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Ranked: Top science and technology sector AEC firms [2014 Giants 300 Report]

Ranked: Top science and technology sector AEC firms [2014 Giants 300 Report]

HDR, Affiliated Engineers, and Skanska top BD+C's rankings of the nation's largest S+T sector design and construction firms.


By BD+C Staff | August 21, 2014
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Top Science and Technology Sector Architecture Firms

Rank Company 2013 S&T Sector Revenue
1 HDR $55,700,000
2 HOK $50,260,857
3 Stantec $46,654,078
4 Flad Architects $38,940,000
5 Perkins+will $37,475,908
6 Payette $30,980,610
7 SmithGroupJJR $19,384,285
8 EwingCole $12,175,000
9 ZGF Architects $10,606,469
10 Harley Ellis Devereaux $9,340,000
11 Ennead Architects $6,158,951
12 Kirksey $5,138,330
13 RS&H $4,900,000
14 NBBJ $4,582,000
15 Hastings+Chivetta Architects $3,874,537
16 RTKL Associates $3,488,000
17 Perkins Eastman $3,100,000
18 BSA LifeStructures $2,854,789
19 Clark Nexsen $2,673,019
20 Lord Aeck Sargent $2,186,460
21 HKS $2,138,731
22 EYP Architecture & Engineering $2,000,000
23 Shepley Bulfinch $1,770,000
24 Emersion Design $1,726,902
25 Bergmann Associates $1,700,000
26 Gensler $1,644,004
27 Ballinger $1,608,659
28 WHR Architects $1,560,060
29 Solomon Cordwell Buenz $1,500,000
30 Ware Malcomb $1,449,500
31 Hammel, Green and Abrahamson $1,399,297
32 Symmes Maini & McKee Associates $1,290,000
33 Page $1,250,000
34 NORR $1,037,901
35 FKP Architects $1,000,000
36 Francis Cauffman $794,987
37 VOA Associates $794,232
38 Heery International $791,990
39 Cooper Carry $755,279
40 DesignGroup $676,860
41 Skidmore, Owings & Merrill $578,240
42 RSP Architects $552,000
43 Swanke Hayden Connell Architects $545,000
44 Epstein $506,000
45 Wilson Architects $500,000
46 S/L/A/M Collaborative, The $495,535
47 Nelson $404,850
48 CTA Architects Engineers $306,754
49 JRS Architect $145,000
50 Harvard Jolly Architecture $120,530
51 Margulies Perruzzi Architects $119,521
52 KZF Design $71,077
53 Commonwealth Architects $69,580
54 Baskervill $41,280
55 Little $33,876
56 NAC|Architecture $17,236
57 Ratio Architects $1,379

 

 

 

Top Science and Technology Sector Engineering Firms

Rank Company 2013 S&T Sector Revenue
1 Affiliated Engineers $28,609,000
2 URS Corp. $15,213,288
3 WSP Group $13,550,000
4 Jacobs $10,760,000
5 Vanderweil Engineers $9,556,500
6 RMF Engineering $8,900,000
7 CRB  $8,200,000
8 Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor $5,200,000
9 BR+A Consulting Engineers $4,600,000
10 Degenkolb Engineers $4,476,429
11 CCRD Partners $3,530,000
12 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $3,479,323
13 Mazzetti $3,044,920
14 Rist-Frost-Shumway Engineering $3,000,000
15 RDK Engineers $2,830,000
16 M-E Engineers $1,931,000
17 Newcomb & Boyd $1,831,915
18 SSOE Group $1,765,501
19 Aon Fire Protection Engineering Corp. $1,500,000
20 Environmental Systems Design $1,355,590
21 STV $1,114,000
22 Glumac $1,077,171
23 Syska Hennessy Group $985,040
24 Karpinski Engineering $868,633
25 KPFF Consulting Engineers $800,000
26 AKF Group $740,000
27 P2S Engineering $445,624
28 KJWW Engineering Consultants $385,407
29 Interface Engineering $348,341
30 Coffman Engineers $279,999
31 Dunham Associates $250,000
32 TLC Engineering for Architecture $239,313
33 Henderson Engineers $219,691
34 Thornton Tomasetti $213,485
35 H.F. Lenz $211,000
36 I. C. Thomasson Associates $200,000
37 OLA Consulting Engineers $184,800
38 Davis, Bowen & Friedel $174,710
39 Allen & Shariff $128,000
40 Spectrum Engineers $126,582
41 TTG $124,162
42 CJL Engineering $122,500
43 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $110,000
44 Sparling $107,790
45 Wick Fisher White $74,325
46 Guernsey $58,515
47 Magnusson Klemencic Associates $50,243
48 French & Parrello Associates $50,000
49 Apogee Consulting Group $42,320
50 Walter P Moore and Associates $41,790
51 Zak Companies $17,283
52 Heapy Engineering $14,759
53 Brinjac Engineering $8,704

 

 

 

Top Science and Technology Sector Construction Firms

Rank Company 2013 S&T Sector Revenue
1 Skanska USA $567,520,664
2 DPR Construction $269,947,839
3 Turner Construction $205,000,000
4 Suffolk Construction $164,816,499
5 JE Dunn Construction $162,998,885
6 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $144,884,163
7 Structure Tone $92,170,000
8 Kraus-Anderson Construction $75,000,000
9 Consigli Construction $70,990,917
10 Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction $44,180,000
11 Choate Construction $38,400,718
12 Manhattan Construction $36,800,000
13 LeChase Construction Services $32,800,000
14 McCarthy Holdings $32,000,000
15 Hill & Wilkinson $30,263,000
16 Hensel Phelps $30,090,000
17 McGough $24,000,000
18 Flintco $14,250,000
19 Alberici Constructors $10,407,230
20 S. M. Wilson & Co. $10,383,344
21 E.W. Howell $9,541,000
22 Hill International $9,000,000
23 Fortis Construction $7,700,000
24 Hoar Construction $6,050,000
25 Shawmut Design and Construction $5,000,000
26 HITT Contracting $4,200,000
27 Messer Construction $3,491,416
28 Tutor Perini Corp. $3,447,967
29 James G. Davis Construction $2,884,634
30 Stalco Construction $2,602,000
31 O'Neil Industries/W.E. O'Neil $1,820,063
32 BlueScope Construction $1,555,063
33 Coakley & Williams Construction $1,514,454
34 STV $1,114,000
35 Heery International $791,990
36 Bomel Construction $578,354
37 Weitz Company, The $215,744
38 JLL $172,953
39 W. M. Jordan Company $171,674
40 Allen & Shariff $128,000
41 Austin Commercial $60,044

 

Read BD+C's full 2014 Giants 300 Report

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