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

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

Leo A Daly, URS, and Skanska head BD+C's rankings of the largest transit facility sector design and construction firms.


By BD+C Staff | September 10, 2014
MBTA Revere Transit Facility & Streetscape project in Revere, Mass. Photo: court
MBTA Revere Transit Facility & Streetscape project in Revere, Mass. Photo: courtesy Suffolk Construction

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top Transit Facility Sector Architecture Firms

Rank Company 2013 Transit Sector Revenue
1 Leo A Daly $19,803,803
2 HDR $8,100,000
3 RNL $7,417,000
4 NORR $7,300,016
5 Heery International $5,041,778
6 Perkins+will $4,800,000
7 Perkins Eastman $4,650,000
8 ZGF Architects $4,202,825
9 FXFOWLE Architects $3,600,000
10 Epstein $3,064,000
11 HOK $2,934,633
12 LMN Architects $2,277,300
13 Gensler $2,177,922
14 Stantec $1,705,602
15 Solomon Cordwell Buenz $1,700,000
16 IBI Group ? Gruzen Samton $1,500,000
17 Cooper Carry $1,490,792
18 Legat Architects $1,458,600
19 Beyer Blinder Belle $1,123,611
20 Ratio Architects $862,924
21 Wight & Company $525,000
22 Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates $461,700
23 Niles Bolton Associates $458,200
24 BLTa $393,000
25 Becker Morgan Group $350,869
26 Hoffmann Architects $310,000
27 Lord Aeck Sargent $282,129
28 NAC|Architecture $267,646
29 HNTB Corp. $162,805
30 Symmes Maini & McKee Associates $70,000
31 CTA Architects Engineers $21,997
32 TEG Architects $15,000

 

 

 

Top Transit Facility Sector Engineering Firms

Rank Company 2013 Transit Sector Revenue
1 URS Corp. $80,426,891
2 AECOM Technology Corp. $73,630,000
3 Parsons Brinckerhoff $63,647,346
4 Jacobs $59,000,000
5 Arup $30,762,561
6 STV $29,294,000
7 KPFF Consulting Engineers $5,500,000
8 Thornton Tomasetti $4,745,871
9 Ross & Baruzzini $4,443,353
10 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger $4,230,000
11 Leidos $2,540,000
12 TLC Engineering for Architecture $1,948,605
13 WSP Group $1,930,000
14 Coffman Engineers $1,439,383
15 Glumac $726,059
16 Dewberry $650,000
17 Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber $600,000
18 Brinjac Engineering $579,114
19 AKF Group $547,000
20 Aon Fire Protection Engineering Corp. $500,000
21 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $470,000
22 BR+A Consulting Engineers $460,000
23 Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor $330,000
24 M-E Engineers $250,000
25 Martin/Martin $228,163
26 Highland Associates $200,000
27 Spectrum Engineers $142,474
28 Dunham Associates $125,000
29 Environmental Systems Design $124,172
30 Guernsey $123,196
31 CJL Engineering $105,050
32 Allen & Shariff $100,000
33 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $84,347
34 Interface Engineering $49,000
35 Apogee Consulting Group $13,200
36 P2S Engineering $11,368
37 Karpinski Engineering $10,480
38 Henderson Engineers $8,777
39 Newcomb & Boyd $8,537

 

 

 

Top Transit Facility Sector Construction Firms

Rank Company 2013 Transit Sector Revenue
1 Skanska USA $428,852,738
2 Walsh Group, The $230,787,366
3 Clark Group $186,244,504
4 Turner Construction $158,400,000
5 Tutor Perini Corp. $125,550,873
6 Parsons Brinckerhoff $63,647,346
7 Hoffman Construction $61,000,000
8 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $56,441,628
9 Bernards $44,000,000
10 STV $29,294,000
11 LPCiminelli $25,006,749
12 McCarthy Holdings $19,250,000
13 Hill International $17,000,000
14 Suffolk Construction $16,487,695
15 Adolfson & Peterson Construction $15,201,393
16 Bomel Construction $7,064,099
17 Gilbane $6,840,400
18 Absher Construction $6,107,896
19 Heery International $5,041,778
20 Coakley & Williams Construction $2,803,663
21 Ryan Companies US $609,623
22 Wight & Company $188,000
23 Astorino $163,558
24 Allen & Shariff $100,000
25 W. M. Jordan Company $70,840

 

Read BD+C's full 2014 Giants 300 Report

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