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STATE GOVERNMENT GIANTS: A ranking of the nation’s top design and construction firms in state sector work

STATE GOVERNMENT GIANTS: A ranking of the nation’s top design and construction firms in state sector work

CannonDesign, Stantec, Turner Construction Co.,Mortensen Construction, WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff and AECOM top Building Design+Construction’s annual rankings of the nation’s largest state government sector AEC firms, as reported in the 2016 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | August 18, 2016

Texas Capitol Building. Pixabay Public Domain

TOP 50 STATE GOVERNMENT ARCHITECTURE FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 CannonDesign $43,400,000
2 Stantec $33,591,783
3 SmithGroupJJR $30,010,000
4 DLR Group $26,000,000
5 HOK $22,540,000
6 LMN Architects $16,081,000
7 Alliiance $15,474,270
8 Heery International $14,158,088
9 RS&H $13,500,000
10 Clark Nexsen $8,906,591
11 HGA $8,425,000
12 ZGF Architects $7,923,190
13 HDR $7,370,303
14 JLG Architects $7,290,470
15 NBBJ $6,000,000
16 Flad Architects $4,611,000
17 EYP $4,387,288
18 Perkins Eastman $3,835,000
19 Architects Hawaii Ltd. $3,599,000
20 Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners $3,469,167
21 tvsdesign $3,150,000
22 Rosser International $2,878,114
23 Diamond Schmitt Architects $2,852,000
24 LS3P $2,759,407
25 BWBR $2,441,305
26 Cambridge Seven Associates $2,194,000
27 Gensler $2,116,251
28 Grimm + Parker Architects $2,090,036
29 Bergmann Associates $2,055,605
30 Nelson Worldwide Holdings $1,945,639
31 RNL Design $1,683,000
32 Guernsey $1,588,393
33 Leo A Daly $1,514,390
34 FXFOWLE $1,301,177
35 Integrus Architecture $998,275
36 KGP Design Studio $953,000
37 Becker Morgan Group $928,733
38 CO Architects $854,000
39 CTA Architects Engineers $841,991
40 HKS $782,364
41 Urbahn Architects $690,000
42 Carrier Johnson + Culture $656,829
43 Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood $554,778
44 Morris Architects $499,000
45 Little $494,000
46 Wold Architects and Engineers $475,000
47 Lord Aeck Sargent $447,176
48 Gresham, Smith and Partners $431,000
49 CallisonRTKL $403,000
50 Cuningham Group Architecture $379,783
     
     
TOP 40 STATE GOVERNMENT CONSTRUCTION FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Turner Construction Co. $963,598,623
2 Mortenson Construction $530,376,000
3 PCL Construction Enterprises $479,131,846
4 Hensel Phelps $326,421,000
5 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $156,077,935
6 W.M. Jordan Company $141,835,518
7 Clark Group $141,500,511
8 Linbeck Group $130,000,000
9 Gilbane Building Co. $129,774,000
10 JE Dunn Construction $112,992,928
11 Skanska USA $62,021,060
12 AECOM $57,770,000
13 Brasfield & Gorrie $50,190,293
14 Adolfson & Peterson Construction $46,810,000
15 Ryan Companies US $41,556,920
16 Balfour Beatty US $40,853,361
17 Bernards $38,500,000
18 Walsh Group, The $34,667,404
19 KBE Building Corp. $33,152,583
20 Heery International $29,366,635
21 dck worldwide $23,405,000
22 Layton Construction Co. $22,800,000
23 LeChase Construction $22,000,000
24 Consigli Building Group $16,544,549
25 STV $13,750,590
26 Manhattan Construction Group $12,677,000
27 Fortis Construction $8,703,767
28 Shook Construction Co. $6,227,619
29 Holder Construction Co. $6,000,000
30 Wendel $4,999,336
31 Coakley & Williams Construction $4,989,805
32 Jacobs $4,636,426
33 Core Construction Group $3,159,742
34 DPR Construction $2,943,000
35 Bette Companies, The $2,673,111
36 Yates Companies, The $1,500,000
37 Suffolk Construction Co. $1,298,747
38 Cumming $1,027,000
39 HITT Contracting $1,000,000
40 Lendlease $714,000
41 Kitchell Corp. $540,518
42 McCarthy Holdings $530,813
     
     
TOP 30 STATE GOVERNMENT ENGINEERING FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff $97,613,000
2 AECOM $60,000,000
3 STV $26,889,226
4 Arup $13,749,301
5 Dewberry $12,044,634
6 Woolpert $10,296,095
7 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger $8,745,000
8 Wendel $6,662,131
9 Loring Consulting Engineers $4,000,000
10 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $3,700,000
11 KZF Design $3,305,672
12 Smith Seckman Reid $3,136,238
13 Thornton Tomasetti $3,031,189
14 RDK Engineers $2,598,944
15 Walker Parking Consultants $2,474,066
16 Shive-Hattery $2,319,824
17 Architectural Engineers $2,164,059
18 Vanderweil Engineers $2,037,900
19 Global Engineering Solutions $2,000,000
20 Jacobs $1,949,199
21 dbHMS $1,800,000
22 Jensen Hughes $1,708,891
23 RMF Engineering $1,676,000
24 Syska Hennessy Group $1,021,903
25 Spectrum Engineers $982,195
26 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $893,329
27 JBA Consulting Engineers $667,816
28 H.F. Lenz Company $650,000
29 I. C. Thomasson Associates $600,000
30 Affiliated Engineers $585,000
31 TLC Engineering for Architecture $546,789
32 KCI Technologies $500,000

 

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