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Top 110 Multifamily Architecture Firms

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Top 110 Multifamily Architecture Firms

Perkins Eastman, CallisonRTKL, and Solomon Cordwell Buenz top Building Design+Construction’s annual ranking of the nation’s largest multifamily building sector architecture and A/E firms, as reported in the 2016 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | August 4, 2016

The John Buck Company is the developer for 3Eleven, a 24-story, 245-unit apartment building. The site is the parking lot of Assumption Roman Catholic Church, in Chicago’s River North neighborhood. The land owner, the Order of Friars Servants of Mary, will get renovations to its priory out of the deal. The transit-oriented project will provide parking for 109 cars and 50 bicycles, plus 3,000 sf of ground-floor retail. FitzGerald Associates Architects is the designer. Photo courtesy Fitzgerald Associates Architects

TOP 110 MULTIFAMILY ARCHITECTURE FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Perkins Eastman $50,700,000
2 CallisonRTKL $40,466,000
3 Solomon Cordwell Buenz $38,438,935
4 Skidmore, Owings & Merrill $27,342,575
5 Niles Bolton Associates $27,300,000
6 NORR $24,325,290
7 Stantec $24,249,806
8 Robert A.M. Stern Architects $22,990,000
9 WDG $22,938,000
10 Harley Ellis Devereaux $18,300,000
11 Hord Coplan Macht $17,895,061
12 GGLO $16,850,000
13 HOK $16,106,000
14 Carrier Johnson + Culture $13,300,801
15 Dattner Architects $11,862,095
16 Weber Thompson $11,727,906
17 Perkins+Will $11,120,000
18 GFF $10,873,325
19 Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Assoc. $10,131,014
20 Mithun $9,994,000
21 Lord Aeck Sargent $9,941,025
22 FXFOWLE $8,962,259
23 HKS $8,844,830
24 Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners $8,623,712
25 Gensler $8,440,000
26 OZ Architecture $8,421,793
27 Cooper Carry $7,900,625
28 EDI International $7,441,895
29 Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio $6,817,208
30 Nadel $6,717,110
31 Page $6,500,000
32 FitzGerald Associates Architects $6,327,000
33 Architects Hawaii Ltd. $5,799,000
34 Eppstein Uhen Architects $5,782,685
35 SB Architects $5,591,249
36 Moody Nolan $5,320,000
37 Grimm + Parker Architects $5,310,982
38 Moseley Architects $4,868,448
39 Cambridge Seven Associates $4,585,000
40 ZGF Architects $4,559,845
41 BKSK Architects $3,441,488
42 Cuningham Group Architecture $3,373,585
43 Montroy Andersen DeMarco $3,300,000
44 Shepley Bulfinch $2,827,365
45 Morris Architects $2,784,000
46 STG Design $2,736,000
47 GreenbergFarrow $2,676,483
48 LS3P $2,330,985
49 Corgan $2,300,000
50 Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture $2,214,844
51 GBBN Architects $2,100,000
52 MBH Architects $2,085,000
53 Hnedak Bobo Group $2,061,132
54 Kirksey Architecture $2,027,474
55 VOA Associates $2,016,188
56 Environetics $2,016,165
57 Vocon $1,987,312
58 Lawrence Group $1,929,000
59 Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor $1,847,800
60 Rottet Studio $1,825,000
61 Westlake Reed Leskosky $1,817,695
62 Wold Architects and Engineers $1,800,000
63 Leo A Daly $1,693,804
64 DAG Architects $1,500,000
65 P+R Architects $1,500,000
66 Hoffmann Architects $1,359,121
67 Goettsch Partners $1,300,000
68 Architecture Design Collaborative $1,200,000
69 Studios Architecture $1,188,286
70 Diamond Schmitt Architects $1,188,000
71 Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood $1,114,902
72 SMMA | Symmes Maini & McKee Associates $1,101,425
73 Large Architecture $1,098,000
74 4240 Architecture $1,088,432
75 Davis Brody Bond $1,057,650
76 Becker Morgan Group $1,017,266
77 BLDD Architects $1,000,000
78 ACAI Associates $1,000,000
79 Zyscovich Architects $969,024
80 Clark Nexsen $883,198
81 MV+A Architects $865,993
82 LMN Architects $808,000
83 Beck Group, The $786,240
84 Urbahn Architects $725,000
85 Herschman Architects $703,000
86 CTA Architects Engineers $696,686
87 MG2 $654,968
88 Guernsey $647,911
89 JLG Architects $644,268
90 Baskervill $625,334
91 KSQ Design $548,089
92 HGA $493,000
93 Heery International $479,325
94 RNL Design $438,600
95 HMFH Architects $411,515
96 LK Architecture $350,000
97 Bergmann Associates $337,969
98 Nelson Worldwide Holdings $306,078
99 NAC Architecture $303,708
100 Epstein $300,100
101 Gresham, Smith and Partners $280,000
102 JRS Architect $275,000
103 FreemanWhite $205,548
104 Albert Kahn Associates $200,000
105 Marshall Craft Associates $174,525
106 Jonathan Nehmer + Associates $158,867
107 ATA Beilharz Architects $147,760
108 LPA $101,505
109 Inventure Design Group $100,477
110 Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon $100,000

 

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