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Top 100 Architecture Firms

Top 100 Architecture Firms

Gensler surpasses $1.1 billion in revenue, topping Building Design+Construction’s annual ranking of the nation’s largest architecture firms, as reported in the 2016 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | July 25, 2016
Top 100 architect companies and architecture firms

Hamilton Elementary School in Moline, Ill., features a range of interactive learning spaces designed to encourage critical thinking and collaboration, including an “imaginarium,” discovery lab, and learning stair (pictured). On the Building Team: Legat Architects (design architect), KJWW Engineering (SE), Amsco Engineering (MEP), McClure Engineering (CE), MVP Services Group (kitchen design), and Russell Construction (CM). Photo: AJ Brown Imaging

TOP 100 ARCHITECTURE FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Gensler $1,180,550,000
2 Perkins+Will $484,240,000
3 HKS $363,803,828
4 Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates* $224,000,000
5 Perkins Eastman $195,000,000
6 Corgan $160,100,000
7 NBBJ $154,000,000
8 ZGF Architects $153,846,347
9 Populous $137,885,943
10 HMC Architects $71,204,368
11 VOA Associates $70,245,001
12 Solomon Cordwell Buenz $65,679,115
13 Robert A.M. Stern Architects $63,915,000
14 Cuningham Group Architecture $63,334,146
15 Cooper Carry $61,682,683
16 LS3P $60,604,452
17 Hord Coplan Macht $52,386,251
18 MG2 $50,307,335
19 Studios Architecture $49,812,846
20 BWBR $48,686,633
21 Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners $48,463,578
22 Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture $47,996,592
23 FRCH Design Worldwide $44,700,000
24 Payette $43,404,931
25 Beck Group, The $41,907,615
26 Moody Nolan $40,690,000
27 TPG Architecture $40,477,000
28 Kirksey Architecture $40,422,443
29 Shepley Bulfinch $40,419,000
30 tvsdesign $39,500,000
31 Diamond Schmitt Architects $38,136,000
32 LMN Architects $37,444,000
33 NAC Architecture $36,809,265
34 Ted Moudis Associates $35,500,000
35 GFF $35,287,876
36 FKP Architects $35,167,552
37 WDG $34,890,000
38 CO Architects $33,492,500
39 Goettsch Partners $32,600,000
40 Ziegler Cooper* $32,241,600
41 OZ Architecture $31,820,382
42 Eppstein Uhen Architects $31,776,000
43 MBH Architects $31,233,062
44 P+R Architects $31,000,000
45 Niles Bolton Associates $30,650,000
46 DGA $30,088,093
47 Lord Aeck Sargent $29,031,863
48 Mithun $28,469,000
49 RNL Design $26,789,300
50 Grimm + Parker Architects $25,816,847
51 GBBN Architects $25,560,000
52 Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Associates $24,942,815
53 Vocon $24,841,400
54 Array Architects $24,700,000
55 Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio $24,347,165
56 JLG Architects $24,301,565
57 Cambridge Seven Associates $24,256,000
58 Davis Brody Bond $23,100,105
59 Francis Cauffman $22,815,110
60 Harvard Jolly $22,270,786
61 Architects Hawaii Ltd. $21,878,000
62 GGLO $21,600,000
63 Dattner Architects $21,395,815
64 Hnedak Bobo Group $18,675,411
65 Zyscovich Architects $18,591,399
66 Carrier Johnson + Culture $18,245,270
67 FGM Architects $18,187,219
68 STG Design $17,100,000
69 Hastings+Chivetta Architects $16,500,000
70 Tsoi/Kobus & Associates $15,914,863
71 SB Architects $15,777,829
72 Legat Architects $15,650,000
73 GWWO $14,797,401
74 Wilson Architects $14,300,000
75 Weber Thompson $13,948,708
76 Quattrocchi Kwok Architects $13,895,000
77 HMFH Architects $12,216,045
78 BLDD Architects $12,200,000
79 Margulies Perruzzi Architects $11,882,033
80 TEG Architects $10,958,585
81 Rottet Studio $10,583,000
82 EDI International $10,056,615
83 Sink Combs Dethlefs $9,961,790
84 SEI Design Group $8,830,000
85 Rossetti $8,136,610
86 Bostwick Design Partnership $7,800,000
87 Ashley McGraw Architects $7,640,038
88 Montroy Andersen DeMarco $7,600,000
89 Urbahn Architects $7,590,000
90 Marshall Craft Associates $7,157,162
91 FitzGerald Associates Architects $7,039,000
92 Howell Belanger Castelli Architects $6,463,346
93 4240 Architecture $6,125,912
94 BKSK Architects $6,075,199
95 BBGM $5,813,718
96 MEIS $5,800,000
97 Schrader Group Architecture $5,323,892
98 api(+) $5,200,000
99 Mascari Warner Architects $4,450,000
100 Inventure Design Group $4,492,247
101 MV+A Architects $4,440,985
102 JRS Architect $4,150,000
103 Architecture Design Collaborative $2,900,000
104 Large Architecture $2,790,036
105 Oculus $2,418,832
106 KGP Design Studio $2,089,000
107 ATA Beilharz Architects $1,696,515

* Editors' Estimate

 

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