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

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

Stantec, Jacobs, and Turner top BD+C's rankings of the nation's largest industrial sector design and construction firms, as reported in the 2014 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | August 26, 2014
Photo: courtesy Leidos

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top Industrial Sector Architecture Firms

Rank Company 2013 Industrial Facility Revenue
1 Stantec $31,231,586
2 Epstein $19,220,000
3 Ware Malcomb $10,500,000
4 Albert Kahn Associates $9,833,000
5 Gresham, Smith and Partners $8,336,000
6 Heery International $5,373,672
7 Clark Nexsen $5,053,305
8 Leo A Daly $4,391,472
9 Bergmann Associates $2,997,560
10 RSP Architects $2,659,000
11 RS&H $2,450,000
12 OZ Architecture $2,113,400
13 Lord Aeck Sargent $2,089,009
14 Goodwyn Mills & Cawood $1,722,486
15 Gensler $1,428,680
16 Beyer Blinder Belle $1,236,205
17 Morris Architects $1,120,000
18 HOK $994,827
19 Kirksey $942,400
20 ATA Beilharz Architects $879,540
21 LaBella Associates $684,001
22 JRS Architect $680,000
23 Francis Cauffman $504,371
24 LS3P $482,408
25 Harley Ellis Devereaux $480,000
26 HNTB Corp. $448,901
27 Baskervill $448,606
28 Environetics $447,858
29 VOA Associates $425,000
30 KZF Design $417,500
31 NORR $410,487
32 Moody Nolan $361,308
33 Hammel, Green and Abrahamson $356,579
34 Symmes Maini & McKee Associates $330,000
35 Corgan $301,658
36 Inventure Design Group $267,111
37 MBH Architects $250,000
38 Nelson $200,905
39 Perkins+will $200,000
40 ZGF Architects $166,599
41 FGM Architects $151,212
42 Poskanzer Skott $150,000
43 Wight & Company $148,000
44 Eppstein Uhen Architects $129,099
45 TEG Architects $116,895
46 S/L/A/M Collaborative, The $100,899
47 ai Design Group $96,174
48 Margulies Perruzzi Architects $54,933
49 Parkhill, Smith & Cooper $54,000
50 Hoffmann Architects $51,000
51 CASCO Diversified Corp. $50,000
52 Becker Morgan Group $37,128
53 Emersion Design $27,353
54 BRPH $21,359
55 Nadel $20,000
56 SchenkelShultz Architecture $9,000
57 NAC|Architecture $5,805
58 Mithun $5,000

 

 

 

Top Industrial Sector Engineering Firms

Rank Company 2013 Industrial Facility Revenue
1 Jacobs $2,454,640,000
2 Fluor Corporation $978,710,000
3 Day & Zimmermann $130,576,072
4 Leidos $128,150,000
5 SSOE Group $103,744,174
6 CRB  $86,164,350
7 Burns & McDonnell $65,880,000
8 URS Corp. $25,229,129
9 Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon $22,600,000
10 ThermalTech Engineering $20,650,000
11 Affiliated Engineers $14,967,000
12 Parsons Brinckerhoff $13,887,018
13 Hixson Architecture, Engineering, Interiors $12,000,000
14 Glumac $11,608,629
15 Coffman Engineers $8,485,055
16 Dewberry $8,293,503
17 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger $6,990,000
18 Shive-Hattery $6,941,997
19 STV $6,087,000
20 KJWW Engineering Consultants $4,875,191
21 I. C. Thomasson Associates $4,700,000
22 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $3,910,000
23 Stanley Consultants $3,879,745
24 Graef $3,784,315
25 Zak Companies $3,782,825
26 Arup $2,883,064
27 Magnusson Klemencic Associates $2,795,955
28 Guernsey $2,726,472
29 Martin/Martin $2,446,592
30 RMF Engineering $2,425,000
31 H.F. Lenz $2,170,130
32 P2S Engineering $2,155,234
33 M/E Engineering $2,067,101
34 Highland Associates $2,000,000
35 Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor $1,500,000
36 Smith Seckman Reid $1,379,596
37 Vanderweil Engineers $1,359,000
38 Walter P Moore and Associates $1,316,496
39 Wallace Engineering $1,219,000
40 Aon Fire Protection Engineering Corp. $1,150,000
41 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $950,537
42 Wick Fisher White $945,203
43 AKF Group $863,000
44 Karpinski Engineering $796,700
45 Thornton Tomasetti $731,262
46 Spectrum Engineers $637,074
47 Henderson Engineers $619,216
48 RDK Engineers $610,000
49 CJL Engineering $552,450
50 WSP Group $470,000
51 Interface Engineering $461,622
52 CTLGroup $450,000
53 Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber $400,000
54 Dunham Associates $335,000
55 Kamm Consulting $306,791
56 GHT Limited $300,000
57 TLC Engineering for Architecture $276,713
58 French & Parrello Associates $269,000
59 OLA Consulting Engineers $257,000
60 Apogee Consulting Group $215,365
61 M-E Engineers $200,000
62 KCI Technologies $200,000
63 Environmental Systems Design $164,829
64 G&W Engineering Corp. $108,900
65 Total Building Commissioning $90,558
66 Allen & Shariff $80,000
67 Davis, Bowen & Friedel $59,236
68 Heapy Engineering $33,420
69 GRW $32,000
70 Newcomb & Boyd $28,562
71 Mazzetti $25,844
72 Brinjac Engineering $4,137

 

 

 

Top Industrial Sector Construction Firms

Rank Company 2013 Industrial Facility Revenue
1 Turner Construction $1,471,110,000
2 Hoffman Construction $1,202,000,000
3 Walbridge $929,200,000
4 Yates Companies, The $733,300,000
5 Skanska USA $689,994,679
6 Gray Construction $603,600,000
7 Haskell $454,396,992
8 Clayco $437,700,000
9 Barton Malow $435,381,455
10 Gilbane $337,445,270
11 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $309,171,329
12 Boldt Company, The $283,320,400
13 Brasfield & Gorrie $246,596,893
14 McShane Companies, The $207,632,355
15 Alberici Constructors $205,875,885
16 Ryan Companies US $168,024,936
17 McCarthy Holdings $156,000,000
18 Weitz Company, The $149,150,605
19 Tutor Perini Corp. $138,266,084
20 Hill & Wilkinson $112,161,000
21 Layton Construction $111,400,000
22 Graycor $111,011,639
23 Choate Construction $97,994,926
24 Hunt Construction Group $78,000,000
25 Hensel Phelps $74,840,000
26 EMJ Corp. $72,000,000
27 Pepper Construction $66,570,000
28 B. L. Harbert International $59,035,052
29 Robins & Morton $58,297,183
30 BlueScope Construction $57,882,134
31 Hoar Construction $44,246,000
32 C.W. Driver $42,000,000
33 Leopardo Companies $40,981,704
34 Messer Construction $36,250,600
35 S. M. Wilson & Co. $34,384,608
36 LeChase Construction Services $32,800,000
37 Lend Lease $31,576,000
38 Power Construction $31,000,000
39 McGough $30,000,000
40 JE Dunn Construction $27,003,412
41 Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction $27,000,000
42 O'Neil Industries/W.E. O'Neil $25,322,275
43 IMC Construction $25,053,600
44 Walsh Group, The $21,687,693
45 DPR Construction $21,478,896
46 New South Construction $21,171,000
47 Adolfson & Peterson Construction $20,989,300
48 Balfour Beatty US $20,923,086
49 HITT Contracting $20,400,000
50 Hill International $17,000,000
51 Coakley & Williams Construction $16,557,262
52 Parsons Brinckerhoff $13,887,018
53 Batson-Cook $13,716,852
54 Austin Commercial $13,378,823
55 CORE Construction Group $12,445,450
56 LPCiminelli $11,931,788
57 PCL Construction $11,470,039
58 JLL $7,062,800
59 STV $6,087,000
60 Beck Group, The $5,624,708
61 EBCO General Contractor $5,611,000
62 Heery International $5,373,672
63 James McHugh Construction $5,304,373
64 Holder Construction $4,321,000
65 Bernards $4,000,000
66 KBE Building Corp. $3,465,079
67 W. M. Jordan Company $2,859,431
68 Manhattan Construction $2,154,000
69 Stalco Construction $1,890,000
70 Wight & Company $903,000
71 Allen & Shariff $80,000
72 Astorino $21,243
73 Kitchell Corp. $15,329

 

 

Read BD+C's full 2014 Giants 300 Report

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