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

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

AECOM, Gensler, and Turner top BD+C's rankings of the nation's largest green design and construction firms. 


By BD+C Staff | September 2, 2014
Berea Colleges Deep Green residence hall, designed by Hastings+Chivetta Archi
Berea Colleges Deep Green residence hall, designed by Hastings+Chivetta Architects. Photo: courtesy Hastings+Chivetta Archite

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top Green Building Architecture Firms

Rank Company 2013 Green Building Revenue
1 Gensler $643,550,000
2 Stantec $218,455,849
3 Skidmore, Owings & Merrill $200,715,207
4 HOK $182,729,000
5 Perkins+will $172,380,000
6 HKS $145,277,316
7 NBBJ $97,439,000
8 SmithGroupJJR $77,200,000
9 DLR Group $72,600,000
10 EYP Architecture & Engineering $64,000,000
11 Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates $63,979,000
12 CannonDesign $55,300,000
13 Perkins Eastman $54,250,000
14 Hammel, Green and Abrahamson $52,620,000
15 RTKL Associates $52,183,809
16 Page $50,350,000
17 ZGF Architects $48,631,426
18 Fentress Architects $44,424,100
19 LPA $43,717,559
20 EwingCole $41,100,000
21 Corgan $39,140,000
22 NORR $36,282,900
23 HDR $30,960,000
24 Ennead Architects $30,044,000
25 Payette $28,737,818
26 Moody Nolan $25,291,567
27 FXFOWLE Architects $25,024,376
28 Clark Nexsen $23,430,000
29 Little $21,678,688
30 Westlake Reed Leskosky $21,505,000
31 Kirksey $19,735,865
32 CO Architects $19,569,400
33 HNTB Corp. $18,463,488
34 RS&H $17,150,000
35 MulvannyG2 Architecture $17,000,000
36 Wilson Architects $16,075,000
37 WDG Architecture $15,919,000
38 Flad Architects $15,820,000
39 NAC|Architecture $14,845,341
40 Moseley Architects $14,708,447
41 Harley Ellis Devereaux $14,120,000
42 Beyer Blinder Belle $12,093,637
43 Hoefer Wysocki Architecture $11,870,000
44 LMN Architects $11,678,200
45 Morris Architects $11,457,250
46 S/L/A/M Collaborative, The $11,117,000
47 RNL $11,069,000
48 Legat Architects $10,730,000
49 Francis Cauffman $10,518,044
50 HMFH Architects $10,354,546
51 GBBN Architects $9,755,000
52 Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio $9,500,000
53 Davis Brody Bond $9,135,449
54 Symmes Maini & McKee Associates $9,015,000
55 Carrier Johnson + Culture $8,327,863
56 Cambridge Seven Associates $8,047,200
57 Cooper Carry $7,547,433
58 Good Fulton & Farrell $7,320,000
59 Gresham, Smith and Partners $7,256,000
60 LS3P $7,137,875
61 Hastings+Chivetta Architects $6,894,417
62 RBB Architects $6,678,340
63 Goettsch Partners $6,630,000
64 Epstein $6,371,200
65 Array Architects $6,345,149
66 Margulies Perruzzi Architects $5,795,725
67 Slaterpaull Architects $5,776,835
68 Shepley Bulfinch $5,760,000
69 SchenkelShultz Architecture $5,712,000
70 WHR Architects $5,670,665
71 Fanning/Howey Associates $5,382,202
72 Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Associates $5,251,663
73 BRPH $5,043,670
74 Lord Aeck Sargent $4,651,497
75 HMC Architects $4,566,423
76 CTA Architects Engineers $4,490,555
77 VOA Associates $4,300,000
78 Hord Coplan Macht $4,100,000
79 IBI Group ? Gruzen Samton $4,000,000
80 Wight & Company $3,653,000
81 GWWO $3,614,254
82 FitzGerald Associates Architects $3,447,721
83 Ratio Architects $3,410,410
84 Bergmann Associates $3,380,000
85 Ashley McGraw Architects $3,234,890
86 H+L Architecture $3,085,440
87 Solomon Cordwell Buenz $3,000,000
88 Harvard Jolly Architecture $2,727,587
89 KZF Design $2,692,342
90 Sherlock, Smith & Adams $2,623,000
91 Sheehan Partners $2,545,000
92 Eppstein Uhen Architects $2,173,347
93 NTD Architecture $2,157,000
94 LawKingdon Architecture $2,000,000
95 Ware Malcomb $1,974,750
96 DLA Architects $1,805,700
97 PBK $1,658,000
98 Heery International $1,636,511
99 BLTa $1,500,000
100 FKP Architects $1,500,000
101 Taylor Design $1,375,000
102 OZ Architecture $1,323,930
103 Swanke Hayden Connell Architects $1,265,000
104 Emersion Design $1,262,633
105 Ziegler Cooper $1,186,240
106 ai Design Group $1,118,669
107 BSA LifeStructures $1,068,000
108 Nadel $1,000,000
109 Parkhill, Smith & Cooper $825,570
110 SHW Group $821,000
111 DesignGroup $775,870
112 MBH Architects $650,000
113 Rosser International $525,000
114 Massa Montalto Architects $500,000
115 SEI Design Group $471,084

 

 

Top Green Building Engineering Firms

Rank Company 2013 Green Building Revenue
1 AECOM Technology Corp. $301,500,000
2 Jacobs $165,165,603
3 Arup $156,298,412
4 WSP Group $90,000,000
5 URS Corp. $65,957,900
6 Thornton Tomasetti $58,060,000
7 KPFF Consulting Engineers $38,000,000
8 Syska Hennessy Group $32,525,920
9 M-E Engineers $29,388,000
10 Burns & McDonnell $28,889,404
11 Glumac $27,741,111
12 Smith Seckman Reid $23,813,690
13 BR+A Consulting Engineers $20,000,000
14 Parsons Brinckerhoff $18,261,821
15 Environmental Systems Design $18,000,000
16 Vanderweil Engineers $17,851,000
17 Dewberry $17,770,567
18 H&A Architects & Engineers $16,717,000
19 STV $14,600,000
20 Allen & Shariff $14,000,000
21 Affiliated Engineers $12,665,864
22 TLC Engineering for Architecture $11,206,177
23 KJWW Engineering Consultants $10,171,194
24 Bala Consulting Engineers $8,746,000
25 Henderson Engineers $7,960,000
26 RMF Engineering $7,800,000
27 Heapy Engineering $7,523,680
28 I. C. Thomasson Associates $7,500,000
29 CCRD Partners $7,200,000
30 Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor $7,000,000
31 Leidos $6,840,000
32 Integrated Design Group $6,621,442
33 Interface Engineering $5,755,069
34 Magnusson Klemencic Associates $5,645,586
35 AKF Group $5,300,000
36 Hixson Architecture, Engineering, Interiors $5,000,000
37 H.F. Lenz $4,947,000
38 M/E Engineering $4,550,000
39 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $4,277,418
40 Ross & Baruzzini $4,000,000
41 Rist-Frost-Shumway Engineering $4,000,000
42 Spectrum Engineers $3,838,258
43 Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon $3,608,000
44 Aon Fire Protection Engineering Corp. $2,700,000
45 Coffman Engineers $2,500,000
46 OLA Consulting Engineers $2,500,000
47 TTG $2,249,116
48 Primera Engineers $2,200,000
49 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger $2,100,000
50 Joseph R. Loring & Associates $2,000,000
51 DeSimone Consulting Engineers $1,913,864
52 Walter P Moore and Associates $1,680,017
53 GHT Limited $1,500,000
54 GRW $1,235,020
55 CJL Engineering $1,235,000
56 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $1,000,000
57 RDK Engineers $1,000,000
58 KCI Technologies $800,000
59 Total Building Commissioning $762,246
60 SSOE Group $436,719
61 Newcomb & Boyd $375,000
62 Wick Fisher White $282,600
63 G&W Engineering Corp. $275,000
64 KLH Engineers $262,400
65 Sparling $259,409
66 ThermalTech Engineering $200,000
67 Dunham Associates $200,000
68 Wallace Engineering $150,000
69 Davis, Bowen & Friedel $55,152

 

 

Top Green Building Construction Firms

Rank Company 2013 Green Building Revenue
1 Turner Construction $4,771,040,000
2 Clark Group $2,966,700,000
3 Hensel Phelps $1,947,290,000
4 Gilbane $1,938,837,000
5 PCL Construction $1,867,860,000
6 Balfour Beatty US $1,758,575,276
7 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $1,742,255,596
8 Hoffman Construction $1,715,000,000
9 Skanska USA $1,643,097,280
10 DPR Construction $1,319,821,218
11 Structure Tone $1,155,910,000
12 Lend Lease $1,133,052,000
13 Walsh Group, The $1,129,272,837
14 Mortenson Construction $996,600,000
15 Brasfield & Gorrie $946,715,944
16 Suffolk Construction $894,170,000
17 McCarthy Holdings $865,000,000
18 Holder Construction $844,000,000
19 Clayco $665,760,000
20 JE Dunn Construction $646,967,237
21 Hunt Construction Group $633,242,000
22 B. L. Harbert International $622,000,391
23 JLL $605,561,359
24 James G. Davis Construction $556,241,658
25 Austin Commercial $532,132,335
26 Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction $483,000,000
27 Consigli Construction $475,620,193
28 Manhattan Construction $358,530,000
29 Haskell $316,087,868
30 Messer Construction $285,184,434
31 C.W. Driver $280,000,000
32 Flintco $256,800,000
33 James McHugh Construction $250,935,618
34 Beck Group, The $222,813,701
35 Pepper Construction $214,370,000
36 Shawmut Design and Construction $206,077,730
37 Power Construction $201,000,000
38 W. M. Jordan Company $196,473,642
39 Adolfson & Peterson Construction $188,659,860
40 Sundt Construction $188,195,316
41 HITT Contracting $186,400,000
42 Yates Companies, The $179,800,000
43 Harkins Builders $178,000,000
44 Kraus-Anderson Construction $165,200,000
45 Clune Construction $148,160,567
46 CORE Construction Group $143,440,131
47 Bernards $140,000,000
48 Hill & Wilkinson $139,523,000
49 McGough $130,530,000
50 STV $124,138,000
51 LeChase Construction Services $118,000,000
52 Choate Construction $113,338,890
53 Rodgers Builders $111,810,534
54 Walbridge $102,300,000
55 O'Neil Industries/W.E. O'Neil $101,931,058
56 Absher Construction $98,940,523
57 Weis Builders $88,060,000
58 Robins & Morton $84,423,335
59 Carlson Design Construct $75,800,000
60 Leopardo Companies $71,803,019
61 Fortis Construction $63,800,000
62 Gray Construction $62,860,000
63 Coakley & Williams Construction $58,552,893
64 LPCiminelli $54,527,961
65 KBE Building Corp. $53,883,028
66 Juneau Construction $48,478,145
67 Wight & Company $46,494,000
68 E.W. Howell $46,431,000
69 Hill International $42,000,000
70 Weitz Company, The $36,404,974
71 New South Construction $34,500,000
72 Haselden Construction $26,967,492
73 Allen & Shariff $22,000,000
74 IMC Construction $19,642,493
75 Heery International $17,957,754
76 BlueScope Construction $14,089,111
77 S. M. Wilson & Co. $10,191,045
78 Stalco Construction $7,420,000
79 Bomel Construction $7,096,000
80 Boldt Company, The $5,530,590
81 Alberici Constructors $5,402,811
82 Parsons Brinckerhoff $1,944,262
83 Hoar Construction $631,000

 

Read BD+C's full 2014 Giants 300 Report 

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