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

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

PCL Construction, Stantec, and AECOM head BD+C's rankings of the nation's largest state government design and construction firms, as reported in the 2014 Giants 300 Report.  


By BD+C Staff | September 7, 2014
Arizona Capitol Museum 2014. Photo: Gage Skidmore via Wikipedia
Arizona Capitol Museum 2014. Photo: Gage Skidmore via Wikipedia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top State Government Sector Architecture Firms

Rank Company 2013 State Government Revenue
1 Stantec $75,267,246
2 Heery International $40,493,683
3 SmithGroupJJR $28,319,322
4 DLR Group $17,000,000
5 SHW Group $15,991,000
6 Moseley Architects $15,016,516
7 RS&H $12,250,000
8 HDR $11,315,904
9 EYP Architecture & Engineering $10,000,000
10 NBBJ $5,433,000
11 Hammel, Green and Abrahamson $5,093,838
12 HOK $4,949,000
13 Fentress Architects $4,899,541
14 ZGF Architects $4,849,113
15 Perkins+will $4,792,619
16 Becker Morgan Group $4,097,716
17 HKS $3,346,069
18 Leo A Daly $3,215,099
19 Carrier Johnson + Culture $3,204,174
20 LaBella Associates $3,035,000
21 Rosser International $2,737,756
22 NORR $2,673,090
23 Goodwyn Mills & Cawood $2,589,154
24 RTKL Associates $2,515,000
25 GWWO $1,873,874
26 Gensler $1,856,771
27 Hoffmann Architects $1,583,000
28 Ennead Architects $1,424,000
29 Gresham, Smith and Partners $1,336,000
30 Cambridge Seven Associates $1,210,000
31 FXFOWLE Architects $1,180,000
32 EwingCole $1,100,000
33 KZF Design $1,075,969
34 Clark Nexsen $1,054,623
35 RSP Architects $1,020,000
36 Swanke Hayden Connell Architects $925,000
37 Perkins Eastman $835,000
38 Corgan $762,894
39 CTA Architects Engineers $760,921
40 CO Architects $735,300
41 Schrader Group Architecture $649,979
42 Beyer Blinder Belle $607,356
43 RNL $602,000
44 Bergmann Associates $589,560
45 Legat Architects $584,700
46 Symmes Maini & McKee Associates $565,000
47 Ratio Architects $562,919
48 Parkhill, Smith & Cooper $556,000
49 Commonwealth Architects $546,756
50 SchenkelShultz Architecture $542,000
51 Morris Architects $400,000
52 Flad Architects $369,247
53 Epstein $321,000
54 OZ Architecture $257,312
55 BRPH $200,000
56 LMN Architects $192,500
57 Emersion Design $185,984
58 HNTB Corp. $162,624
59 LS3P $143,648
60 Baskervill $127,593
61 LawKingdon Architecture $100,000
62 Kirksey $74,645
63 Cuningham Group Architecture $66,998
64 Integrus Architecture $26,829
65 Sherlock, Smith & Adams $2,000

 

 

Top State Government Sector Engineering Firms

Rank Company 2013 State Government Revenue
1 AECOM Technology Corp. $117,900,000
2 URS Corp. $48,225,313
3 Jacobs $25,886,021
4 Burns & McDonnell $24,152,332
5 STV $15,666,000
6 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger $10,150,000
7 Dewberry $7,421,759
8 Parsons Brinckerhoff $7,420,007
9 Thornton Tomasetti $6,951,939
10 Arup $6,234,642
11 RMF Engineering $3,300,000
12 Coffman Engineers $3,294,200
13 Glumac $3,044,636
14 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $2,450,000
15 KPFF Consulting Engineers $2,000,000
16 Joseph R. Loring & Associates $2,000,000
17 Shive-Hattery $1,888,930
18 WSP Group $1,870,000
19 Smith Seckman Reid $1,752,739
20 Vanderweil Engineers $1,548,400
21 Graef $1,349,513
22 Brinjac Engineering $1,152,948
23 TTG $965,000
24 Walker Parking Consultants $850,000
25 Aon Fire Protection Engineering Corp. $694,930
26 RDK Engineers $680,000
27 Interface Engineering $646,210
28 Davis, Bowen & Friedel $622,980
29 Highland Associates $600,000
30 CJL Engineering $565,500
31 AKF Group $560,000
32 H.F. Lenz $555,000
33 Newcomb & Boyd $527,568
34 KCI Technologies $500,000
35 I. C. Thomasson Associates $500,000
36 GRW $465,320
37 Dunham Associates $400,000
38 Syska Hennessy Group $341,710
39 Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor $260,000
40 CTLGroup $260,000
41 Rist-Frost-Shumway Engineering $250,000
42 Spectrum Engineers $228,684
43 Affiliated Engineers $197,000
44 KJWW Engineering Consultants $187,391
45 French & Parrello Associates $177,100
46 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $171,232
47 KLH Engineers $160,317
48 Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon $155,000
49 Guernsey $123,196
50 Primera Engineers $113,000
51 Henderson Engineers $95,782
52 TLC Engineering for Architecture $92,488
53 Wick Fisher White $87,200
54 Allen & Shariff $61,000
55 Integrated Design Group $55,650
56 Heapy Engineering $46,515
57 Wallace Engineering $30,000
58 Ross & Baruzzini $17,338
59 SSOE Group $15,959
60 H&A Architects & Engineers $10,000
61 Mazzetti $6,351
62 G&W Engineering Corp. $1,400
63 Walter P Moore and Associates $700

 

 

Top State Government Sector Construction Firms

Rank Company 2013 State Government Revenue
1 PCL Construction $779,190,063
2 Turner Construction $764,648,641
3 Clark Group $693,355,701
4 Tutor Perini Corp. $281,677,101
5 Gilbane $196,149,000
6 Hensel Phelps $194,690,000
7 Balfour Beatty US $105,870,232
8 Holder Construction $102,678,000
9 Walsh Group, The $81,539,752
10 JE Dunn Construction $60,959,904
11 McCarthy Holdings $50,000,000
12 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $49,083,377
13 Fortis Construction $48,985,000
14 Heery International $40,493,683
15 Sundt Construction $36,291,353
16 Power Construction $34,000,000
17 Bernards $32,000,000
18 Kitchell Corp. $26,111,107
19 Absher Construction $24,090,657
20 CORE Construction Group $23,101,686
21 Hunt Companies $21,513,243
22 EMJ Corp. $21,000,000
23 Flintco $19,243,203
24 Suffolk Construction $16,487,695
25 Manhattan Construction $16,373,000
26 STV $15,666,000
27 Hill International $15,000,000
28 E.W. Howell $9,198,000
29 W. M. Jordan Company $8,480,107
30 Skanska USA $8,020,469
31 Yates Companies, The $8,000,000
32 Parsons Brinckerhoff $7,420,007
33 LeChase Construction Services $6,560,000
34 Consigli Construction $5,144,943
35 Layton Construction $5,100,000
36 Coakley & Williams Construction $4,266,839
37 JLL $3,300,000
38 Bomel Construction $3,068,000
39 Structure Tone $2,998,100
40 O'Neil Industries/W.E. O'Neil $2,725,145
41 Adolfson & Peterson Construction $2,457,890
42 BlueScope Construction $1,601,039
43 Astorino $1,535,653
44 Ryan Companies US $1,053,637
45 Graycor $803,453
46 Brasfield & Gorrie $787,019
47 Lend Lease $350,000
48 New South Construction $323,000
49 S. M. Wilson & Co. $279,021
50 Hoffman Construction $141,000
51 Hoar Construction $108,000
52 Allen & Shariff $61,000

 

Read BD+C's full 2014 Giants 300 Report 

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