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

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

CannonDesign, Clark Group, and URS top BD+C's rankings of the nation's largest Veterans Administration building sector design and construction firms.


By BD+C Staff | September 14, 2014
Tampa VA Hospital. Photo: courtesy VA
Tampa VA Hospital. Photo: courtesy VA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top Veterans Administration Sector Architecture Firms

Rank Company 2013 Veterans Administration Building Revenue
1 CannonDesign $15,000,000
2 Leo A Daly $12,896,157
3 HDR $8,459,200
4 NBBJ $6,464,000
5 Westlake Reed Leskosky $6,325,000
6 Hoefer Wysocki Architecture $6,010,000
7 HOK $5,728,056
8 ZGF Architects $3,565,855
9 Array Architects $2,138,000
10 Hammel, Green and Abrahamson $1,565,733
11 Perkins Eastman $1,540,000
12 Polytech Associates  $1,500,000
13 H+L Architecture $1,295,496
14 Page $1,182,000
15 HMC Architects $1,117,716
16 EwingCole $1,000,000
17 Sherlock, Smith & Adams $932,000
18 Heery International $931,666
19 Epstein $841,000
20 Morris Architects $650,000
21 Perkins+will $595,451
22 Taylor Design $372,052
23 Anderson Mikos Architects $350,000
24 Payette $318,779
25 Cuningham Group Architecture $290,426
26 RBB Architects $215,897
27 Clark Nexsen $200,156
28 LBL Architects $200,000
29 Legat Architects $191,800
30 Emersion Design $127,032
31 FreemanWhite $107,667
32 RSP Architects $74,000
33 NAC|Architecture $69,546
34 Flad Architects $64,840
35 BSA LifeStructures $41,019
36 CTA Architects Engineers $15,948
37 Integrus Architecture $11,473
38 TEG Architects $4,046
39 Bergmann Associates $1,800

 

 

 

Top Veterans Administration Sector Engineering Firms

Rank Company 2013 Veterans Administration Building Revenue
1 URS Corp. $5,737,392
2 Jacobs $5,057,640
3 Heapy Engineering $4,118,394
4 Apogee Consulting Group $2,080,275
5 Degenkolb Engineers $1,974,556
6 Interface Engineering $1,892,305
7 Ross & Baruzzini $1,694,572
8 Parsons Brinckerhoff $1,602,180
9 TTG $1,265,000
10 SSOE Group $1,199,568
11 H.F. Lenz $985,000
12 KJWW Engineering Consultants $953,450
13 Shive-Hattery $937,178
14 BR+A Consulting Engineers $920,000
15 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $908,201
16 Dewberry $824,640
17 Mazzetti $800,022
18 Affiliated Engineers $718,000
19 Vanderweil Engineers $635,800
20 Spectrum Engineers $559,365
21 KPFF Consulting Engineers $500,000
22 KCI Technologies $500,000
23 Dunham Associates $500,000
24 Walker Parking Consultants $425,000
25 Syska Hennessy Group $417,504
26 STV $279,000
27 I. C. Thomasson Associates $250,000
28 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger $200,000
29 RMF Engineering $150,000
30 M-E Engineers $100,000
31 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $100,000
32 TLC Engineering for Architecture $77,955
33 Brinjac Engineering $77,934
34 Glumac $77,370
35 Sparling $75,751
36 Henderson Engineers $69,000
37 Wick Fisher White $59,800
38 Aon Fire Protection Engineering Corp. $16,631
39 Allen & Shariff $15,000
40 G&W Engineering Corp. $14,200
41 Guernsey $5,361
42 Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor $5,000

 

 

 

Top Veterans Administration Sector Construction Firms

Rank Company 2013 Veterans Administration Building Revenue
1 Clark Group $376,422,744
2 McCarthy Holdings $119,000,000
3 Brasfield & Gorrie $113,174,998
4 Walsh Group, The $107,708,781
5 Turner Construction $89,741,651
6 Gilbane $17,780,000
7 McShane Companies, The $17,672,043
8 Haselden Construction $13,342,778
9 Sundt Construction $12,865,799
10 Tutor Perini Corp. $9,980,863
11 Lend Lease $5,846,000
12 Manhattan Construction $5,631,000
13 Parsons Brinckerhoff $1,602,180
14 New South Construction $1,094,000
15 Alberici Constructors $1,080,320
16 Heery International $931,666
17 Hunt Construction Group $800,000
18 Astorino $662,420
19 S. M. Wilson & Co. $559,870
20 Hoar Construction $311,000
21 STV $279,000
22 CORE Construction Group $242,415
23 LPCiminelli $131,135
24 DPR Construction $101,416
25 Allen & Shariff $15,000
26 BlueScope Construction $6,138
27 Absher Construction $1,009

 

Read BD+C's full 2014 Giants 300 Report 

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