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Top 100 Office Architecture Firms

Top 100 Office Architecture Firms

Gensler, HOK, and Perkins+Will top Building Design+Construction’s annual ranking of the nation’s largest office sector architecture and A/E firms, as reported in the 2016 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | August 12, 2016

Lenovo Campus Global Headquarters, Beijing, China. Lenovo Co. Ltd. (owner), CallisonRTKL (architect). Photo courtesy of CallisionRTKL.

TOP 100 OFFICE ARCHITECTURE FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Gensler $593,420,000
2 HOK $138,657,000
3 Perkins+Will $118,380,000
4 Stantec $94,328,923
5 Skidmore, Owings & Merrill $75,673,007
6 Nelson Worldwide Holdings $66,167,382
7 ZGF Architects $58,827,045
8 CallisonRTKL $54,320,000
9 HGA $50,310,000
10 SmithGroupJJR $47,013,000
11 Page $46,560,000
12 NBBJ $37,000,000
13 Corgan $36,850,000
14 HKS $36,602,100
15 Ted Moudis Associates $34,500,000
16 EYP $32,944,464
17 NORR $31,842,067
18 Studios Architecture $29,086,637
19 Ware Malcomb $26,464,681
20 TPG Architecture $26,460,000
21 RSP Architects $23,522,000
22 CannonDesign $23,000,000
23 Perkins Eastman $19,987,500
24 LPA $19,696,675
25 Vocon $19,220,706
26 Goettsch Partners $18,100,000
27 DLR Group $17,500,000
28 HDR $16,684,400
29 Cuningham Group Architecture $16,157,535
30 VOA Associates $15,576,183
31 Environetics $15,421,510
32 Kirksey Architecture $15,097,035
33 Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture $14,805,193
34 RNL Design $14,330,600
35 Little $14,327,700
36 Leo A Daly $14,152,883
37 Heery International $13,996,261
38 Cooper Carry $12,867,157
39 CTA Architects Engineers $11,500,029
40 Wright Heerema Architects $11,500,000
41 tvsdesign $11,270,000
42 Gresham, Smith and Partners $11,211,000
43 Robert A.M. Stern Architects $10,800,000
44 LS3P $10,672,369
45 Ballinger $9,517,483
46 Margulies Perruzzi Architects $9,201,104
47 SMMA | Symmes Maini & McKee Associates $8,526,130
48 Architects Hawaii Ltd. $7,837,000
49 Francis Cauffman $7,528,986
50 Harley Ellis Devereaux $7,400,000
51 Eppstein Uhen Architects $7,257,972
52 STG Design $6,840,000
53 GFF $6,625,934
54 Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio $5,843,319
55 OZ Architecture $5,760,726
56 Solomon Cordwell Buenz $5,649,472
57 Albert Kahn Associates $5,600,000
58 S/L/A/M Collaborative, The $5,315,000
59 WDG $5,051,000
60 Mithun $4,728,000
61 Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners $4,643,709
62 Rosser International $4,614,402
63 Hoffmann Architects $4,553,399
64 Guernsey $4,499,566
65 Westlake Reed Leskosky $4,351,537
66 Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Associates $4,252,129
67 Diamond Schmitt Architects $4,214,000
68 Epstein $4,140,300
69 Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood $3,934,284
70 Alliiance $3,780,000
71 JLG Architects $3,727,826
72 Clark Nexsen $3,653,370
73 Beck Group, The $3,537,225
74 Montroy Andersen DeMarco $3,500,000
75 HNTB Corporation $3,338,066
76 Baskervill $3,074,671
77 DGA $3,034,128
78 Davis Brody Bond $2,976,036
79 Inventure Design Group $2,955,263
80 FXFOWLE $2,803,424
81 RS&H $2,700,000
82 EwingCole $2,682,000
83 Rottet Studio $2,650,000
84 BWBR $2,606,237
85 Moody Nolan $2,500,000
86 Bergmann Associates $2,193,708
87 ai Design Group $2,145,881
88 Parkhill, Smith & Cooper $2,073,407
89 Emersion Design $1,941,234
90 LMN Architects $1,801,000
91 JRS Architect $1,800,000
92 Zyscovich Architects $1,723,347
93 Lawrence Group $1,637,000
94 GBBN Architects $1,600,000
95 DLA+ Architecture & Interior Design $1,523,754
96 TEG Architects $1,367,159
97 MG2 $1,262,898
98 Carrier Johnson + Culture $1,222,436
99 Large Architecture $1,153,081
100 BKSK Architects $1,103,904
101 Hnedak Bobo Group $1,095,629

 

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