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

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

Brasfield & Gorrie, Gensler, and Jacobs top BD+C's rankings of the nation's largest religious sector design and construction firms.


By BD+C Staff | September 9, 2014
Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, Houston. Photo: Farragutful via Wikimedia Comm
Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, Houston. Photo: Farragutful via Wikimedia Commons

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top Religious Sector Architecture Firms

Rank Company 2013 Religious Project Revenue
1 Gensler $10,334,298
2 Perkins+will $4,070,000
3 LS3P $3,190,597
4 Kirksey $3,141,868
5 ZGF Architects $2,187,161
6 Ziegler Cooper $2,051,097
7 Hammel, Green and Abrahamson $1,773,599
8 Parkhill, Smith & Cooper $1,601,000
9 BLDD Architects $1,150,000
10 Good Fulton & Farrell $917,000
11 Stantec $789,738
12 Cuningham Group Architecture $762,952
13 Moody Nolan $722,616
14 Beyer Blinder Belle $677,754
15 HKS $538,315
16 LPA $508,907
17 LaBella Associates $283,584
18 SchenkelShultz Architecture $282,000
19 Ennead Architects $264,233
20 Vocon $262,947
21 Fanning/Howey Associates $155,000
22 TEG Architects $149,676
23 S/L/A/M Collaborative, The $125,837
24 BBS Architects $120,010
25 Lord Aeck Sargent $118,837
26 Goodwyn Mills & Cawood $93,310
27 Ratio Architects $79,346
28 PGAL $71,900
29 Becker Morgan Group $60,913
30 RNL $59,000
31 CTA Architects Engineers $47,831
32 Carrier Johnson + Culture $38,306
33 Eppstein Uhen Architects $35,688
34 BSA LifeStructures $27,071
35 HMC Architects $24,852
36 Ware Malcomb $21,500
37 Baskervill $16,481
38 Integrus Architecture $11,480
39 Hoffmann Architects $9,000
40 Sherlock, Smith & Adams $8,000
41 Commonwealth Architects $6,700
42 Corgan $5,933
43 KZF Design $5,612
44 Heery International $3,758
45 RSP Architects $2,000
46 Environetics $1,800
47 Wight & Company $1,000
48 NAC|Architecture $935

 

 

 

Top Religious Sector Engineering Firms

Rank Company 2013 Religious Project Revenue
1 Jacobs $16,090,000
2 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $1,820,000
3 Thornton Tomasetti $630,816
4 Henderson Engineers $491,796
5 Glumac $369,914
6 Walter P Moore and Associates $367,226
7 Heapy Engineering $348,855
8 Spectrum Engineers $303,089
9 Highland Associates $300,000
10 French & Parrello Associates $300,000
11 KPFF Consulting Engineers $250,000
12 TTG $241,000
13 OLA Consulting Engineers $225,000
14 I. C. Thomasson Associates $200,000
15 Aon Fire Protection Engineering Corp. $200,000
16 Wallace Engineering $169,000
17 AKF Group $140,000
18 Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor $120,000
19 TLC Engineering for Architecture $119,532
20 Davis, Bowen & Friedel $103,936
21 M-E Engineers $100,000
22 Allen & Shariff $100,000
23 Joseph R. Loring & Associates $90,000
24 Karpinski Engineering $84,625
25 RDK Engineers $60,000
26 SSOE Group $52,428
27 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $47,527
28 Interface Engineering $42,970
29 Kamm Consulting $40,000
30 G&W Engineering Corp. $35,300
31 Zak Companies $33,305
32 Vanderweil Engineers $33,200
33 Newcomb & Boyd $26,785
34 Martin/Martin $19,454
35 P2S Engineering $16,932
36 CJL Engineering $10,490
37 Graef $7,647
38 Arup $7,378

 

 

 

Top Religious Sector Construction Firms

Rank Company 2013 Religious Project Revenue
1 Brasfield & Gorrie $40,751,235
2 Structure Tone $39,480,000
3 Beck Group, The $32,714,728
4 Manhattan Construction $25,800,000
5 Turner Construction $16,410,000
6 Suffolk Construction $12,890,520
7 JE Dunn Construction $11,110,690
8 Boldt Company, The $8,767,160
9 C.W. Driver $7,320,000
10 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $6,761,403
11 B. L. Harbert International $6,722,317
12 Yates Companies, The $6,600,000
13 Shawmut Design and Construction $6,000,000
14 Messer Construction $5,966,611
15 Walbridge $5,800,000
16 Pepper Construction $4,620,000
17 Weitz Company, The $3,266,108
18 Hunt Construction Group $3,000,000
19 Hill & Wilkinson $2,764,000
20 Walsh Group, The $2,323,577
21 O'Neil Industries/W.E. O'Neil $2,270,509
22 Hill International $2,000,000
23 Leopardo Companies $1,924,226
24 CORE Construction Group $1,836,952
25 Hoar Construction $1,792,000
26 Haselden Construction $1,741,567
27 W. M. Jordan Company $1,116,116
28 Batson-Cook $925,989
29 PCL Construction $819,075
30 Tutor Perini Corp. $635,202
31 Stalco Construction $420,000
32 DPR Construction $230,036
33 Austin Commercial $184,635
34 Allen & Shariff $100,000
35 Astorino $73,453
36 Heery International $3,758

 

 

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