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

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

Arup, Gensler, and Turner head BD+C's rankings of design and construction firms with the most revenue from cultural facility projects, as reported in the 2014 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | August 25, 2014
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Top Cultural Facility Architecture Firms

Rank Company 2013 Cultural Facility Revenue
1 Gensler $72,311,000
2 Cambridge Seven Associates $19,210,000
3 Perkins+will $12,207,628
4 Morris Architects $11,640,000
5 Hammel, Green and Abrahamson $9,741,681
6 HKS $9,648,656
7 Westlake Reed Leskosky $9,614,000
8 SmithGroupJJR $8,816,590
9 Ennead Architects $7,138,558
10 Cuningham Group Architecture $7,047,221
11 Beyer Blinder Belle $5,833,115
12 VOA Associates $4,781,237
13 Davis Brody Bond $4,682,308
14 EwingCole $4,125,000
15 HOK $4,057,459
16 TK Architects $3,186,172
17 H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture $2,875,491
18 Heery International $2,304,690
19 Skidmore, Owings & Merrill $2,300,378
20 Lord Aeck Sargent $2,270,009
21 Stantec $1,939,548
22 LMN Architects $1,877,600
23 Kirksey $1,830,014
24 OZ Architecture $1,745,500
25 FXFOWLE Architects $1,700,000
26 GWWO $1,692,893
27 Perkins Eastman $1,550,000
28 Becker Morgan Group $1,362,470
29 WATG | Wimberly Interiors $1,251,000
30 RTKL Associates $1,220,000
31 Little $1,198,673
32 Hoefer Wysocki Architecture $950,000
33 Mithun $950,000
34 Wight & Company $917,000
35 HDR $900,000
36 Harley Ellis Devereaux $880,000
37 Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates $839,000
38 Shepley Bulfinch $836,000
39 Emersion Design $744,010
40 Harvard Jolly Architecture $741,874
41 GBBN Architects $677,000
42 Montroy Andersen DeMarco $647,000
43 DesignGroup $615,140
44 Clark Nexsen $599,047
45 ZGF Architects $405,211
46 Colkitt & Company $400,000
47 CTA Architects Engineers $398,536
48 Moody Nolan $361,308
49 Ratio Architects $358,611
50 Hoffmann Architects $356,000
51 Cooper Carry $339,353
52 Urban Design Group $325,000
53 LawKingdon Architecture $300,000
54 CO Architects $296,300
55 BRPH $255,000
56 PGAL $253,000
57 BBS Architects $240,000
58 BLDD Architects $210,000
59 Baskervill $175,040
60 RDH Interests $156,708
61 Commonwealth Architects $146,017
62 PHX Architecture $120,000
63 NAC|Architecture $100,996
64 Goodwyn Mills & Cawood $71,602
65 RSP Architects $70,000
66 RNL $55,000
67 Good Fulton & Farrell $51,900
68 Swanke Hayden Connell Architects $48,000
69 LaBella Associates $29,617
70 Eppstein Uhen Architects $22,170
71 SchenkelShultz Architecture $6,000
72 Environetics $4,848

 

 

 

Top Cultural Facility Engineering Firms

Rank Company 2013 Cultural Facility Revenue
1 Arup $18,966,184
2 TTG $8,527,200
3 Parsons Brinckerhoff $7,562,652
4 URS Corp. $7,500,000
5 Thornton Tomasetti $7,287,239
6 Jacobs $5,960,000
7 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger $5,590,000
8 Glumac $5,233,941
9 WSP Group $4,660,000
10 Magnusson Klemencic Associates $2,890,584
11 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $2,550,000
12 KPFF Consulting Engineers $2,500,000
13 Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber $2,400,000
14 Henderson Engineers $2,215,143
15 Dewberry $2,025,314
16 TLC Engineering for Architecture $1,812,960
17 Affiliated Engineers $1,657,000
18 KLH Engineers $1,475,389
19 AKF Group $1,474,000
20 KJWW Engineering Consultants $1,257,101
21 Aon Fire Protection Engineering Corp. $1,000,000
22 I. C. Thomasson Associates $1,000,000
23 DeSimone Consulting Engineers $802,053
24 Newcomb & Boyd $722,361
25 Sparling $648,243
26 M-E Engineers $600,000
27 Joseph R. Loring & Associates $560,000
28 H&A Architects & Engineers $525,000
29 Highland Associates $500,000
30 Syska Hennessy Group $460,321
31 Martin/Martin $458,746
32 French & Parrello Associates $435,000
33 Environmental Systems Design $432,156
34 Karpinski Engineering $428,621
35 OLA Consulting Engineers $262,000
36 Interface Engineering $242,900
37 Coffman Engineers $238,260
38 KCI Technologies $200,000
39 Davis, Bowen & Friedel $198,110
40 Vanderweil Engineers $195,300
41 Wallace Engineering $177,000
42 Smith Seckman Reid $173,660
43 Wick Fisher White $163,736
44 RMF Engineering $150,000
45 Primera Engineers $124,000
46 Graef $117,740
47 Brinjac Engineering $112,939
48 Leidos $70,000
49 G&W Engineering Corp. $69,800
50 SSOE Group $67,171
51 Spectrum Engineers $66,412
52 CJL Engineering $65,900
53 Zak Companies $53,627
54 Guernsey $53,131
55 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $50,087
56 Allen & Shariff $50,000
57 Dunham Associates $50,000
58 Kamm Consulting $48,425
59 P2S Engineering $45,331
60 Mazzetti $44,761
61 Walter P Moore and Associates $35,947
62 CTLGroup $30,000
63 Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor $20,000
64 Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon $15,000

 

 

 

Top Cultural Facility Construction Firms

Rank Company 2013 Cultural Facility Revenue
1 Turner Construction $454,260,000
2 PCL Construction $294,429,870
3 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $250,768,607
4 Flintco $184,600,000
5 Skanska USA $166,676,966
6 Gilbane $155,234,075
7 Clark Group $141,146,402
8 C.W. Driver $90,410,000
9 Balfour Beatty US $86,008,368
10 Brasfield & Gorrie $61,640,733
11 Tutor Perini Corp. $60,434,313
12 Beck Group, The $56,352,049
13 Linbeck Group $54,600,000
14 Pepper Construction $41,640,000
15 Structure Tone $39,480,000
16 Hill International $39,000,000
17 McCarthy Holdings $29,900,000
18 McGough $27,000,000
19 Hoar Construction $25,365,000
20 DPR Construction $25,022,634
21 O'Neil Industries/W.E. O'Neil $23,727,440
22 E.W. Howell $23,210,000
23 Hunt Construction Group $20,000,000
24 JE Dunn Construction $19,558,174
25 Bernards $18,700,000
26 CORE Construction Group $18,487,956
27 Hensel Phelps $17,250,000
28 Coakley & Williams Construction $15,152,142
29 Shawmut Design and Construction $15,000,000
30 W. M. Jordan Company $12,154,882
31 Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction $10,400,000
32 Adolfson & Peterson Construction $9,034,086
33 Yates Companies, The $9,000,000
34 Layton Construction $7,700,000
35 Parsons Brinckerhoff $7,562,652
36 Rodgers Builders $7,361,890
37 Weitz Company, The $7,160,251
38 BlueScope Construction $5,522,493
39 Graycor $4,824,425
40 Stalco Construction $4,202,000
41 Hoffman Construction $4,000,000
42 New South Construction $3,642,000
43 Heery International $2,304,690
44 Wight & Company $1,861,000
45 Ryan Companies US $1,611,958
46 Bette Companies, The $1,399,000
47 Messer Construction $1,391,623
48 Kitchell Corp. $1,043,038
49 Alberici Constructors $654,644
50 KBE Building Corp. $532,839
51 Batson-Cook $509,600
52 Haselden Construction $411,968
53 Lend Lease $364,000
54 Fortis Construction $300,000
55 Suffolk Construction $176,495
56 Austin Commercial $169,030
57 Astorino $77,926
58 Allen & Shariff $50,000
59 S. M. Wilson & Co. $28,671

 

 

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