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Top 100 University Construction Firms

Top 100 University Construction Firms

Turner Construction Co., The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co, and Skanska USA top Building Design+Construction’s annual ranking of the nation’s largest university sector construction and construction management firms, as reported in the 2016 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | August 9, 2016

Westcott Building Auditorium at Florida State University. Photo: Pixabay

TOP 100 UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Turner Construction Co. $1,124,325,847
2 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $772,402,993
3 Skanska USA $535,834,200
4 Messer Construction Co. $521,400,000
5 Barton Malow Co. $470,447,175
6 Gilbane Building Co. $429,741,000
7 McCarthy Holdings $357,875,128
8 Consigli Building Group $343,722,913
9 Clark Group $335,471,145
10 Hensel Phelps $305,040,000
11 Mortenson Construction $287,675,000
12 DPR Construction $283,636,000
13 PCL Construction Enterprises $260,840,186
14 Balfour Beatty US $253,794,230
15 Sundt Construction $221,378,852
16 Alberici-Flintco $221,112,982
17 Shawmut Design and Construction $206,000,000
18 Beck Group, The $195,268,395
19 Swinerton Inc. $191,000,000
20 Structure Tone $188,490,000
21 Power Construction Co. $183,000,000
22 JE Dunn Construction $175,176,226
23 Walbridge $153,100,000
24 C.W. Driver Companies $139,750,064
25 Hunter Roberts Construction Group $139,743,474
26 LPCiminelli $126,690,000
27 LeChase Construction $123,900,000
28 W.M. Jordan Company $115,968,924
29 Pepper Construction Group $115,355,000
30 BL Harbert International $113,629,647
31 Suffolk Construction Co. $112,281,398
32 AECOM $100,000,000
33 Hoar Construction $97,772,000
34 Hoffman Construction $96,993,245
35 McGough Construction $96,000,000
36 Holder Construction Co. $95,000,000
37 Boldt Company, The $94,171,875
38 Rodgers Builders $92,674,000
39 Walsh Group, The $91,276,125
40 Manhattan Construction Group $73,080,000
41 Linbeck Group $72,000,000
42 Choate Construction Co. $70,979,814
43 New South Construction Co. $68,144,000
44 KBE Building Corp. $67,411,701
45 Core Construction Group $67,279,842
46 Kitchell Corp. $63,966,043
47 Fortis Construction $63,461,104
48 Lendlease $59,111,000
49 Branch & Associates $53,014,049
50 Andersen Construction $52,600,000
51 Bette Companies, The $51,692,208
52 Bernards $46,000,000
53 Brasfield & Gorrie $43,925,876
54 Summit Contracting Group $43,000,000
55 Layton Construction Co. $40,200,000
56 Paric Corporation $38,000,000
57 Hill International $38,000,000
58 Hagerman Group, The $37,000,000
59 Bomel Construction Co. $36,300,000
60 W.E. O’Neil Construction Co. $33,103,751
61 Juneau Construction Co. $31,877,740
62 Haskell $30,719,521
63 Core States Group $30,544,145
64 WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff $29,019,000
65 Yates Companies, The $27,600,000
66 Hill & Wilkinson General Contractors $27,472,000
67 Doster Construction Co. $24,354,242
68 Robins & Morton $20,700,000
69 Haselden Construction $17,395,882
70 HITT Contracting $17,000,000
71 Weis Builders $16,136,000
72 IMC Construction $16,000,000
73 Cahill Contractors $15,000,000
74 Millie and Severson Inc. $14,952,066
75 Austin Industries $13,779,567
76 Ryan Companies US $12,564,144
77 Level 10 Construction $11,996,310
78 James G. Davis Construction Corp. $10,553,660
79 Cumming $10,270,000
80 Clune Construction Co. $9,082,074
81 Jordan Foster Construction $8,000,000
82 Webcor Builders $7,995,763
83 Coakley & Williams Construction $7,452,072
84 STV $6,589,551
85 JLL $5,716,692
86 Stalco Construction $4,100,000
87 Kraus-Anderson $4,000,000
88 dck worldwide $3,999,000
89 Batson-Cook Co. $3,313,209
90 James McHugh Construction Co. $3,070,978
91 Wendel $3,024,684
92 Donohoe Construction Co. $2,596,000
93 Leopardo Companies $2,549,667
94 Zak Companies $1,665,455
95 Jacobs $1,510,000
96 KCI Technologies $1,000,000
97 S. M. Wilson & Co. $740,515
98 Shook Construction Co. $569,727
99 S/L/A/M Collaborative, The $437,000
100 Brownstone Construction Group $273,927

 

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