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

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

Populous, AECOM, and Turner head BD+C's rankings of the nation's largest sports facility design and construction firms, as reported in the 2014 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | August 27, 2014
Hord Coplan Macht led the team for the renovation and expansion of the SECU Aren
Hord Coplan Macht led the team for the renovation and expansion of the SECU Arena at Towson University. Sasaki Associates served

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top Sports Facility Architecture Firms

Rank Company 2013 Sports Facility Revenue
1 Populous $95,132,000
2 HKS $33,157,982
3 Heery International $28,673,466
4 Gensler $17,465,000
5 Moody Nolan $16,909,220
6 Stantec $9,094,142
7 HNTB Corp. $8,650,386
8 DLR Group $7,900,000
9 Perkins+will $7,400,000
10 Hastings+Chivetta Architects $6,170,589
11 NORR $4,355,328
12 Clark Nexsen $4,336,949
13 LPA $4,121,368
14 PBK $4,120,000
15 HDR $3,700,000
16 EwingCole $3,620,000
17 Solomon Cordwell Buenz $2,500,000
18 NBBJ $2,321,000
19 Wight & Company $2,126,000
20 KZF Design $1,911,423
21 Good Fulton & Farrell $1,875,500
22 Rosser International $1,620,713
23 Perkins Eastman $1,550,000
24 S/L/A/M Collaborative, The $1,505,676
25 Ratio Architects $1,448,672
26 Goodwyn Mills & Cawood $1,389,959
27 Parkhill, Smith & Cooper $1,145,000
28 WATG | Wimberly Interiors $1,075,000
29 TEG Architects $967,874
30 Symmes Maini & McKee Associates $935,000
31 Hammel, Green and Abrahamson $916,831
32 BBS Architects $782,753
33 ZGF Architects $718,437
34 CTA Architects Engineers $707,888
35 FGM Architects $685,882
36 PGAL $629,400
37 Becker Morgan Group $598,825
38 HOK $567,281
39 Baskervill $431,684
40 LS3P $371,055
41 SchenkelShultz Architecture $319,000
42 ai Design Group $311,665
43 BLDD Architects $290,000
44 NAC|Architecture $284,669
45 VOA Associates $219,061
46 Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Associates $213,788
47 LaBella Associates $178,651
48 Cuningham Group Architecture $167,124
49 JRS Architect $135,000
50 Skidmore, Owings & Merrill $110,909
51 DLA Architects $108,030
52 RTKL Associates $107,000
53 Nadel $100,000
54 RSP Architects $51,000
55 Hensley Lamkin Rachel $50,000
56 Cooper Carry $44,330
57 FitzGerald Associates Architects $28,400
58 Nelson $9,085
59 Hoffmann Architects $1,000

 

 

 

Top Sports Facility Engineering Firms

Rank Company 2013 Sports Facility Revenue
1 AECOM Technology Corp. $36,570,000
2 M-E Engineers $16,383,000
3 Thornton Tomasetti $15,697,265
4 Walter P Moore and Associates $11,665,163
5 URS Corp. $5,775,033
6 Arup $5,128,395
7 Environmental Systems Design $5,081,574
8 Jacobs $4,990,000
9 Henderson Engineers $4,411,124
10 Smith Seckman Reid $3,713,991
11 WSP Group $2,860,000
12 Magnusson Klemencic Associates $2,566,150
13 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $2,050,000
14 Rist-Frost-Shumway Engineering $2,000,000
15 Parsons Brinckerhoff $1,879,924
16 Martin/Martin $1,512,718
17 Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber $1,500,000
18 Dewberry $1,407,631
19 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger $1,330,000
20 TLC Engineering for Architecture $1,244,948
21 RDK Engineers $660,000
22 CTLGroup $610,000
23 Primera Engineers $545,000
24 STV $527,000
25 RMF Engineering $500,000
26 Aon Fire Protection Engineering Corp. $500,000
27 OLA Consulting Engineers $488,000
28 Davis, Bowen & Friedel $460,870
29 French & Parrello Associates $455,000
30 DeSimone Consulting Engineers $428,684
31 KPFF Consulting Engineers $400,000
32 Interface Engineering $392,626
33 TTG $375,100
34 Graef $300,000
35 Guernsey $299,110
36 Syska Hennessy Group $294,231
37 KJWW Engineering Consultants $255,541
38 Highland Associates $250,000
39 Affiliated Engineers $213,000
40 Sparling $202,539
41 Shive-Hattery $195,346
42 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $168,695
43 I. C. Thomasson Associates $150,000
44 Coffman Engineers $125,252
45 Dunham Associates $75,000
46 Wick Fisher White $74,527
47 Vanderweil Engineers $60,500
48 Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor $60,000
49 Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon $60,000
50 Brinjac Engineering $59,892
51 Mazzetti $54,558
52 Allen & Shariff $40,000
53 SSOE Group $34,837
54 Zak Companies $23,203
55 CJL Engineering $19,800
56 Newcomb & Boyd $19,444
57 Karpinski Engineering $17,151
58 Spectrum Engineers $7,365

 

 

 

Top Sports Facility Construction Firms

Rank Company 2013 Sports Facility Revenue
1 Turner Construction $725,410,000
2 Mortenson Construction $426,600,000
3 Hunt Construction Group $292,000,000
4 PCL Construction $208,924,043
5 Barton Malow $133,889,816
6 Austin Commercial $130,667,014
7 JE Dunn Construction $106,383,161
8 Paric Corp. $100,000,000
9 Hoffman Construction $94,000,000
10 Flintco $59,800,000
11 Manhattan Construction $56,910,000
12 C.W. Driver $54,160,000
13 Brasfield & Gorrie $51,829,848
14 Tutor Perini Corp. $51,420,746
15 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $40,432,202
16 Heery International $28,673,466
17 Bernards $28,000,000
18 Yates Companies, The $22,000,000
19 Balfour Beatty US $21,059,934
20 Robins & Morton $19,205,076
21 Layton Construction $17,900,000
22 Absher Construction $17,818,038
23 Wight & Company $16,973,000
24 Rodgers Builders $15,687,359
25 Messer Construction $14,139,754
26 James McHugh Construction $13,604,799
27 Skanska USA $13,404,638
28 Weitz Company, The $12,619,586
29 Hill & Wilkinson $11,975,000
30 O'Neil Industries/W.E. O'Neil $10,623,002
31 LPCiminelli $10,481,510
32 Clark Group $10,179,966
33 Hensel Phelps $9,550,000
34 Hill International $8,000,000
35 McGough $7,000,000
36 Hoar Construction $6,870,000
37 Leopardo Companies $6,777,423
38 Ryan Companies US $6,666,280
39 Batson-Cook $6,430,161
40 Adolfson & Peterson Construction $6,390,953
41 CORE Construction Group $6,187,987
42 Coakley & Williams Construction $4,954,897
43 Boldt Company, The $4,249,279
44 Pepper Construction $4,210,000
45 Gilbane $2,773,200
46 Suffolk Construction $2,531,269
47 New South Construction $1,939,000
48 Parsons Brinckerhoff $1,879,924
49 Stalco Construction $1,400,000
50 Choate Construction $1,260,092
51 S. M. Wilson & Co. $1,060,764
52 Lend Lease $744,000
53 Bette Companies, The $584,000
54 STV $527,000
55 W. M. Jordan Company $445,266
56 DPR Construction $435,138
57 Alberici Constructors $138,465
58 Bomel Construction $64,285
59 Allen & Shariff $40,000
60 KBE Building Corp. $39,353
61 Astorino $29,121

 

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