 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | September 1, 2016

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TOP 30 INDUSTRIAL ARCHITECTURE FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Stantec $52,108,714
2 BRPH $40,130,326
3 Ware Malcomb $15,715,366
4 Gresham, Smith and Partners $13,206,000
5 Epstein $12,204,600
6 Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon $8,950,000
7 Guernsey $6,253,390
8 Bergmann Associates $5,052,840
9 Leo A Daly $4,638,562
10 Clark Nexsen $4,360,000
11 Harley Ellis Devereaux $3,800,000
12 STG Design $3,420,000
13 HOK $3,356,000
14 Beck Group, The $3,219,199
15 RSP Architects $3,013,000
16 Albert Kahn Associates $3,000,000
17 RS&H $2,700,000
18 DGA $2,567,994
19 Moody Nolan $2,300,000
20 CTA Architects Engineers $2,143,194
21 Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood $2,052,384
22 LS3P $1,579,623
23 Gensler $1,500,000
24 Marshall Craft Associates $1,457,373
25 SMMA | Symmes Maini & McKee Associates $1,433,399
26 Morris Architects $1,395,000
27 Kirksey Architecture $1,330,761
28 Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners $1,195,208
29 Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor $1,129,100
30 NORR $1,052,433
31 ATA Beilharz Architects $1,034,431
32 Environetics $742,792
33 OZ Architecture $657,387
34 Heery International $614,490
35 Emersion Design $610,030
36 Baskervill $578,905
37 Rosser International $556,321
     
     
TOP 80 INDUSTRIAL CONSTRUCTION FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Fluor Corp. $1,223,010,000
2 Walbridge $999,000,000
3 Gray Construction $895,611,108
4 Turner Construction Co. $879,478,116
5 Clayco $648,000,000
6 Hoffman Construction $617,703,678
7 Yates Companies, The $572,800,000
8 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $546,445,294
9 AECOM $534,140,000
10 DPR Construction $485,090,000
11 Alberici-Flintco $400,426,832
12 Gilbane Building Co. $394,703,000
13 LPCiminelli $392,302,000
14 Boldt Company, The $383,414,848
15 Barton Malow Co. $326,435,545
16 Jacobs $325,500,000
17 PCL Construction Enterprises $316,370,796
18 Haskell $308,953,119
19 Skanska USA $291,968,243
20 Benham Design $286,208,822
21 Ryan Companies US $256,656,840
22 Lendlease $247,572,000
23 Structure Tone $237,350,000
24 JE Dunn Construction $230,329,260
25 Mortenson Construction $215,686,000
26 Brasfield & Gorrie $215,053,316
27 Graycor $205,583,128
28 CRB $194,200,000
29 McCarthy Holdings $192,922,793
30 IPS $189,168,000
31 McShane Cos., The $174,903,990
32 Pepper Construction Group $165,940,000
33 Robins & Morton $164,870,000
34 LeChase Construction $144,721,800
35 Burns & McDonnell $144,414,420
36 Millie and Severson Inc. $139,782,463
37 Choate Construction Co. $118,402,080
38 Hensel Phelps $106,140,000
39 Paric Corporation $101,600,000
40 BlueScope Construction $87,902,611
41 Layton Construction Co. $78,800,000
42 Beck Group, The $75,808,761
43 Hill & Wilkinson General Contractors $71,955,000
44 Messer Construction Co. $70,200,000
45 Austin Industries $70,134,204
46 EMJ Corp. $68,495,286
47 Level 10 Construction $65,041,374
48 BL Harbert International $64,024,794
49 Jordan Foster Construction $59,000,000
50 McGough Construction $58,000,000
51 Schimenti Construction Co. $55,000,000
52 Epstein $51,200,000
53 Adolfson & Peterson Construction $47,830,000
54 W.E. O’Neil Construction Co. $37,293,606
55 New South Construction Co. $34,732,000
56 Graham Construction $30,700,000
57 S. M. Wilson & Co. $29,377,410
58 Holder Construction Co. $28,000,000
59 Shook Construction Co. $26,992,833
60 Sundt Construction $25,082,465
61 Hill International $19,000,000
62 Walsh Group, The $18,397,986
63 Hunter Roberts Construction Group $16,818,331
64 Leopardo Companies $16,015,558
65 Hagerman Group, The $11,000,000
66 Fortis Construction $9,954,310
67 JLL $9,080,130
68 Power Construction Co. $8,500,000
69 HITT Contracting $8,000,000
70 Haselden Construction $7,929,980
71 Branch & Associates $7,534,354
72 Manhattan Construction Group $7,045,000
73 C.W. Driver Companies $6,877,195
74 SSOE Group $6,580,000
75 BRPH $6,305,789
76 W.M. Jordan Company $5,366,820
77 Hoar Construction $4,875,000
78 VCC $3,482,262
79 Bette Companies, The $3,414,643
80 Zak Companies $2,589,604
81 Stalco Construction $2,200,000
82 Kitchell Corp. $1,811,997
83 WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff $1,388,000
84 Coakley & Williams Construction $1,373,624
85 Cahill Contractors $1,100,000
86 Cumming $1,027,000
87 dck worldwide $1,000,000
88 Balfour Beatty US $667,550
     
     
TOP 50 INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Jacobs $376,070,000
2 AECOM $372,820,000
3 Fluor Corp. $219,140,000
4 CRB $99,760,000
5 IPS $92,543,417
6 SSOE Group $91,240,000
7 Burns & McDonnell $55,044,777
8 Ghafari Associates $40,000,000
9 Benham Design $34,174,572
10 ThermalTech Engineering $23,650,000
11 Robins & Morton $17,540,000
12 Hixson Architecture, Engineering, Interiors $13,000,000
13 Affiliated Engineers $10,845,000
14 Coffman Engineers $10,330,788
15 Luckett & Farley $10,045,144
16 Jensen Hughes $9,873,913
17 Shive-Hattery $6,500,834
18 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger $6,342,000
19 I. C. Thomasson Associates $6,254,210
20 KJWW / TTG $6,110,000
21 Arup $5,215,217
22 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $4,660,000
23 STV $4,629,201
24 Stanley Consultants $3,811,036
25 Woolpert $3,339,562
26 Graef $2,706,059
27 Pedco E & A Services $2,650,000
28 P2S Engineering $2,358,525
29 M/E Engineering $2,344,177
30 Highland Associates $2,300,000
31 Walter P Moore $2,239,087
32 Baird, Hampton & Brown $1,890,082
33 Dewberry $1,851,537
34 KZF Design $1,462,116
35 Smith Seckman Reid $1,379,207
36 H.F. Lenz Company $1,299,139
37 RDK Engineers $1,251,505
38 JQ Engineering $1,235,100
39 Glumac $973,496
40 Cardno Haynes Whaley $963,026
41 Peter Basso Associates $883,125
42 KCI Technologies $800,000
43 Wick Fisher White $786,000
44 RMF Engineering $754,200
45 Magnusson Klemencic Associates $749,824
46 Vanderweil Engineers $670,400
47 WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff $644,000
48 Hankins and Anderson $628,528
49 TLC Engineering for Architecture $611,667
50 G & W Engineering Corp. $600,154
51 Interface Engineering $545,140

 

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