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Ranked: Top international AEC firms [2014 Giants 300 Report]

Ranked: Top international AEC firms [2014 Giants 300 Report]

Parsons Brinckerhoff, Gensler, and Jacobs top BD+C's rankings of U.S.-based design and construction firms with the most revenue from international projects.


By BD+C Staff | September 15, 2014
Head offices for the Federation of Korean Industries. Photo: courtesy Adrian Smi
Head offices for the Federation of Korean Industries. Photo: courtesy Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top International Architecture Firms

Rank Company 2013 International Building Revenue
1 Gensler $207,760,000
2 Skidmore, Owings & Merrill $174,884,052
3 HOK $146,000,000
4 Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates $135,121,000
5 HDR $123,700,000
6 RTKL Associates $105,228,000
7 Perkins+will $86,420,000
8 Callison $82,668,321
9 WATG | Wimberly Interiors $62,305,000
10 Stantec $57,490,350
11 NBBJ $51,691,000
12 Page $40,000,000
13 Perkins Eastman $38,750,000
14 HKS $36,120,903
15 Populous $31,442,000
16 Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture $28,570,000
17 NORR $26,355,578
18 Jerde Partnership, The $20,500,000
19 Leo A Daly $19,050,000
20 MulvannyG2 Architecture $18,000,000
21 Goettsch Partners $14,950,000
22 Cambridge Seven Associates $14,657,400
23 SmithGroupJJR $13,100,000
24 VOA Associates $12,558,614
25 WD Partners $11,500,000
26 Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Associates $9,208,743
27 Davis Brody Bond $7,700,125
28 FXFOWLE Architects $7,680,000
29 CannonDesign $7,000,000
30 GBBN Architects $6,980,000
31 Epstein $6,731,000
32 Flad Architects $6,580,000
33 MBH Architects $5,471,000
34 Hammel, Green and Abrahamson $5,100,000
35 Cuningham Group Architecture $4,798,454
36 Payette $4,488,512
37 Clark Nexsen $4,435,941
38 ZGF Architects $4,374,417
39 WHR Architects $3,907,392
40 Parkhill, Smith & Cooper $3,518,000
41 Westlake Reed Leskosky $3,300,000
42 FRCH Design Worldwide $3,260,000
43 DLR Group $3,100,000
44 RS&H $2,450,000
45 Corgan $2,413,640
46 Ratio Architects $2,392,817
47 Rosser International $2,371,785
48 Ennead Architects $2,367,000
49 Beyer Blinder Belle $2,235,683
50 Solomon Cordwell Buenz $2,000,000
51 Albert Kahn Associates $2,000,000
52 SchenkelShultz Architecture $1,977,000
53 Integrus Architecture $1,941,923
54 Swanke Hayden Connell Architects $1,843,000
55 Ware Malcomb $1,807,000
56 Shepley Bulfinch $1,760,000
57 LMN Architects $1,678,400
58 Nelson $1,619,612
59 IBI Group ? Gruzen Samton $1,500,000
60 KZF Design $1,448,034
61 Sherlock, Smith & Adams $1,230,000
62 OZ Architecture $1,200,000
63 BRPH $1,190,000
64 Gresham, Smith and Partners $1,071,000
65 Nadel $1,000,000
66 EwingCole $1,000,000
67 Adache Group Architects $875,000
68 P+R Architects $870,123
69 RSP Architects $810,000
70 Fentress Architects $758,040
71 RNL $639,000
72 EDI International $575,101
73 Little $486,000
74 Harvard Jolly Architecture $483,206
75 Harley Ellis Devereaux $480,000
76 SHW Group $407,000
77 Heery International $359,361
78 Sheehan Partners $276,860
79 HMC Architects $274,593
80 PGAL $252,000
81 Cooper Carry $244,714
82 Carrier Johnson + Culture $106,500
83 Lord Aeck Sargent $101,355
84 TK Architects $90,000
85 Wight & Company $85,000
86 FreemanWhite $80,138
87 Mithun $71,200
88 Colkitt & Company $20,000
89 Hoffmann Architects $8,400

 

 

 

Top International Engineering Firms

Rank Company 2013 International Building Revenue
1 Jacobs $6,175,120,000
2 Fluor Corporation $1,991,610,000
3 URS Corp. $1,314,679,005
4 AECOM Technology Corp. $1,138,730,000
5 Parsons Brinckerhoff $1,084,936,001
6 Thornton Tomasetti $37,269,089
7 Arup $37,016,942
8 Burns & McDonnell $30,410,000
9 H&A Architects & Engineers $20,775,000
10 Allen & Shariff $15,126,898
11 WSP Group $12,000,000
12 SSOE Group $11,336,292
13 Rolf Jensen & Associates $7,700,000
14 Magnusson Klemencic Associates $7,601,401
15 M-E Engineers $7,264,800
16 Syska Hennessy Group $6,585,219
17 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger $5,600,000
18 Affiliated Engineers $5,067,000
19 Ross & Baruzzini $4,797,400
20 Aon Fire Protection Engineering Corp. $4,500,000
21 Vanderweil Engineers $4,136,700
22 AKF Group $3,725,000
23 Walter P Moore and Associates $3,705,416
24 Leidos $3,470,000
25 TTG $3,459,770
26 DeSimone Consulting Engineers $2,765,700
27 Interface Engineering $2,659,451
28 TLC Engineering for Architecture $2,552,582
29 Walker Parking Consultants $2,479,817
30 CTLGroup $2,200,000
31 Environmental Systems Design $1,732,272
32 KPFF Consulting Engineers $1,500,000
33 Integrated Design Group $1,023,750
34 Hixson Architecture, Engineering, Interiors $1,000,000
35 Henderson Engineers $870,000
36 Coffman Engineers $800,000
37 Glumac $798,379
38 RMF Engineering $500,000
39 CCRD Partners $425,000
40 Dewberry $400,000
41 Primera Engineers $253,000
42 Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor $250,000
43 ThermalTech Engineering $230,000
44 Newcomb & Boyd $216,965
45 Mazzetti $166,970
46 Highland Associates $150,000
47 Zak Companies $54,939
48 Sparling $41,524
49 Spectrum Engineers $25,994
50 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $9,100
51 Wick Fisher White $4,400

 

 

 

Top International Construction Firms

Rank Company 2013 International Building Revenue
1 Parsons Brinckerhoff $1,084,936,001
2 B. L. Harbert International $504,312,862
3 JLL $305,410,000
4 Structure Tone $295,448,000
5 Hill International $295,000,000
6 Gilbane $264,183,000
7 Walbridge $227,000,000
8 Yates Companies, The $177,000,000
9 Walsh Group, The $150,818,010
10 PCL Construction $91,802,638
11 Lend Lease $75,262,000
12 Barton Malow $62,905,871
13 Turner Construction $39,141,101
14 Alberici Constructors $23,411,539
15 Beck Group, The $17,509,885
16 Haskell $15,300,262
17 Allen & Shariff $15,126,898
18 Shawmut Design and Construction $13,750,000
19 DPR Construction $9,200,000
20 Fortis Construction $8,300,000
21 Astorino $1,745,421
22 Hunt Construction Group $1,000,000
23 Hunt Companies $543,000
24 Heery International $359,361
25 BlueScope Construction $323,025
26 Wight & Company $85,000

 

Read BD+C's full 2014 Giants 300 Report 

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