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

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

Balfour Beatty, Fluor, and HDR top BD+C's rankings of the nation's largest military sector design and construction firms.


By BD+C Staff | September 7, 2014
Photo: Tanya King courtesy U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District
Photo: Tanya King courtesy U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top Military Sector Architecture Firms

Rank Company 2013 Military Sector Revenue
1 HDR $38,334,666
2 Heery International $22,045,945
3 SmithGroupJJR $15,940,811
4 Clark Nexsen $12,924,606
5 EwingCole $8,800,000
6 LS3P $7,728,688
7 RS&H $7,350,000
8 HKS $6,586,272
9 Hoefer Wysocki Architecture $6,435,000
10 Leo A Daly $6,421,793
11 VOA Associates $6,148,434
12 Sherlock, Smith & Adams $5,454,000
13 Parkhill, Smith & Cooper $4,764,000
14 SchenkelShultz Architecture $4,267,000
15 EYP Architecture & Engineering $3,800,000
16 Morris Architects $3,400,000
17 BRPH $3,153,000
18 ZGF Architects $3,027,156
19 HNTB Corp. $2,965,383
20 RSP Architects $2,906,000
21 Flad Architects $2,881,411
22 Perkins+will $2,864,234
23 Rosser International $2,706,849
24 KZF Design $2,665,030
25 CTA Architects Engineers $2,414,575
26 Hammel, Green and Abrahamson $2,137,388
27 WHR Architects $2,076,445
28 Integrus Architecture $1,941,923
29 Emersion Design $1,637,645
30 RNL $1,510,000
31 Wight & Company $1,183,093
32 HOK $1,064,000
33 Symmes Maini & McKee Associates $760,000
34 PGAL $736,900
35 RTKL Associates $713,000
36 Skidmore, Owings & Merrill $528,869
37 Fentress Architects $521,000
38 Gresham, Smith and Partners $417,000
39 Cooper Carry $317,590
40 Harvard Jolly Architecture $256,969
41 Beyer Blinder Belle $245,182
42 OZ Architecture $236,188
43 Carrier Johnson + Culture $162,717
44 FGM Architects $151,212
45 Cuningham Group Architecture $143,448
46 LawKingdon Architecture $100,000
47 Moseley Architects $72,455
48 Becker Morgan Group $44,583
49 Commonwealth Architects $24,249

 

 

Top Military Sector Engineering Firms

Rank Company 2013 Military Sector Revenue
1 Fluor Corporation $1,587,385,069
2 URS Corp. $423,543,990
3 AECOM Technology Corp. $281,200,000
4 Jacobs $70,855,779
5 Leidos $49,612,500
6 Allen & Shariff $33,363,317
7 Burns & McDonnell $24,000,000
8 Guernsey $8,144,346
9 Parsons Brinckerhoff $5,807,647
10 Affiliated Engineers $5,472,000
11 STV $4,451,000
12 H&A Architects & Engineers $3,750,000
13 Dewberry $3,298,559
14 Coffman Engineers $3,236,096
15 KPFF Consulting Engineers $3,000,000
16 KCI Technologies $3,000,000
17 RMF Engineering $2,800,000
18 Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon $2,625,000
19 Newcomb & Boyd $2,033,616
20 I. C. Thomasson Associates $2,000,000
21 Sparling $1,788,836
22 Ross & Baruzzini $1,628,384
23 TLC Engineering for Architecture $1,525,695
24 M-E Engineers $1,400,000
25 Smith Seckman Reid $1,273,546
26 SSOE Group $1,078,835
27 Vanderweil Engineers $897,500
28 GRW $895,200
29 Henderson Engineers $855,580
30 TTG $825,000
31 H.F. Lenz $801,450
32 Heapy Engineering $548,198
33 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $491,612
34 Apogee Consulting Group $488,274
35 Spectrum Engineers $432,748
36 Walker Parking Consultants $425,000
37 Davis, Bowen & Friedel $369,046
38 KJWW Engineering Consultants $354,600
39 Interface Engineering $348,341
40 Syska Hennessy Group $309,356
41 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $300,000
42 CTLGroup $260,000
43 Dunham Associates $250,000
44 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger $200,000
45 WSP Group $150,000
46 Shive-Hattery $132,000
47 CJL Engineering $87,000
48 Brinjac Engineering $51,306
49 Total Building Commissioning $41,361
50 Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor $40,000
51 Walter P Moore and Associates $14,739
52 AKF Group $9,000

 

 

Top Military Sector Construction Firms

Rank Company 2013 Military Sector Revenue
1 Balfour Beatty US $682,047,610
2 Lend Lease $503,929,000
3 Hensel Phelps $342,770,000
4 Walsh Group, The $326,159,009
5 Gilbane $315,818,000
6 Turner Construction $278,261,087
7 Clark Group $256,754,714
8 McCarthy Holdings $223,000,000
9 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $175,124,234
10 Mortenson Construction $145,940,000
11 W. M. Jordan Company $100,007,479
12 JE Dunn Construction $92,780,599
13 Hunt Companies $90,253,000
14 Tutor Perini Corp. $89,201,797
15 Skanska USA $87,924,473
16 Hunt Construction Group $87,600,000
17 B. L. Harbert International $74,365,423
18 Brasfield & Gorrie $66,588,962
19 Suffolk Construction $49,230,005
20 Manhattan Construction $44,612,000
21 Sundt Construction $44,423,513
22 Leopardo Companies $41,008,580
23 KBE Building Corp. $34,356,210
24 Allen & Shariff $33,363,317
25 CORE Construction Group $31,042,120
26 Consigli Construction $29,720,291
27 Haskell $28,573,183
28 Robins & Morton $28,415,079
29 Coakley & Williams Construction $25,895,406
30 Heery International $22,045,945
31 Walbridge $18,300,000
32 C.W. Driver $17,470,000
33 S. M. Wilson & Co. $16,238,559
34 Hoffman Construction $14,813,000
35 HITT Contracting $14,590,000
36 Flintco $14,425,656
37 PCL Construction $13,434,311
38 Harkins Builders $12,000,000
39 BlueScope Construction $11,775,063
40 Juneau Construction $11,405,546
41 Yates Companies, The $10,000,000
42 Hoar Construction $9,480,000
43 Messer Construction $9,315,973
44 Bomel Construction $6,950,000
45 Hill International $6,000,000
46 Parsons Brinckerhoff $5,807,647
47 New South Construction $5,623,000
48 STV $4,451,000
49 Fortis Construction $3,300,000
50 Beck Group, The $2,997,098
51 Weitz Company, The $2,600,000
52 JLL $900,000
53 Choate Construction $765,945
54 DPR Construction $233,519
55 Kitchell Corp. $229,905
56 Wight & Company $145,000

 

Read BD+C's full 2014 Giants 300 Report 

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