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

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

Tutor Perini, Gensler, and AECOM top BD+C's rankings of design and construction firms with the most revenue from hospitality sector projects.


By BD+C Staff | September 16, 2014
Hyatt Place in Washington, D.C. Photo: courtesy Cooper Carry
Hyatt Place in Washington, D.C. Photo: courtesy Cooper Carry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top Hotel Sector Architecture Firms

Rank Company 2013 Hotel Sector Revenue
1 Gensler $73,090,000
2 WATG | Wimberly Interiors $61,997,000
3 HKS $42,985,038
4 RTKL Associates $18,611,000
5 Leo A Daly $16,340,978
6 Hnedak Bobo Group $13,991,000
7 Vocon $12,884,412
8 Perkins Eastman $12,400,000
9 Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates $11,349,000
10 Perkins+will $11,054,467
11 Cooper Carry $10,877,898
12 NORR $10,681,284
13 FRCH Design Worldwide $9,000,000
14 VOA Associates $8,904,392
15 HOK $8,030,487
16 OZ Architecture $7,173,000
17 Urban Design Group $6,235,000
18 Goettsch Partners $5,840,000
19 Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Associates $4,913,157
20 Skidmore, Owings & Merrill $4,850,256
21 Callison $4,679,813
22 Cambridge Seven Associates $4,015,000
23 Stantec $3,745,553
24 Baskervill $3,704,027
25 DLR Group $3,400,000
26 Adache Group Architects $3,200,000
27 WDG Architecture $3,174,000
28 LawKingdon Architecture $3,100,000
29 BLTa $3,100,000
30 Solomon Cordwell Buenz $3,000,000
31 RDH Interests $2,211,592
32 Ware Malcomb $2,208,000
33 Cuningham Group Architecture $2,204,598
34 Morris Architects $1,510,000
35 EwingCole $1,435,000
36 Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio $1,400,000
37 Beyer Blinder Belle $1,367,892
38 Environetics $1,347,827
39 GBBN Architects $1,245,000
40 LS3P $1,164,633
41 EDI International $1,150,203
42 Goodwyn Mills & Cawood $796,269
43 NBBJ $732,000
44 RSP Architects $732,000
45 CTA Architects Engineers $731,260
46 Kirksey $713,104
47 Ratio Architects $709,840
48 Page $690,000
49 Clark Nexsen $655,947
50 P+R Architects $592,256
51 LPA $555,040
52 Legat Architects $525,400
53 Epstein $404,000
54 Becker Morgan Group $388,152
55 Montroy Andersen DeMarco $336,000
56 JRS Architect $250,000
57 PHX Architecture $250,000
58 CASCO Diversified Corp. $225,000
59 Nadel $200,000
60 RNL $165,000
61 Little $161,447
62 Swanke Hayden Connell Architects $160,000
63 Symmes Maini & McKee Associates $150,000
64 Niles Bolton Associates $129,515
65 Eppstein Uhen Architects $126,202
66 FitzGerald Associates Architects $101,000
67 ZGF Architects $74,869
68 KZF Design $55,744
69 Heery International $49,850
70 NAC|Architecture $45,680
71 ai Design Group $43,416
72 Ennead Architects $41,451
73 S/L/A/M Collaborative, The $39,343
74 Hoffmann Architects $30,000
75 Commonwealth Architects $24,888
76 Corgan $15,563
77 Nelson $5,850

 

 

 

Top Hotel Sector Engineering Firms

Rank Company 2013 Hotel Sector Revenue
1 AECOM Technology Corp. $49,270,000
2 Parsons Brinckerhoff $25,364,760
3 Thornton Tomasetti $6,338,924
4 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger $4,740,000
5 WSP Group $4,730,000
6 DeSimone Consulting Engineers $4,514,492
7 Aon Fire Protection Engineering Corp. $4,000,000
8 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $3,150,000
9 Arup $2,405,640
10 KPFF Consulting Engineers $2,400,000
11 Glumac $2,388,762
12 TLC Engineering for Architecture $2,168,465
13 Environmental Systems Design $2,086,092
14 Vanderweil Engineers $1,856,000
15 Bala Consulting Engineers $1,854,000
16 AKF Group $1,143,000
17 Magnusson Klemencic Associates $1,044,091
18 M/E Engineering $1,034,842
19 M-E Engineers $966,000
20 Syska Hennessy Group $822,845
21 Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber $800,000
22 I. C. Thomasson Associates $700,000
23 Walter P Moore and Associates $590,682
24 H&A Architects & Engineers $575,000
25 Karpinski Engineering $540,647
26 Interface Engineering $535,530
27 Allen & Shariff $450,000
28 KJWW Engineering Consultants $417,330
29 Sparling $321,658
30 Joseph R. Loring & Associates $310,000
31 Martin/Martin $309,174
32 Spectrum Engineers $302,565
33 Graef $300,000
34 H.F. Lenz $285,000
35 CTLGroup $280,000
36 GHT Limited $275,000
37 Smith Seckman Reid $270,470
38 TTG $229,130
39 Kamm Consulting $225,650
40 OLA Consulting Engineers $200,000
41 Wallace Engineering $189,000
42 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $168,695
43 KLH Engineers $152,041
44 Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor $140,000
45 Shive-Hattery $128,770
46 Dunham Associates $125,000
47 RDK Engineers $120,000
48 Coffman Engineers $112,654
49 RMF Engineering $100,000
50 Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon $100,000
51 Heapy Engineering $97,590
52 Henderson Engineers $97,218
53 Mazzetti $38,600
54 Newcomb & Boyd $26,992
55 Leidos $20,000
56 G&W Engineering Corp. $19,300
57 French & Parrello Associates $17,500
58 Davis, Bowen & Friedel $13,751
59 P2S Engineering $9,186
60 Zak Companies $2,306

 

 

 

Top Hotel Sector Construction Firms

Rank Company 2013 Hotel Sector Revenue
1 Tutor Perini Corp. $371,398,983
2 Swinerton Builders $367,280,000
3 Yates Companies, The $360,500,000
4 Turner Construction $269,097,000
5 Balfour Beatty US $265,721,850
6 Lend Lease $234,391,000
7 Hensel Phelps $210,230,000
8 Manhattan Construction $165,659,000
9 LPCiminelli $164,138,871
10 Mortenson Construction $147,420,000
11 Structure Tone $137,250,000
12 O'Neil Industries/W.E. O'Neil $119,697,655
13 Flintco $118,200,000
14 Hunt Construction Group $116,000,000
15 Brasfield & Gorrie $94,523,177
16 DPR Construction $82,916,246
17 James McHugh Construction $74,716,321
18 Plaza Construction $74,000,000
19 Gilbane $69,896,880
20 Messer Construction $64,491,530
21 Holder Construction $63,767,000
22 PCL Construction $62,873,888
23 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $62,735,175
24 EBCO General Contractor $62,387,000
25 Beck Group, The $56,891,030
26 Skanska USA $53,363,259
27 Clark Group $51,764,042
28 Layton Construction $50,700,000
29 Bernards $47,600,000
30 Power Construction $46,000,000
31 Walsh Group, The $35,335,227
32 HITT Contracting $32,600,000
33 JE Dunn Construction $30,163,820
34 Hill International $29,000,000
35 Austin Commercial $27,803,121
36 Ryan Companies US $25,692,201
37 Parsons Brinckerhoff $25,364,760
38 Hill & Wilkinson $25,104,000
39 CORE Construction Group $23,026,613
40 Shawmut Design and Construction $23,000,000
41 Choate Construction $21,909,424
42 McCarthy Holdings $20,500,000
43 W. M. Jordan Company $20,241,141
44 Weitz Company, The $19,557,567
45 EMJ Corp. $19,000,000
46 Suffolk Construction $18,731,394
47 Weis Builders $15,358,000
48 Robins & Morton $12,006,784
49 Haselden Construction $11,640,853
50 Hoar Construction $10,164,000
51 New South Construction $9,598,000
52 Graycor $7,227,357
53 Pepper Construction $7,210,000
54 Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction $5,000,000
55 Gray Construction $4,560,000
56 Kraus-Anderson Construction $4,000,000
57 JLL $3,756,700
58 C.W. Driver $3,650,000
59 Juneau Construction $3,124,497
60 E.W. Howell $2,907,000
61 Absher Construction $1,511,380
62 Adolfson & Peterson Construction $1,332,220
63 IMC Construction $1,200,000
64 Astorino $1,092,471
65 Hoffman Construction $1,000,000
66 Batson-Cook $910,554
67 Allen & Shariff $450,000
68 Stalco Construction $336,000
69 Coakley & Williams Construction $286,348
70 S. M. Wilson & Co. $70,699
71 Heery International $49,850
72 Alberici Constructors $25,704
73 Kitchell Corp. $9,447

 

Read the full 2014 Giants 300 Report

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