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LOCAL GOVERNMENT GIANTS: A ranking of the nation’s top design and construction firms in local sector work

LOCAL GOVERNMENT GIANTS: A ranking of the nation’s top design and construction firms in local sector work

HOK, Stantec, Turner Construction Co.,Clark Group, AECOM and STV top Building Design+Construction’s annual rankings of the nation’s largest local government sector AEC firms, as reported in the 2016 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | August 18, 2016

Inverness Village Hall, Inverness, Ill. Photo: Neva O'Laughlin, Wikimedia Creative Commons

TOP 80 LOCAL GOVERNMENT ARCHITECTURE FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 HOK $68,768,000
2 Stantec $64,900,215
3 Heery International $51,631,133
4 Perkins+Will $38,780,000
5 Skidmore, Owings & Merrill $25,350,502
6 Gensler $24,798,766
7 CannonDesign $13,700,000
8 RS&H $13,500,000
9 SmithGroupJJR $12,535,000
10 BLDD Architects $12,200,000
11 HNTB Corporation $11,751,594
12 HMFH Architects $11,528,832
13 LMN Architects $10,888,000
14 DLR Group $10,000,000
15 Moseley Architects $9,919,709
16 Sink Combs Dethlefs $9,917,748
17 NORR $9,571,784
18 Diamond Schmitt Architects $9,381,000
19 JLG Architects $9,234,595
20 Schenkel & Shultz $8,718,164
21 HGA $8,662,000
22 Ballinger $7,661,000
23 Rosser International $7,536,759
24 RNL Design $7,361,100
25 John Ciardullo Associates $6,526,357
26 Leo A Daly $5,715,903
27 Dattner Architects $5,466,682
28 Page $5,227,000
29 Grimm + Parker Architects $4,740,481
30 HDR $4,031,437
31 LPA $3,819,537
32 Guernsey $3,772,316
33 ZGF Architects $3,522,970
34 Architects Hawaii Ltd. $3,383,000
35 Morris Architects $3,357,000
36 ACAI Associates $3,240,963
37 Perkins Eastman $3,225,000
38 HMC Architects $2,904,546
39 tvsdesign $2,660,000
40 Becker Morgan Group $2,579,437
41 Parkhill, Smith & Cooper $2,498,471
42 Flad Architects $2,096,000
43 NBBJ $2,000,000
44 HKS $1,877,854
45 GWWO $1,861,228
46 Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood $1,860,135
47 Legat Architects $1,770,000
48 Gresham, Smith and Partners $1,718,000
49 Urbahn Architects $1,690,000
50 FXFOWLE $1,657,314
51 Clark Nexsen $1,618,064
52 Integrus Architecture $1,507,417
53 Epstein $1,505,000
54 Westlake Reed Leskosky $1,454,671
55 Solomon Cordwell Buenz $1,403,329
56 CallisonRTKL $1,379,000
57 Eppstein Uhen Architects $1,372,724
58 Lawrence Group $1,267,000
59 Convergence Design $1,226,000
60 Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners $1,206,084
61 Wold Architects and Engineers $1,200,000
62 Alliiance $1,168,050
63 Bergmann Associates $1,157,732
64 NAC Architecture $1,117,341
65 Cooper Carry $1,100,530
66 BWBR $1,085,989
67 LS3P $1,054,249
68 Harvard Jolly $1,026,367
69 Schrader Group Architecture $1,008,025
70 Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Associates $942,904
71 Studios Architecture $871,219
72 CTA Architects Engineers $841,992
73 OZ Architecture $770,003
74 EYP $759,633
75 Cambridge Seven Associates $752,000
76 Kirksey Architecture $714,959
77 BBS Architects and Engineers $679,000
78 GSB $635,920
79 Zyscovich Architects $586,329
80 Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor $570,000
81 Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon $500,000
     
     
TOP 60 LOCAL GOVERNMENT CONSTRUCTION FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Turner Construction Co. $1,266,263,257
2 Clark Group $1,002,321,680
3 Hensel Phelps $463,950,000
4 PCL Construction Enterprises $404,600,226
5 Skanska USA $340,388,604
6 Manhattan Construction Group $322,380,000
7 Balfour Beatty US $260,586,062
8 McCarthy Holdings $236,665,269
9 Mortenson Construction $157,543,000
10 Brasfield & Gorrie $144,038,517
11 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $122,577,190
12 Gilbane Building Co. $115,345,000
13 Kraus-Anderson $98,000,000
14 Walsh Group, The $83,936,815
15 JE Dunn Construction $78,400,248
16 W.E. O’Neil Construction Co. $73,558,012
17 Messer Construction Co. $65,028,115
18 Walbridge $64,076,000
19 Adolfson & Peterson Construction $54,930,000
20 AECOM $50,000,000
21 Core Construction Group $41,022,613
22 Bernards $32,000,000
23 Yates Companies, The $28,300,000
24 C.W. Driver Companies $26,746,865
25 HITT Contracting $25,390,000
26 S. M. Wilson & Co. $22,984,994
27 STV $22,475,331
28 Bette Companies, The $22,468,808
29 Kitchell Corp. $22,202,539
30 Rodgers Builders $22,112,000
31 Lendlease $16,901,000
32 New South Construction Co. $15,148,000
33 Ryan Companies US $14,521,127
34 Alberici-Flintco $13,146,764
35 Holder Construction Co. $11,000,000
36 Level 10 Construction $9,430,873
37 Hill & Wilkinson General Contractors $8,800,000
38 Hoffman Construction $7,948,038
39 Wendel $7,619,353
40 Shawmut Design and Construction $7,000,000
41 Choate Construction Co. $6,798,804
42 Stalco Construction $6,550,000
43 KBE Building Corp. $6,278,172
44 Coakley & Williams Construction $5,748,175
45 Layton Construction Co. $5,600,000
46 Power Construction Co. $5,000,000
47 BlueScope Construction $4,172,513
48 Paric Corporation $4,000,000
49 Hunter Roberts Construction Group $3,559,508
50 Bomel Construction Co. $3,400,000
51 W.M. Jordan Company $3,082,477
52 Jordan Foster Construction $3,000,000
53 dck worldwide $2,795,000
54 Consigli Building Group $2,436,459
55 Webcor Builders $1,720,978
56 LeChase Construction $1,500,000
57 Hoar Construction $1,283,000
58 Fortis Construction $1,271,926
59 Cumming $1,027,000
60 Hagerman Group, The $1,000,000
61 James McHugh Construction Co. $951,019
62 Suffolk Construction Co. $903,458
63 Branch & Associates $783,891
64 JLL $659,743
65 Haselden Construction $572,695
     
     
TOP 40 LOCAL GOVERNMENT ENGINEERING FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 AECOM $50,000,000
2 STV $26,297,889
3 Arup $19,365,213
4 Wendel $15,121,019
5 Dewberry $14,721,220
6 Walker Parking Consultants $9,277,748
7 Syska Hennessy Group $6,923,083
8 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger $6,683,000
9 Leidos $5,707,000
10 Loring Consulting Engineers $5,200,000
11 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $4,970,000
12 Jensen Hughes $4,315,532
13 RMF Engineering $4,190,000
14 Smith Seckman Reid $3,663,165
15 Thornton Tomasetti $3,374,412
16 Ghafari Associates $2,800,000
17 Affiliated Engineers $2,416,000
18 M/E Engineering $2,344,177
19 Heapy Engineering $1,745,484
20 I. C. Thomasson Associates $1,500,000
21 Burns & McDonnell $1,500,000
22 KZF Design $1,478,824
23 Baird, Hampton & Brown $1,409,690
24 Ross & Baruzzini $1,317,190
25 KCI Technologies $1,250,000
26 Henderson Engineers $1,239,725
27 Graef $1,137,527
28 Primera Engineers $1,129,910
29 Interface Engineering $1,123,874
30 dbHMS $1,100,000
31 JQ Engineering $1,002,800
32 TLC Engineering for Architecture $938,459
33 RDK Engineers $819,835
34 Newcomb & Boyd $745,772
35 Davis, Bowen & Friedel $732,024
36 KLH Engineers $722,102
37 Architectural Engineers $686,649
38 Global Engineering Solutions $600,000
39 ThermalTech Engineering $600,000
40 ME Engineers $600,000
41 G & W Engineering Corp. $500,129
42 BR+A Consulting Engineers $500,000

 

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