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Ranked: Top courthouse sector AEC firms [2014 Giants 300 Report]

Ranked: Top courthouse sector AEC firms [2014 Giants 300 Report]

Fentress Architects, Tutor Perini, and AECOM top BD+C's rankings of design and construction firms with the most revenue from courthouse facilities.


By BD+C Staff | September 4, 2014
Governor George Deukmejian Courthouse, Long Beach, Calif. Architect: AECOM; cont
Governor George Deukmejian Courthouse, Long Beach, Calif. Architect: AECOM; contractor: Clark Group. Photo: courtesy Clark Group

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top Courthouse Sector Architecture Firms

Rank Company 2013 Courthouse Sector Revenue
1 Fentress Architects $10,619,925
2 NBBJ $10,379,000
3 Skidmore, Owings & Merrill $8,202,893
4 HOK $5,833,197
5 DLR Group $5,000,000
6 ZGF Architects $3,901,502
7 Moseley Architects $3,568,770
8 NORR $3,360,343
9 PGAL $2,941,400
10 Beyer Blinder Belle $2,921,963
11 Heery International $2,540,274
12 HMC Architects $1,882,490
13 Ennead Architects $1,444,373
14 EwingCole $1,100,000
15 Gensler $1,010,748
16 Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Associates $1,009,754
17 LaBella Associates $950,951
18 FXFOWLE Architects $800,000
19 HDR $800,000
20 CO Architects $735,300
21 CTA Architects Engineers $713,086
22 Clark Nexsen $699,223
23 Stantec $678,399
24 HKS $456,837
25 DesignGroup $276,350
26 Hoefer Wysocki Architecture $275,000
27 Cooper Carry $243,361
28 GBBN Architects $239,000
29 Lord Aeck Sargent $90,059
30 Wight & Company $90,000
31 Perkins+will $70,653
32 Hoffmann Architects $53,000
33 Becker Morgan Group $39,772
34 Integrus Architecture $20,676
35 SchenkelShultz Architecture $19,000
36 Ratio Architects $18,917
37 NAC|Architecture $16,150
38 KZF Design $14,434

 

 

 

Top Courthouse Sector Engineering Firms

Rank Company 2013 Courthouse Sector Revenue
1 AECOM Technology Corp. $38,590,000
2 URS Corp. $15,880,071
3 Jacobs $12,820,000
4 KJWW Engineering Consultants $5,192,741
5 Dewberry $3,584,203
6 WSP Group $2,020,000
7 Joseph R. Loring & Associates $1,800,000
8 Interface Engineering $1,263,610
9 Aon Fire Protection Engineering Corp. $1,200,000
10 Spectrum Engineers $955,719
11 Thornton Tomasetti $913,606
12 TTG $733,598
13 Glumac $588,244
14 Newcomb & Boyd $578,946
15 Environmental Systems Design $498,548
16 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $420,000
17 TLC Engineering for Architecture $389,318
18 M-E Engineers $300,000
19 KPFF Consulting Engineers $250,000
20 Arup $150,778
21 Coffman Engineers $148,650
22 Henderson Engineers $104,407
23 Ross & Baruzzini $102,076
24 Zak Companies $98,314
25 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $84,348
26 GRW $75,060
27 H.F. Lenz $72,355
28 ThermalTech Engineering $40,000
29 Martin/Martin $37,785
30 CJL Engineering $32,000
31 G&W Engineering Corp. $25,200
32 Walter P Moore and Associates $15,326
33 Brinjac Engineering $13,217
34 Vanderweil Engineers $10,600
35 Karpinski Engineering $8,569
36 French & Parrello Associates $7,000
37 Mazzetti $6,665
38 Guernsey $2,019

 

 

 

Top Courthouse Sector Construction Firms

Rank Company 2013 Courthouse Sector Revenue
1 Tutor Perini Corp. $221,380,447
2 Hensel Phelps $129,020,000
3 Clark Group $115,968,529
4 Sundt Construction $87,087,718
5 Ryan Companies US $53,878,857
6 Kitchell Corp. $48,899,589
7 JE Dunn Construction $47,878,715
8 Gilbane $41,179,394
9 Turner Construction $40,577,000
10 PCL Construction $27,911,174
11 Yates Companies, The $25,400,000
12 Bernards $16,000,000
13 Hoar Construction $12,435,000
14 Beck Group, The $8,559,812
15 Bomel Construction $7,096,000
16 New South Construction $6,002,000
17 Hunt Companies $5,600,218
18 Layton Construction $5,100,000
19 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $3,065,251
20 Hill International $3,000,000
21 Hoffman Construction $3,000,000
22 Heery International $2,540,274
23 Adolfson & Peterson Construction $2,273,462
24 Skanska USA $1,300,062
25 Messer Construction $691,857
26 CORE Construction Group $175,777
27 Wight & Company $60,000

 

Read BD+C's full 2014 Giants 300 Report

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