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RELIGIOUS FACILITY GIANTS: A ranking of the nation’s top religious sector design and construction firms

RELIGIOUS FACILITY GIANTS: A ranking of the nation’s top religious sector design and construction firms

Gensler, Leo A Daly, Brasfield & Gorrie, Layton Construction, and AECOM top Building Design+Construction’s annual ranking of the nation’s largest religious facility AEC firms, as reported in the 2016 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | September 26, 2016

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TOP 30 RELIGIOUS FACILITY ARCHITECTURE FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Gensler $15,520,000
2 Leo A Daly $6,479,274
3 ZGF Architects $4,930,102
4 LS3P $4,158,154
5 HGA $2,920,000
6 GFF $2,639,868
7 Beck Group, The $2,575,013
8 Kirksey Architecture $2,038,123
9 Parkhill, Smith & Cooper $1,455,588
10 Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners $1,098,951
11 Perkins+Will $980,000
12 LPA $881,432
13 Cuningham Group Architecture $868,559
14 BLDD Architects $860,000
15 Zyscovich Architects $815,430
16 Stantec $696,902
17 Diamond Schmitt Architects $672,000
18 CTA Architects Engineers $590,380
19 Environetics $423,590
20 Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture $356,399
21 RNL Design $330,600
22 Clark Nexsen $236,565
23 JLG Architects $220,005
24 Schenkel & Shultz $215,753
25 Emersion Design $208,600
26 Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood $200,649
27 BKSK Architects $174,083
28 STG Design $171,000
29 Lord Aeck Sargent $160,154
30 Becker Morgan Group $153,765
31 Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor $113,000
32 FXFOWLE $106,750
33 LK Architecture $100,000
     
     
TOP 40 RELIGIOUS FACILITY CONSTRUCTION FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Brasfield & Gorrie $59,779,222
2 Layton Construction Co. $39,000,000
3 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $37,696,142
4 PCL Construction Enterprises $34,259,099
5 Turner Construction Co. $31,077,310
6 Choate Construction Co. $27,409,144
7 Yates Companies, The $26,600,000
8 Beck Group, The $21,968,942
9 Walbridge $10,000,000
10 Adolfson & Peterson Construction $9,740,000
11 Hill & Wilkinson General Contractors $7,996,000
12 Core Construction Group $7,991,083
13 AECOM $6,230,000
14 JE Dunn Construction $5,712,891
15 Kitchell Corp. $5,337,746
16 Paric Corporation $5,000,000
17 Alberici-Flintco $4,893,353
18 Bernards $4,000,000
19 W.E. O’Neil Construction Co. $3,862,355
20 W.M. Jordan Company $3,779,955
21 EMJ Corp. $3,428,711
22 Bomel Construction Co. $2,600,000
23 C.W. Driver Companies $2,409,902
24 WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff $2,292,000
25 Skanska USA $2,236,847
26 Hill International $2,000,000
27 Gilbane Building Co. $1,809,000
28 Haselden Construction $1,765,130
29 Cahill Contractors $1,710,000
30 Stalco Construction $1,700,000
31 Manhattan Construction Group $1,588,000
32 Sachse Construction $1,401,585
33 Hoar Construction $1,196,000
34 DPR Construction $1,171,000
35 Boldt Company, The $933,634
36 Jacobs $550,000
37 Shook Construction Co. $482,473
38 Weis Builders $223,000
39 Graycor $211,194
40 Doster Construction Co. $164,005
41 Zak Companies $7,359
     
     
TOP 30 RELIGIOUS FACILITY ENGINEERING FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 AECOM $48,500,000
2 Jacobs $13,630,000
3 WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff $8,384,000
4 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $1,770,000
5 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger $1,446,000
6 KJWW / TTG $580,024
7 Baird, Hampton & Brown $449,810
8 Thornton Tomasetti $318,964
9 I. C. Thomasson Associates $311,000
10 Wallace Engineering $300,000
11 CTLGroup $300,000
12 Jensen Hughes $235,565
13 ME Engineers $200,000
14 OLA Consulting Engineers $194,370
15 Arup $178,385
16 Henderson Engineers $164,925
17 Glumac $135,168
18 KLH Engineers $118,417
19 TLC Engineering for Architecture $113,492
20 DeSimone Consulting Engineers $105,871
21 KZF Design $104,980
22 Interface Engineering $99,460
23 Walter P Moore $98,215
24 P2S Engineering $88,585
25 CJL Engineering, Inc. $82,500
26 Newcomb & Boyd $74,300
27 Loring Consulting Engineers $65,000
28 William Tao & Associates $63,078
29 Peter Basso Associates $58,030
30 Spectrum Engineers $57,777

 

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